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1 Contact Utah Valley University 800 West University Pkwy, MS-173 Orem, UT Home phone: (419) Web: Academic Positions Assistant Professor of Philosophy (tenure-track), Utah Valley University Department of Philosophy and Humanities (2012 ) Fellow, Templeton Dissertation Fellowship in Early Modern Philosophy Center for Philosophy of Religion, University of Notre Dame ( ) Education Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2012) M.A. Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2007) B.A. (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) Philosophy and History, Bowling Green State University (2004) Areas of Expertise Specialization: Early Modern Philosophy Competence: Metaphysics, Epistemology, Ethical Theory Dissertation Cartesian Modality: Possibility and Essence in Descartes and Arnauld Chair: Steven Nadler; Committee members: Alan Sidelle, Peter Vranas Articles Stencil, Eric and Julie Walsh Arnauld, Power, and the Fallibility of Infallible Determination. History of Philosophy Quarterly, 33: Stencil, Eric Essence and Possibility in the Leibniz-Arnauld Correspondence. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 97: Walsh, Julie and Eric Stencil Malebranche on the Metaphysics and Epistemology of Particular Volitions. Journal of the History of Philosophy 54:

2 Stencil, Eric Antoine Arnauld. In Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, eds. J. Fieser and B. Dowden [ Stencil, Eric Malebranche and the General Will of God. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 19: Articles in Preparation Malebranche on Occasionalism (For Oxford Handbook of Malebranche, ed. Sean Greenberg) Arnauld, Epistemic Caution, and the Eternal Truths (under review) Book Reviews Noa Naaman-Zauderer, Descartes Deontological Turn: Reason, Will, and Virtue in the Later Writings In Journal of the History of Philosophy, 49 (2011): Walter Ott, Causation and Laws of Nature in Early Modern Philosophy In Journal of the History of Philosophy, 48 (2010): Honors and Awards Research Office of Engaged Learning, Utah Valley University Presidential Fellowship for Faculty Scholarship, $8,000 ( ) Center for Philosophy of Religion, University of Notre Dame Templeton Dissertation Fellowship in Early Modern Philosophy ( ) American Philosophical Association Central Division Graduate Student Travel Award, $500 (2010) University of Wisconsin Madison, Vilas Travel Grant Award given by Graduate School to fund graduate student travel and research (2009) University of Wisconsin Madison Department of Philosophy Singer Graduate Student Summer Philosophy department summer fellowship given to select dissertators (2008) University of Wisconsin Madison Department of Philosophy H. Donald Oliver Prize Annual award for the best paper by a graduate student (2006) 2

3 Teaching ERIC STENCIL Grant for Engaged Learning, Office of Engaged Learning, Utah Valley University Engaged and Inclusive Philosophy Teaching, $1,000 (2015) Honored Instructor Award, Chadbourne Residential College Student-nominated award from a residential learning community (Spring 2010, Spring 2009) Professional Presentations Conference Presentations Malebranche on Occasionalism. Malebranche Workshop: Creation, Perception, Knowledge, Harvard University/Wellesley College; June Arnauld on Divine Simplicity and God's Practical Rationality. American Philosophical Association (Central); March Elisabeth of Bohemia on the Problem of Interaction and the Nature of the Soul. Central States Philosophical Association, University of Kentucky; November Elisabeth of Bohemia on the Problem of Interaction and the Nature of the Soul. Mountain-Plains Philosophy Conference, University of Missouri, Kansas City; October The Protestant and the Pelagian: Arnauld and Malebranche on Grace. (with Julie Walsh). New York City Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy, Fordham University; March Descartes, Elizabeth, and the Mind-Body Union. Intermountain West Philosophy Conference, Utah State University; November Descartes on the Mind-Body Union and the Nature of the Passions. Intermountain West Philosophy Conference, Utah Valley University; November Descartes on the Mind-Body Union and the Nature of the Passions. Indiana Philosophical Association, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis; October Arnauld and the Doctrine of the Creation of the Eternal Truths: ( ). Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Dalhousie University; July Arnauld and the Doctrine of the Creation of the Eternal Truths: ( ). South Central Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Texas A&M; November Descartes Argument for the Creation Doctrine. Joint Meeting of the Illinois and the Indiana Philosophical Associations, Eastern Illinois University; November Arnauld s Occasionalism. American Philosophical Association (Central); February

4 Arnauld s Occasionalism. Illinois Philosophical Association, University of Illinois; October Arnauld s Actualism. Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Dalhousie University; August Arnauld s Actualism. Midwest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, University of Chicago; May Arnauld s Actualism. Midsouth Philosophy Conference, University of Memphis; April Descartes Incompatibility Statement. Iowa Philosophical Society Meeting, Coe College; October Invited Talks Descartes Infinite God. Eastern Michigan University s Undergraduate Conference in Philosophy, Eastern Michigan University; March [Keynote Address] Possibility and Essence in the Leibniz-Arnauld Correspondence. University of Utah; March Descartes and the Mind-Body Union. Beloit College; September Commentaries L. Newman s How Well do Cartesian Minds Know Themselves. American Philosophical Association (Pacific); April M. Simpson's Reason and Literary Form in Descartes's Meditations: The Case of the Cartesian Circle. American Philosophical Association (Central); February P. Connolly s Thinking Matter in Locke s Proof of God s Existence. American Philosophical Association (Eastern); December S. McCulley s Davidson s Semantical Primitives and Why They Cannot Work. Midsouth Philosophy Conference, University of Memphis; April Teaching Utah Valley University Introduction to Philosophy Logical Thinking and Philosophical Writhing Ethics and Values Ethics and Values, Special Topics: Food and Animal Ethics Modern Legacies (Honors Program): God, Self and Science and the Rise of Modern Philosophy Early Modern Philosophy Metaphysics Descartes Seminar Spinoza and Kant: Freedom and Nature God and Evil (cross-listed in Philosophy and Religious Studies) 4

5 University of Wisconsin-Madison Introduction to Philosophy Reason in Communication Contemporary Moral Issues Madison College Introduction to Philosophy Logic and Critical Thinking University of Wisconsin-Madison (Teaching Assistant, with weekly discussion sections) Introduction to Philosophy: (Lawrence Shapiro; Deborah Mower) Reason in Communication: (Ellery Eells) Introduction to Ethics: (Russ Shafer-Landau) Philosophy of Art: (Jim Anderson) History of Ancient Philosophy: (Paula Gottlieb) History of Modern Philosophy: (Dennis Stampe; Martha Gibson; Keith Yandell) Philosophy of Religion: (Keith Yandell) Service to the Profession Dissertation Committee Member Anna Vaughn, Making Sense of the Molyneux Problem: A Defense of Locke University of Utah (2016) Manuscript Review Oxford University Press; History of Philosophy Quarterly; Southern Journal of Philosophy; Res Philosophica; Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy/The Encyclopedia of Logic; Journal of Applied Logic; Philo: A Journal of Philosophy; International Journal of the Platonic Tradition Conference Organizer University of Wisconsin Madison Philosophy Graduate Colloquia Conference II (2009) Inaugural University of Wisconsin Madison Philosophy Graduate Colloquia Conference (2008; coorganized with John Koolage) 5

6 Service to Department and University Utah Valley University University Service General Education Committee Scholarly and Creative Activities Council Plenary Speaker, Judge, Utah High School Ethics Bowl (January 10, 2016) College Service [College of Humanities and Social Sciences] Faculty Excellence Committee Department Service Textbook review committee Major/minor recruitment officer Recruitment, Retention, and Climate Committee (Chair) Student Evaluation Revision Committee (Chair) Graduate School Placement Committee (Chair) Committee for Curricular Advancement Philosophy Club Presenter, (Spring 2014, Fall 2013, Summer 2012) Languages French and Latin (reading knowledge) 6

7 REFERENCES ERIC STENCIL Steven Nadler William Hay II Professor of Philosophy University of Wisconsin 5185 Helen C. White 600 N. Park St. Madison, WI (608) Tad Schmaltz Professor of Philosophy & James B. and Grace J. Nelson Fellow University of Michigan 2231 Angell Hall 435 South State Street Ann Arbor, Michigan (734) Samuel Newlands William J. and Dorothy K. O Neil Collegiate Associate Professor of Philosophy University of Notre Dame 100 Malloy Hall Notre Dame, IN (574) Marcy Lascano Associate Professor of Philosophy California State University, Long Beach McIntosh Humanities Building Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, CA (562) Julie Walsh Assistant Professor of Philosophy Wellesley College Founders Hall Central Street Wellesley, MA

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