Student Research Conference Abstract Deadline is Friday, February 17, 2012. Students may submit at http://src.truman.edu/abstractsubmission/login.asp. Interdisciplinary Research Community Grants An initiative to support interdisciplinary research teams over the summer of 2013 to serve as models for interdisciplinary undergraduate research and to foster a sense of community amongst Truman faculty and students. Application deadline is February […]
Call for Papers Now accepting Undergraduate Papers in Philosophy for Saint Louis University’s First Undergraduate Philosophy Conference taking place on April 12 – 14, 2013. Papers on any topic related to philosophy will be reviewed by our Conference Submission Panel and authors will be notified by or on March 22nd. The paper length is 2500-3500 […]
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From Kiley Neal, Editor-in-Chief, Stance: The national award-winning, international undergraduate philosophy journal Stance (stance.iweb.bsu.edu) is now open for submissions. Stance has the following marks of distinction: Recipient of the 2010 American Philosophical Association/Philosophy Documentation Center Prize for Excellence and Innovation in Philosophy Programs Listed in The Philosopher’s Index Full international reach, including an international editorial […]
Attention major, minors, and all interested students: you are all invited to a mid-semester event next Monday, October 22 at 4:30 pm in MC 208. It will be an opportunity to talk to professors about next semester’s offerings, find out what we expect to offer this summer and next year, and generally get to know […]
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CALL FOR PAPERS 17TH ANNUAL PACIFIC UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE April 19-20, 2013 Pacific University Forest Grove, Oregon Keynote talk, “Facts from Fictions,” by Peter Kivy (Rutgers University) The 17th annual Pacific University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference will be held April 19-20, 2013 on the campus of Pacific University, in Forest Grove, Oregon. The purpose of […]
If you can’t trust your friends… : what to believe when your peers disagree with you Chad Mohler Professor of Philosophy and Religion Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 7:00pm In the Student Union Building, Georgian Room B Factual disagreements with people whose opinion we value are regular occurrences in the course of daily life. […]
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