Preston Stovall in Print
Preston Stovall's "Syllogistic Reasoning as a Ground for the Content of Judgment: A Line of Thought from Kant through Hegel to Peirce" has just been accepted to the European Journal of Philosophy, on the heels of his recent acceptance of "Inference by Analogy and the Progress of Knowledge" at the British Journal for the History of Philosophy.
The Philosophy of Sound
Alessandra Buccella will be presenting "A Two-pied Theory of Sounds" at the Graduate Conference of the University of the West of England dedicated to the "Philosophy of Sound: Collaborations in Ontology, (Meta)Physics, and Experience."
Suzie Love at the APA
Suzie Love will be presenting her paper "Communal Ownership and Kant's Theory of Right" at the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Society.
Tom Breed at PhilMiLCog
Tom Breed will be presenting his paper entitled "Phenomenology, Content, and the Individuation of Perceptual Capacities" at UWO's conference on Philosophy of Mind, Language, and Cognition next month. LEARN MORE >
Jack Samuel will be presenting "Humean Constructivism or Hegelian Constructivism?" (co-authored with Kirun Sankaran) at the Normativity and German Idealism conference at the University of Sussex. LEARN MORE >
Alison Springle on Representation
Alison Springle will be giving a poster presentation, "Active Content", at the ASSC Workshop on Sensorimotor Theory workshop in Paris. She'll also be presenting "From Sensation to Perception via Spatial Representation" at the BPPA masterclass on objectivity, space and mind.
Elizabeth Baranger Award
Congratulations to both Jon Butacci and Benjamin Schulz, who each received an Elizabeth Baranger prize for excellence in teaching this year, ensuring that philosophy accounted for two of the seven university-wide awards!
Ulf Hlobil in Print
Ulf Hlobil's paper, "There are Diachronic Norms of Rationality" has been published in Thought. LEARN MORE >
Conference on Hegel and McDowell
The II. International Congress Hegel in Dialogue: Hegel and McDowell will have talks by Max Tegtmeyer ("The Principle Thought of German Idealism and the Myth of the Given") and Jack Samuel ("What Is there to Mean by "Active"). LEARN MORE >
John Locke Conference
On Saturday the 11th, scholars convene in Pittsburgh for a short conference on the work and influence of John Locke. LEARN MORE >
Joe Milburn will be presenting his paper "Reliabilism and the Human Animal" at Fordham Philosophy Graduate Conference this April, and has also been selected as one of 15 students to attend the 2015 John Henry Newman seminar at Merton College, Oxford. Congratulations Joe!
Max Tegtmeyer Presentation
Max been accepted for this years Tilburg Summer School on "Nihilism" (Aug. 1st-8th), where he will present a paper titled "Nihilism, Freedom and the Self in Schopenhauer and early Heidegger“. The Summer School will be held at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. LEARN MORE >
Suzanne Love's paper, "Communal Ownership and Kant's Theory of Right," has been accepted for presentation at The Northwestern Society for the Theory of Ethics and Politics (NUSTEP) annual conference in moral and political philosophy, to be held this May.
17th Annual Pitt/CMU Graduate Conference
The conference, taking place this Friday and Saturday at CMU, features talks from graduates from Harvard, Yale, Rutgers, the London School of Economics, SUNY Buffalo, and a keynote by Cristina Bicchieri of UPenn. LEARN MORE >
Philosophy of Climate Science Workshops
This series of workshops on climate change brings together an international team of scholars to investigate both the science behind climate change and the role of public policy in addressing it. LEARN MORE >