Monthly Archives: May 2011

iPad 2

A lazy question to mark the beginning of summer: Suppose an academic were to (a) succumb to Apple’s marketing prowess and (b) invest a great deal of time and energy researching/discovering the best ways to make use of his/her new … Continue reading

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Political theory at CPSA, Waterloo, Ontario, May 16-18 2011

Here’s this year’s lineup of political theory panels at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association next week, as organized by Loren King and Colin Farrelly. Of special interest: Carole Pateman’s plenary address, and the workshop on “Global … Continue reading

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Conference : On usage of “libertine” – U. of Brussels

De l’usage du terme « libertin ». Invectives et controverses aux XVIe et XVIIe siècles Colloque international et Séminaire doctoral transdisciplinaire sur la Renaissance Université Libre de Bruxelles Grande Salle du CIERL (17, avenue F.D. Roosevelt) Mardi 31 mai et … Continue reading

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Experiment Month Initiative

The Experimental Month Initiative hosts 17 different experimental philosophy studies designed by 29 philosophers, each working on illuminating a different philosophical question. Please take a moment to help these philosophers out, either by stopping by the Experiment Month website to fill out a brief … Continue reading

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The Order of Public Reason: Conclusion (and Appendix A)

We reach the end of the book. It has been a long-haul and I am grateful to everyone who has been involved. I’m going to use this post to achieve two aims: (a) to summarize the main themes of the … Continue reading

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