Monthly Archives: October 2007

Locke, IP, and Waste

As I indicated in my comments on an earlier thread about waste, I’ve been working on a paper about Locke’s waste proviso and its application to intellectual property law. Here is (what I hope to be) a pentultimate draft: Locke, … Continue reading

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Value Pluralism: “more must mean better”?

I’ve been working on Berlin-style value pluralism lately. I’m particularly concerned with the attempt (made by Galston and Crowder, among others) to derive liberal political commitments from value pluralism. My sense is that value pluralism has no entailments regarding politics. … Continue reading

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Chicago: SAF at APA Central 2008 Call for Papers

SAF/APA Central: 16-20 April 2008 | CFP: 1 November 2007 The Society for Analytic Feminism invites submissions from members* for a session at the APA Central Division meeting in Chicago from 16-20 April 2008.

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Lexington: 2nd SAF Conference Call for Papers

SAF: 4-6 April 2008 | CFP: 1 November 2007 Two more last-minutes CFPs: The Society for Analytic Feminism will hold their second conference from 4-6 April 2008 at the University of Kentucky, Lexington:

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Journal of Moral Philosophy 4 (3), 2007: Issue on Metaethics

The latest issue of the Journal of Moral Philosophy has just been published and all articles are on the topic of ‘metaethics’. Papers were originally presented at a conference organized by Fabian Freyenhagen at King’s College, Cambridge. The issue can … Continue reading

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Manchester: SAP 2008 Call for Papers

SAP: 4-6 July 2008 | CFP: 7 December 2007The Society for Applied Philosophy 2008 Annual Conference will be hosted by the Manchester Centre for Political Theory (MANCEPT) at the University of Manchester from 4-6 July 2008. Submissions are welcome on … Continue reading

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