Author Archives: Simon Cabulea May

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.

Religion in Liberal Political Philosophy

UCL, 10-12 June, 2015 The Religion and Political Theory Centre (RAPT) at UCL will host a major conference on Religion and Liberal Political Philosophy on 10-12 June this year: Liberal political philosophers have recently received criticism for their inadequate grasp … Continue reading

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CFP: Illiberal Views in Liberal States

Philosophy and Public Issues Call for papers Symposium: Illiberal Views in Liberal States With a discussion of Corey Brettschneider ’s When the State Speaks, What Should It Say? (Princeton University Press, 2012) Submission Deadline Long Abstract (1,000 words max): 15 … Continue reading

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(Britain & Ireland) Association for Political Thought 2015 Conference

The Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought is pleased to announce pre-registration for its 2015 Conference, to be held at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford (January 8th-10th): The conference schedule is as follows: Thursday: 8th January 2.30-4.00. Leigh Jenco (LSE): … Continue reading

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Stanford Center for Ethics in Society Postdocs

The McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society at Stanford University seeks up to four new postdoctoral fellows for 2015-16: We welcome candidates with substantial normative research interests from philosophy or political science. We are especially interested in candidates with … Continue reading

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The PGR and the September Statement

The last few days have been quite unusual in the philosophy blogosphere. Since I’ve taken a public stand, I thought I should post something on my own blog about these developments. Sally Haslanger and David Velleman posted a Statement of Concern … Continue reading

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Tulane Fellowships 2015-16

The Center for Ethics and Public Affairs at Tulane University’s Murphy Institute is now accepting applications for 2015-16 fellowships. I was a CEPA fellow a few years ago. My considered opinion is that anyone who works in moral and political … Continue reading

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