1:00-5:00 Registration (Olin Library - Olin Room)
1:15-1:30 Dean Stephen H. Good, Welcome and Opening of Conference
[Note: Bibliographic references have been omitted from all online versions of conference papers; references are included in the versions of the papers printed in the Conference Proceedings.]
1:30-2:15 Dani Hathcock (Drury University): "Wittgenstein, Behaviorism, and Language Acquisition"
2:15-3:00 David Mangan (Drury University): "Police Brutality: The Use of Excessive Force"
3:15-4:00 Elizabeth Scott Valek (MacMurray College): "Dialogue Toward a Universal Foundation for Ethics"
4:00-4:45 Albert F. Harris III (Rockhurst University): "Wittgenstein: Caught between Pragmatism and Realism"
5:00-6:00 Reception - President's House
6:30-7:30 Banquet - Faculty Dining Room (Findlay Student Center)
7:30-8:30 Keynote Address - Prof. David Murphy (Truman State University): "How, Why, and Teleosemantics"
Evening "Explore Springfield" (maps to be provided)
Saturday, 1 April 2000
Undergraduate Conference (continued)
8:30-9:00 Breakfast (Coffee/donuts/fruit) (Olin Library - Olin Room)
9:00-9:45 Matthew S. Pinix (Southwest Missouri State University): "The Role of Piety in Modern Ethics"
9:45-10:30 Roger Whitson (Drury University): "Deception in Derrida's Platonic Labyrinth: The Awareness of Ignorance and its Ineffable Implications"
1:00-1:45 Dr. Linda Trinh Moser (Southwest Missouri State University): "Finding Truth When Teaching Fiction: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Winnifred Eaton's Me: A Book of Remembrance"
1:45-2:30 Dr. E. Claire Jerry (MacMurray College): "An Interdisciplinary Curriculum in Practice: Integration and Interaction"
2:45-3:30 Summary Discussion: Lessons Gleaned (All conference participants)
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