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Category Archives: Notices
Reminder that the deadline for the first volume of Arendt Studies is 15 February 2017.
Arendt Studies is a new journal devoted to the study of the life, work and legacy of Hannah Arendt. It publishes peer-reviewed research articles, review essays and books reviews from all relevant areas. Information regarding submission procedure is available here:
All editorial inquiries should be sent to: email@example.com
Call for Emerging Scholar Workshop Participants: Workshop on Recent Trends in the Philosophy of Coercion
Call for Emerging Scholar Participants: Workshop on Current Issues in Coercion
Applications are invited from current advanced doctoral students and recent PhD graduates/early career scholars to participate in a workshop on current issues in coercion, to be held on the campus of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, March 25-26, 2017. This workshop occurs at the culmination of a SSHRC-funded project on “The Regulation of Coercion,” led by Scott Anderson of the University of British Columbia. The workshop will feature the participation of and work by leading experts on coercion, including:
Georgia State University’s highly ranked terminal MA program in Philosophy offers a graduate “Scholarship in Liberalism.” This is a competitively awarded scholarship for an outstanding student with a demonstrated interest in the arguments of historical or contemporary philosophical liberals (in the tradition of figures such as Locke, Smith, Hume, and Mill) about issues such as freedom, justice, political authority, social order, toleration and related themes. The 2017-2018 academic year will be the third year we offer this scholarship; it provides a $15,000 stipend for each year in the two-year program plus a full tuition waiver (the second year, of course, is contingent on satisfactory performance the first year). Our Department has several funding packages available.) Some further details about funding are located here. See our excellent faculty here. Our Department has long had a strength in Social and Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law and we place many of our graduates into excellent PhD programs. Our website has fairly comprehensive information about the program. We also have a flyer available here. Also see our Ethics Center website!
Author: Olivera Z. Mijuskovic
Inspired by upcoming Unesco World Humanities Conference – Liège, Belgium, 6-12 August 2017, World Philosophy Network and e-magazine “Philosophical Views” provides an opportunity for scholars around the world to write about the hottest topics in the area of humanities. This call is open to all those engaged in social sciences and humanities or are active in various organizations (ngo, political parties, humanitarian organizations etc.)
Our first topic is dedicated to the relationship between “Philosophy and Ideology”.
Introduction to article preparation
Keynote Speaker: Judith Butler Theme: Politics of the Sensate Subject
The 5th Graduate Conference in Political Theory of Sciences Po Paris will be held on June 28-29, 2017. Each year, the conference brings together young political theorists representing a variety of traditions and methods to discuss the work of one prominent author. This edition will focus on the work of Judith Butler (Maxine Elliott Professor, UC Berkeley), who will be our keynote speaker.
A well-known public intellectual, Judith Butler has explored the disquieting relationship between subjects and norms through acclaimed books on gender identity and vulnerability. Her more recent works, from Senses of the Subject to Notes Toward a Performative Theory of Assembly, invite us to reconsider in the light of a critique of the subject the ethical and political issues at stake in social relations. By redefining the subject in terms of interdependence, Judith Butler argues for a “social ontology” which grants a central place to the concept of sensitivity.
The Essay Contest “Politics and Philosophy” on the occasion of Unesco World Philosophy Day is closed
Author: Olivera Z. Mijuskovic, philosopher
World Philosophy Network and e-magazine “Philosophical Views” supported the initiative of the UNESCO by celebrating World Philosophy Day on the third Thursday of November. We have received over 100 works of researchers and political activists around the world. Our editorial team of researchers from world universities, has selected the best ones. The papers were published in the journal of philosophy “Philosophical Views”, Issue 4 and you can find it on our website. If you want to have it in .pdf version let us know on our official email on Impressum page.