Neely makes conference presentations
Erica Neely, assistant professor of philosophy, made presentations at two international conferences during July, 2013.
On July 12, she presented “Virtuous Salads and Sinful Desserts: How the Rhetoric of Morality Taints Our Relationship to Food” at the North American Society for Social Philosophy’s 30th international social philosophy conference held at Quinnipiac University.
On July 17, she presented two papers at the International Association for Computing and Philosophy’s annual meeting in College Park, Md. The papers were titled "Intertwining Identities: Why There Is No Escaping Physical Identity in the Virtual World" and "Moor Food for Thought: 5 Key Issues in Computer Ethics." The invited papers were part of the 30th anniversary symposium on computer ethics.
Published: Tue, 07/30/2013 - 9:39am