NYC Area Philosophy Calendar

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Logic and Metaphysics Workshop 4:15 pm
Logic and Metaphysics Workshop @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 3212
May 1 @ 4:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Happy New Year! The L&M Workshop will be running again this semester as usual. Mondays 4.15-6.15, CUNY GC. Room still to be fixed. The program as it currently stands is as follows. Details of each meeting will be announced in due course. Note that we will be starting on Feb 27, and May 8 is still to be fixed.  Hope to see you at some of the meetings.  Graham Feb 27 McCarty UI Bloomington Mar 6 Kivatinos GC Mar 13 Picollo Munich Mar 20 Scambler NYU Mar 27 Schindler Cambridge Apr 3 Weiss GC Apr 10 Spring Recess Apr 17 Spring Recess Apr 24 Ciuni Amsterdam May 1 Malozzi GC …

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Philosophy of Language Workshop 7:00 pm
Philosophy of Language Workshop @ NYU Philosophy Dept. rm 302
May 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
January 30 Daniel Harris (Hunter College, CUNY) February 6 Lucas Champollion (NYU) February 13 Ben Holguín (NYU) February 20 No Workshop February 27 Sophia Dandelet (Berkeley) March 6 Ginger Schultheis (MIT) March 13 No Workshop March 20 Julia Zakkou (Hamburg) March 27 Paolo Bonardi (Geneva) April 3 David Plunkett (Dartmouth) April 10 Kate Ritchie (City College, CUNY) April 17 Una Stojnic (NYU/Columbia) April 24 Elmar Unnsteinsson (UC Dublin/Iceland) May 1 David Boylan (MIT) May 8 Karen Lewis (Barnard/Columbia)
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Moral Sense Colloquium
Moral Sense Colloquium @ St. Francis College
May 2 all-day
Keynote Speaker: Robert Trivers, Ph.D. 8:00am-8:45am – Continental Breakfast and Registration, Callahan Center. 9:00am-9:15am – Welcome, Gregory F. Tague, Ph.D., Founders Hall. 9:15am -11:00am – Panel One, Founders Hall. Chair, Alison Dell, Ph.D.: D. PAL. “Of Sympathy.” K. NOLAN. “When and Why Did Our Feelings about Whales Change?” T. DUGAN. “The Masks Among Us: Fear and Masquerade in Transnational Settings.” J. FREEMAN. “Teleological Concepts in Evolutionary Theory Applied to Moral Sense.” S. HOQUE: Student Respondent 11:00am-11:15am – Coffee break, Callahan Center. 11:15am-12:15pm – Plenary Session, Founders Hall, David Lahti, Ph.D. “Celebrating 45 Years of Giving Professional Moralists the Heebie-Jeebies.” 12:15pm-1:15pm – Lunch, Callahan Center. 1:30pm-2:30pm – Keynote Speaker, Founders Hall, …

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Alyssa Ney (UC Davis) 4:10 pm
Alyssa Ney (UC Davis) @ Columbia U.
May 2 @ 4:10 pm – 6:00 pm
Alyssa Ney (UC Davis). Title TBA. 4:30-6:30 PM Tuesday May 2 at Columbia. 
The Power of Dao: A Timeless Guide to Happiness and Harmony 6:00 pm
The Power of Dao: A Timeless Guide to Happiness and Harmony @ Cornelia Street Cafe
May 2 @ 6:00 pm
Dao — often translated as “the Way” — is China’s original and invaluable contribution to philosophy. Ineffable yet inexhaustible, Dao is metaphysically profound, empirically sound, and aesthetically renowned. From quantum physics to modern medicine, from fractal geometry to martial arts, from family relations to warring states, Dao’s insights are pervasive and effective. Daoism’s practices rank with those of Buddhism and Stoicism in cultivating peoples’ “best selves.” Dao conduces to individual serenity, social harmony, and political unity. This talk will be based on Lou Marinoff’s book “The Power of Dao,” using its case studies to illustrate some foundational ideas and their applications. Lou Marinoff is Professor of Philosophy and Asian Studies …

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CUNY Colloquium 4:15 pm
CUNY Colloquium @ CUNY, rm 9204/5
May 3 @ 4:15 pm
Each colloquium will be held on Wednesday at 4:15 P.M in GC rooms 9204/9205, except as otherwise noted. February 8th Andrei Marmor (Cornell) “Two Rights of Free Speech” February 15th: No Colloquium (CUNY Monday Schedule) February 22nd Justin Garson (CUNY Hunter College) “What Biological Functions Are and Why They Matter” March 1st • Marx Wartofsky Memorial Panel Carol Gould, Moderator (CUNY Hunter College | Graduate Center) Gregg Horowitz (Pratt) — “Art and Cognitive Praxis” Michael Howard (UMaine) — “Labor, Power, and Social Practice” Philip Kitcher (Columbia) — “Historical Epistemology” Sheldon Krimsky (Tufts) — “Bioethical Dilemmas” March 8th Desmond Hogan (Princeton) “Dogmatism and Criticism in Kant’s Antinomy of Pure Reason” March 15th Elise …

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Marx, Art, Politics, Contemporary Reflections
Marx, Art, Politics, Contemporary Reflections @ Wolff Conference Room, D1103
May 4 – May 5 all-day
Thursday, May 4, 6:00-8:00 PM 6 E 16th Street,11 Floor,Wolff Conference Room,D1103 Rocio Zambrana (Oregon) “Notes for a Decolonial Critical Theory: Two Uses of Marx” Friday, May 5th 80 5 Avenue Room 529 10:00-11:15 AM Jaleh Mansoor (UBC) “Color,Paint,Labor:Concrete Abstraction In Contemporary Painting” 11:45-1:00 PM Clara Mattei (NSSR) “Marx’s Approach to Economics: A Claim For Subjective Praxis” 2:00-3:45 PM Jay Bernstein (NSSR) “Late Style,First Art: The Fates And Politics Of Modernism” 3:30-4:45 PM Lisabeth During (PRATT) “Forgetting The Factory: Work on Film”
POProcks: Philosophy of Psychology Workshop 11:00 am
POProcks: Philosophy of Psychology Workshop @ CUNY Grad Center, Thesis rm
May 4 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
This semester, Poprocks will be on Thursdays, 11-1, in the Thesis Room in the CUNY Graduate Center (365 5th Avenue). We will circulate drafts of the papers we are going to be discussing around a week in advance of each meeting. Here is a tentative schedule – though some dates later in the semester will be subject to change: February 9th – Jake Quilty-Dunn (CUNY) – “Attention and Encapsulation” February 23rd – Ryan Ogilvie (UMD) March 9th – Jorge Morales (Columbia) – “Introspection and Mental Strength” March 23rd – Julia Kolak (CUNY) April 20th – Henry Shevlin (CUNY) April 27th – David Barack (Columbia) May 4th – Joseph Bendaña (CUNY) …

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Philosophy and Education Colloquium Series 5:30 pm
Philosophy and Education Colloquium Series @ Grace Dodge Hall 179
May 4 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
The Colloquium in Philosophy and Education (A&HF 5600) is intended for all masters and doctoral students in the program in Philosophy and Education. Others who are interested in attending a session should contact the coordinator, Professor Megan Laverty. January 26 Chu Hsi’s Ethics of Reading: for the Recovery of Humanistic Pedagogies of Learning Duck-Joo Kwak, Professor, Department of Education, Seoul National University, South Korea & Wsiting Scholar, Philosophy Department, CU February 9 A Quest for Freedom In Colonial limes: Sor Juana lnes de la Cruz on Liberty Virginia Aspe, Researcher, Philosophy Faculty, Panamericana University, Mexico February 16 The Dignity of Difference: Toward a Metaphysical Justification of Care for the Other …

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Rutgers Epistemology Conference
Rutgers Epistemology Conference @ Hyatt New Brunswick, rooms TBA
May 5 – May 6 all-day
Papers are to be read in advance. All sessions will be held in the Hyatt in New Brunswick, NJ. There is no registration fee for the conference, but please notify Megan Feeney, the conference manager, if you plan to attend by sending an email to rutgersepistemologyconference@gmail.com. If you wish to participate in the meals, please send a check of $70 made out to “Rutgers University” to Megan Feeney by May 1st (Megan Feeney; Rutgers Epistemology Conference; 106 Somerset St, 5th Floor; New Brunswick, NJ 08901). Friday, May 5, 2017 1:30 – 3:15     Juan Comesaña (University of Arizona) Coffee Break 3:45 – 5:30     Roger White (MIT) Dinner 7:30 – 9:15 …

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“Physics and Fundamentality” Alyssa Ney (UC Davies) 10:00 am
“Physics and Fundamentality” Alyssa Ney (UC Davies) @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 5307
May 5 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
What justifies the allocation of funding to research in physics when many would argue research in the life and social sciences may have more immediate impact in transforming our world for the better? Many of the justifications for such spending depend on the claim that physics enjoys a kind of special status vis-a-vis the other sciences, that physics or at least some branches of physics exhibit a form of fundamentality. The goal of this talk is to articulate a conception of fundamentality that can support such justifications. I argue that traditional conceptions of fundamentality in terms of dynamical or ontic completeness rest on mistaken assumptions about the nature and scope …

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Cognitive Science Speaker Series 1:00 pm
Cognitive Science Speaker Series @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 7102
May 5 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Spring 2017, Fridays, 1-3 pm                          Room 7102, CUNY Graduate Center   February 17:  Frédérique de Vignemont Philosophy, Columbia University and Institut Jean Nicod, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) “Bodily Awareness:  Feeling or Knowing?”   February 24:  Sarah Allred Psychology, Rutgers University “How Memory and Perception Interact to Guide Behavior”   March 3:  William G. Lycan Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill “In What Sense Is Desire a Propositional Attitude?”   March 10:  Benjamin Young Philosophy, University of Nevada, Reno “The BioPhilosophy of Smell”   March 17:  Georges Rey Philosophy, University of Maryland, College Park …

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Warren Frisina (Hofstra University) 5:30 pm
Warren Frisina (Hofstra University) @ Room 101
May 5 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
With responses from: BONGRAE SEOK (Alvernia University) “Forming One Body with All Things: Organicism and the Pursuit of an Embodied Theory of Mind” This paper uses the Neo-Confucian slogan that we should strive to “form one body with all things” as a starting point for asking whether the organismic metaphors so central to Neo-Confucian thought might be compatible with and of service to contemporary thinkers in cognitive science and philosophy of mind who believe that an embodied theory of mind is the appropriate goal for our time.  My hypothesis is that the recent pursuit of embodied descriptions of minds and mental activity sometimes appear paradoxical unless set within a broader organismic framework. Thus, …

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Logic and Metaphysics Workshop 4:15 pm
Logic and Metaphysics Workshop @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 3212
May 8 @ 4:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Happy New Year! The L&M Workshop will be running again this semester as usual. Mondays 4.15-6.15, CUNY GC. Room still to be fixed. The program as it currently stands is as follows. Details of each meeting will be announced in due course. Note that we will be starting on Feb 27, and May 8 is still to be fixed.  Hope to see you at some of the meetings.  Graham Feb 27 McCarty UI Bloomington Mar 6 Kivatinos GC Mar 13 Picollo Munich Mar 20 Scambler NYU Mar 27 Schindler Cambridge Apr 3 Weiss GC Apr 10 Spring Recess Apr 17 Spring Recess Apr 24 Ciuni Amsterdam May 1 Malozzi GC …

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Philosophy of Language Workshop 7:00 pm
Philosophy of Language Workshop @ NYU Philosophy Dept. rm 302
May 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
January 30 Daniel Harris (Hunter College, CUNY) February 6 Lucas Champollion (NYU) February 13 Ben Holguín (NYU) February 20 No Workshop February 27 Sophia Dandelet (Berkeley) March 6 Ginger Schultheis (MIT) March 13 No Workshop March 20 Julia Zakkou (Hamburg) March 27 Paolo Bonardi (Geneva) April 3 David Plunkett (Dartmouth) April 10 Kate Ritchie (City College, CUNY) April 17 Una Stojnic (NYU/Columbia) April 24 Elmar Unnsteinsson (UC Dublin/Iceland) May 1 David Boylan (MIT) May 8 Karen Lewis (Barnard/Columbia)
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Social & Political Philosophy Working Group 4:15 pm
Social & Political Philosophy Working Group @ CUNY Grad Center
May 9 @ 4:15 pm – 5:45 pm
Tuesday, March 14, 11:45-1:15pm Location: The Graduate Center, CUNY Room TBD Success and Stereotype: The Underrepresentation of Women in Academic Philosophy Rebecca Traynor, The Graduate Center, CUNY From Coordination to Cooperation: Switching to Team Reasoning Jules Salomone, The Graduate Center, CUNY Tuesday, April 4, 4:15-5:45pm Location: The Graduate Center, CUNY Room TBD The Dialectic of the Individual and the Collective: an Ecological Imperative. Nancy Holmstrom, Professor Emeritus, Rutgers Tuesday, May 9, 4:15-5:45pm Location: The Graduate Center, CUNY Room TBD Emotion, Fittingness, and Epistemic and Testimonial Injustice Kathryn Pendoley, The Graduate Center, CUNY Taxonomy of Environmental Responsibility Manuel Rodeiro, The Graduate Center, CUNY
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Indeterminacy of content: the really hard problem about animal intentionality – Hans-Johann Glock 12:30 pm
Indeterminacy of content: the really hard problem about animal intentionality – Hans-Johann Glock @ NYU Philosophy Dept. rm 202
May 10 @ 12:30 pm
Indeterminacy of content: the really hard problem about animal intentionality Brown Bag Talk Hans-Johann Glock, University of Zurich Wednesday, May 10, 12:30 p.m. 5 Washington Place, Seminar Room 202
CUNY Colloquium 4:15 pm
CUNY Colloquium @ CUNY, rm 9204/5
May 10 @ 4:15 pm
Each colloquium will be held on Wednesday at 4:15 P.M in GC rooms 9204/9205, except as otherwise noted. February 8th Andrei Marmor (Cornell) “Two Rights of Free Speech” February 15th: No Colloquium (CUNY Monday Schedule) February 22nd Justin Garson (CUNY Hunter College) “What Biological Functions Are and Why They Matter” March 1st • Marx Wartofsky Memorial Panel Carol Gould, Moderator (CUNY Hunter College | Graduate Center) Gregg Horowitz (Pratt) — “Art and Cognitive Praxis” Michael Howard (UMaine) — “Labor, Power, and Social Practice” Philip Kitcher (Columbia) — “Historical Epistemology” Sheldon Krimsky (Tufts) — “Bioethical Dilemmas” March 8th Desmond Hogan (Princeton) “Dogmatism and Criticism in Kant’s Antinomy of Pure Reason” March 15th Elise …

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Out of Our Electoral Darkness: Introducing Lottocracy – Alex Guerrero (Rutgers University) 7:15 pm
Out of Our Electoral Darkness: Introducing Lottocracy – Alex Guerrero (Rutgers University) @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 9206
May 10 @ 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm
As Aristotle (roughly) put it: if you want oligarchy, have elections; if you want democracy, use lotteries.  In this talk, philosopher Alex Guerrero brings this idea into the 21st century, arguing that 6 deep pathologies of electoral representative democracy prevent us from having real democracy, that is from having the State work for all of us, rather than just the most powerful of us.  He maintains that these problems with electoral representative democracy run deep, so that even politically unlikely reforms with respect to campaign finance, lobbying, gerrymandering, and so on, would not be enough to make a significant improvement.  In our most recent presidential election, both Sanders supporters and …

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POProcks: Philosophy of Psychology Workshop 11:00 am
POProcks: Philosophy of Psychology Workshop @ CUNY Grad Center, Thesis rm
May 11 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
This semester, Poprocks will be on Thursdays, 11-1, in the Thesis Room in the CUNY Graduate Center (365 5th Avenue). We will circulate drafts of the papers we are going to be discussing around a week in advance of each meeting. Here is a tentative schedule – though some dates later in the semester will be subject to change: February 9th – Jake Quilty-Dunn (CUNY) – “Attention and Encapsulation” February 23rd – Ryan Ogilvie (UMD) March 9th – Jorge Morales (Columbia) – “Introspection and Mental Strength” March 23rd – Julia Kolak (CUNY) April 20th – Henry Shevlin (CUNY) April 27th – David Barack (Columbia) May 4th – Joseph Bendaña (CUNY) …

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7th Annual NYC Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy
7th Annual NYC Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy @ Fordham Philosophy Dept.
May 13 – May 14 all-day
CALL FOR PAPERS 7th Annual New York City Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus 12th Floor Lounge May 13-14, 2017 Keynote Speakers: François Duchesneau (Université de Montréal) Christia Mercer (Columbia) Anja Jauernig (NYU) The workshop aims to foster exchange and collaboration among scholars, students, and anyone with an interest in Early Modern Philosophy. We welcome presentations of papers on any topic in early modern philosophy (roughly covering the period 1600-1800). Please submit abstracts of 250-300 words to newyorkcityearlymodern@gmail.com no later than January 15, 2017. Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus is located on the western side of Manhattan at 60th Street and Columbus Avenue, about two blocks from Columbus Circle at the southwest corner of Central Park. …

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Between Philosophy and Rhetoric: NYU Spring Workshop in Ancient Philosophy
Between Philosophy and Rhetoric: NYU Spring Workshop in Ancient Philosophy @ Depts. of Philosophy & Classics
May 13 – May 14 all-day
Even though ancient philosophy and rhetoric have many overlapping interests (education, persuasion, politics, etc.), their relationship has long been a contentious subject, especially among ancient philosophers. Contemporary scholarship on the topic is equally divided: philosophers tend to approach the topic primarily through the works of Plato and Aristotle and regard rhetoric (and rhetorical compositions) as a second-rate notion/discipline which has little interest in shedding light on philosophically relevant questions about human nature and society, whereas classicists research oratorical compositions to get a better understanding of Greek prose style, historical details and context, but often shy away from philosophical questions that the texts might hint at. This workshop aims to bring …

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Logic and Metaphysics Workshop 4:15 pm
Logic and Metaphysics Workshop @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 3212
May 15 @ 4:15 pm – 6:15 pm
Happy New Year! The L&M Workshop will be running again this semester as usual. Mondays 4.15-6.15, CUNY GC. Room still to be fixed. The program as it currently stands is as follows. Details of each meeting will be announced in due course. Note that we will be starting on Feb 27, and May 8 is still to be fixed.  Hope to see you at some of the meetings.  Graham Feb 27 McCarty UI Bloomington Mar 6 Kivatinos GC Mar 13 Picollo Munich Mar 20 Scambler NYU Mar 27 Schindler Cambridge Apr 3 Weiss GC Apr 10 Spring Recess Apr 17 Spring Recess Apr 24 Ciuni Amsterdam May 1 Malozzi GC …

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Ask a Philosopher
Ask a Philosopher @ Union Square Greenmarket
May 17 all-day
Brooklyn Public Philosophers upcoming events: 4/8 – Ask a Philosopher @ the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket // 9:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. 4/27 – Christia Mercer on women in the history of philosophy @ the Dweck Center // 7:00 P.M. 4/30 – Ask a Philosopher @ the Jackson Heights Greenmarket // 9:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. 5/17 – Ask a Philosopher @ the Union Square Greenmarket // 12:00 P.M.-6:00 P.M. 5/18 – Chris Lebron on James Baldwin and democratic love @ the Dweck Center // 7:00 P.M.
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The philosophy of Black Lives Matter 7:00 pm
The philosophy of Black Lives Matter @ Brooklyn Central Library, Dweck Center
May 18 @ 7:00 pm
5/18 – Chris Lebron on the philosophy of Black Lives Matter @ the Dweck Center // 7:00 P.M.
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Metaphysics in higher-order languages Workshop
Metaphysics in higher-order languages Workshop @ NYU Philosophy Dept. rm 202
May 19 – May 20 all-day
Call for Papers: NYIP Workshop on “Higher Order Metaphysics” Submissions are invited for presentation at a forthcoming New York Institute of Philosophy workshop on “higher order metaphysics”, concerned with questions of metaphysics which can be posed in higher order languages. Higher order languages allow for variables having different syntactic categories — for example, variables that are predicates, and variables that are formulae (open sentence) — and for quantifiers that can bind such variables. Sentences of such languages are sometimes treated as shorthand for sentences about abstract objects, such as propositions and properties. The workshop will explore views which reject such equivalences, or at least, take sentences of higher order languages …

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The Cost of Freedom: Debt and Slavery
The Cost of Freedom: Debt and Slavery @ Brooklyn College
May 19 – May 20 all-day
The aim of this conference is to bring scholars from numerous disciplines into conversation across the historical timeline. Just as freedom and liberty are slippery concepts, so are ideas of debt, value, and payment. But rather than simply viewing these terms as rhetorical devices that make freedom seem worthwhile, we deploy debt, value,and payment as analytical tools for understanding how freedom works – while also keeping in mind that these are concepts that themselves demand investigation. These ideas unite the discourses of freedom and liberty, from ethical and economic discourses, which describe freedom as either physical labor or a mental activity, as well as the language of religion and science. …

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Radical Consciousness and Epistemic Privilege – Karen Jones 6:30 pm
Radical Consciousness and Epistemic Privilege – Karen Jones @ CUNY Grad Center, rm 5414
May 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
May 23, Karen Jones (U. Melbourne), “Radical Consciousness and Epistemic Privilege.”  6:30-8:00pm, CUNY Graduate Center 5414.
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ICNAP IX: Phenomenology and Mindfulness
ICNAP IX: Phenomenology and Mindfulness @ Krame Center, Ramapo College
May 25 – May 28 all-day
The Interdisciplinary Coalition of North American Phenomenologists (ICNAP) invites abstracts/paper summaries to be submitted for inclusion in our 9th annual  meeting at Ramapo College of New Jersey May 25-28, 2017.  The event is also hosted by Krame Center for Comtemplative Studies and Midful Living at Ramapo College (http://www.ramapo.edu/kramecenter/). ICNAP is committed to cultivating connections between teachers,students and researchers in phenomenology across the disciplines. Founded in 2008 by colleagues from Architecture, Communicology, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology, ICNAP has had its annual conferences enriched by the contributions of colleagues from Education, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Literature, Musicology, Nursing and Health Care, Social Work and Psychiatry. Fruitful research from other fields as well continues to expand our horizons. …

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A listing of the (usually) free philosophy events, lectures and conferences in the New York City area. Support the calendar by leaving a tip, buying a t-shirt/ coffee mug/ sticker design as seen on the sidebar to the right, or buying me a beer if you are in NYC.

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There are more talks, especially on specific topics, some of which I choose not to add and others that I’ve just missed.  See the links to philosophy groups and departments below.

N.B. Most information has been taken from webpages and is provided as is, with no guarantees as to its accuracy or the quality of the philosophy.

I take no credit for this great idea. See the Boston Area Philosophy Calendar and mailing list. If you have a correction, addition or question, or want to buy me beer, please send me an email at noah /at/ noahgreenstein \dot\ com. Tweet at the calendar @nycaphical.


Specific Philosophy related Groups [department links below]

New York Logic – provides a calendar of logic, mathematical logic and related talks and events.

Epistemology and Ethics Workshops at Fordham

The New York Philosophy of Language Workshop at NYU 

Metro Area Philosophy of Science (MAPS) [formerly: NY/NJ Philosophy of Science Group] https://www.facebook.com/groups/metroareaphilscience/

Formal Philosophy/ Logic Group @ Columbia

Cognitive Science Symposium @CUNY

Linguistics Colloquium @ CUNY

The Foucault Society

New York Society for Ethical Culture

Society for Women in Philosophy – Analytic Workshop Series

SWIPshop workshop for philosophy of gender, sex, and sexuality, feminist philosophy, feminist theory, feminism, and related topics.

Maison Française: Columbia, NYU

Deutsches Haus, NYU

Nietzsche Circle

The Social & Political Philosophy Working Group

Lacan Dot Com

Center for Law and Philosophy

New York German Idealism Workshop

Columbia Society for Comparative Philosophy

Society for the Metaphysics of Science

Gotham Philosophical Society

Union Theological Seminary

NYU Center for Mind, Brain and Consciousness

NYU Center for Bioethics

Kripke Center at CUNY

NYU New York Institute of Philosophy

Fordham Workshop in Social and Political Philosophy

Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought

The Center for Science & Society, Columbia U

New York Circle

Brooklyn Public Philosophers


Philosophy Meetups

http://philosophy.meetup.com/cities/us/ny/new_york/

I have never attended a meetup, but it looks like a good time.


Philosophy Department Sites

http://philosophy.fas.nyu.edu/page/events NYU events

http://www.gc.cuny.edu/Page-Elements/Academics-Research-Centers-Initiatives/Doctoral-Programs/Philosophy/Program-Events/Colloquium/ CUNY Events

http://philosophy.columbia.edu/events/colloquium-series Columbia Events

http://www.fordham.edu/info/20946/department_life Fordham Events (http://www.fordhamphilosophy.org/events/)

http://www.newschool.edu/nssr/philosophy/ New School for Social Research Events [See the linked pdf where it says, “View this semester’s departmental lecture series.”]

http://philosophy.rutgers.edu/events-335/department-calendar/year.listevents/ Rutgers Philosophy Dept. Events (old colloquia page)

http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/philosophy/events.html, http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/nyc/ (Stony Brook Manhattan)

http://www.slc.edu/news-events/events/index.html Sarah Lawrence College Events


If all else fails, try http://thoughtgallery.org/ or go to the beach.