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Melvin A. Davila Martinez

Sophomore, Utah Valley University

Areas of research interest: Epistemology, metaontology, philosophy of language, meta-ethics, general philosophy of science, philosophy of race, social and political philosophy


Presentations

  1. “Dissolving Harrop’s Semantic Paradox Concerning Moral Error Theory,” National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Memphis, TN (April 2017)
  2. “Dissolving Harrop’s Semantic Paradox Concerning Moral Error Theory” (Invited), Annual Conference of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Orem, UT (April 2017)
  3. “Medicating the End of Life: The Complications of End-of-Life Care, Euthanasia, and Individual Will” (Panel), Contours of Knowledge: An Interdisciplinary Studies Conference, Orem, UT (March 2017)
  4. “Dissolving Harrop’s Semantic Paradox Concerning Moral Error Theory,” Southern Utah University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, Cedar City, UT (February 2017)
  5. “Dissolving Harrop’s Semantic Paradox Concerning Moral Error Theory,” Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research, Orem, UT (February 2017)

Miscellaneous

Student Volunteer, 56th Annual SPEP (Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy) Conference, Salt Lake City, UT (October 2016)


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