We’re busy finalising the details for the podcast symposium, which will start next week, for those who have inquired. We’re just sorting out the last couple of people to comment on papers. We’ve got a great bunch of papers coming which you’ll be able to access both on the site and via an iTunes subscription.

We’ll also be holding an Estlund-style reading group on Corey Brettschneider’s Democratic Rights starting in a couple of weeks. More on that in due course. If you’d like to organise a reading group on a book of general interest in political theory/philosophy in 2009, please do not wait for an invitation.

I’ve renewed the site registration for two more years. We now have over 170 full members and 70 participants registered on the site. We’re represented in 20 or so countries around the world. We’ve had over 100 000 page views and we’re approaching 50 000 discrete site visits. For a blog, this is small potatoes. But for an academic blog, it’s not too shabby for the first year. If you’d like to help support the site, you can use the links below to purchase items (not necessarily our members’ books) from Amazon.

Members who would like to initiate any other new projects are very welcome to do so.

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About Simon Cabulea May

Simon Cabulea May is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University. He received his PhD from Stanford University. His present research project generally concerns conflicts of moral convictions in public deliberation.
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