Georgia State University student Gus Turyn has had several papers accepted for presentation at academic conferences. Turyn, of New York, NY, is a student in the Department of Philosophy in the College of Arts & Sciences.
One of Turyn's papers titled "Masks, Finks, and Gender Internalism" has been accepted for the 2021 Central meeting of the American Philosophical Association, as well as the 2020 University of Texas Austin Graduate Ethics and Normativity Talks (AGENT) conference.
Another paper, "The Need for Epistemic First-Person Authority," was accepted for presentation at the 2021 Pacific meeting of the American Philosophical Association and a 2020 Manchester Centre for Political Theory (MANCEPT) workshop on the topic of "What is gender and what do we want it to be?"
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