Monthly Archives: November 2007

Northwestern: 2nd SETPP Conference Call for Papers

Northwestern SETPP: 15-17 May 2008 | CFP: 15 February 2008 Via Douglas Portmore at PEA Soup: The Northwestern Society for Ethical Theory and Political Philosophy will hold its second annual conference from 15-17 May 2008. David Velleman and Susan Wolf … Continue reading

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Berkeley: ISUS X Call for Papers

ISUS: 11-14 September 2008 | CFP: 18 February 2008 Via Larry Solum: The Tenth Conference of the International Society for Utilitarian Studies will be held on 11-14 September 2008, at the University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, California, U.S.A.).

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Teaching Nietzsche

I am teaching Nietzsche (Beyond Good and Evil) for the first time this term, and I have run into some puzzles I am hoping some of the more experienced Nietzsche scholars on this list can help me work through. The … Continue reading

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Samuel Scheffler on “Immigration and the Significance of Culture”

In our political philosophy reading group yesterday, we read Samuel Scheffler’s new essay “Immigration and the Significance of Culture” published in Philosophy & Public Affairs 35(2) (2007). It can be downloaded here. There was quite a lot that colleagues objected … Continue reading

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Twin Cities: Grad Conference Call for Papers

Minnesota: 29 February-1 March 2008 | CFP: 10 December 2007 A third graduate conference CFP coming up soon: “Philosophy of Ice,” hosted by the graduate students of philosophy at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, from 29 February to 1 … Continue reading

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Fordham: Grad Conference Call for Papers

Fordham: 11-13 April 2008 | CFP: 1 December 2007 Another conference for graduate students, this time at Fordham University in the Bronx, from 11-13 April 2008. The topic is “Cosmopolitanism in Philosophical Contexts”; the keynote speaker is Yale’s Seyla Benhabib … Continue reading

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