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Analytic/Continental What? Dissolving the Philosophical Divide @ CUNY Grad Center
Analytic/Continental What? Dissolving the Philosophical Divide @ CUNY Grad Center
Apr 2 all-day
The 23rd Annual CUNY Graduate Student Philosophy Conference invites graduate students to submit their work engaging with philosophical topics and traditions that consider or bridge the analytic/continental divide. The analytic/continental division typically assumes contrasting notions of what philosophy β€˜is’ and what it ought to be. The divide also describes the varying methodologies employed when we practice philosophy. Whether it refers to meta-philosophical commitments or strategies used, the divide can do exactly that – divide. When[...]
1st Annual NYU Philosophical Bioethics Workshop @ Center for Bioethics, NYU
1st Annual NYU Philosophical Bioethics Workshop @ Center for Bioethics, NYU
Apr 3 all-day
The NYU Center for Bioethics is pleased to welcome submissions of abstracts for its 1st Annual Philosophical Bioethics Workshop, to be held at NYU on Friday, April 3, 2020. We are seeking to showcase new work in philosophical bioethics, including (but not limited to) neuroethics, environmental ethics, animal ethics, reproductive ethics, research ethics, ethics of AI, data ethics, and clinical ethics. Our distinguished keynote speaker will be Frances Kamm. There will be four additional slots[...]
Rutgers-Columbia Undergraduate Philosophy Conference @ Rutgers Philosophy Dept
Rutgers-Columbia Undergraduate Philosophy Conference @ Rutgers Philosophy Dept
Apr 4 all-day
Call for papers: All papers in English on philosophical topics are invited. Papers should between 3,000-5,000 words, include an abstract, and contain no identifying information. Please submit papers by January 20th, 2019 to theundergraduateconference@gmail.com. Include name, institution, and title of paper in body of email. Papers should feature significant original scholarship beyond literature review or exegesis of another author’s argument.
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