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Philosophy Editor wrote a new blog post Videos from Taiwan HOT Conference in Honor of David Rosenthal in the group Philosophy: 20 hours, 41 minutes ago
Brian Leiter recently wrote on Leiter Reports “Couldn’t make it to the conference in honor of David Rosenthal in Taiwan? You can see videos of all the talks here.”
On August 3-4 in Taiwan, a conference was held […]
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post Amanda Huminski wins North American Society for Social Philosophy Award in the group Philosophy: 1 day, 6 hours ago
CUNY Philosophy PhD Student Amanda Huminski won the best graduate student paper award from the North American Society for Social Philosophy at its July 2014 meeting for her paper “Yes Means Yes: Does MacKinnon’s View of Sexuality Allow for Sexual Consent?”. It was read anonymously and selected from a substantial number of grad student su…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post 2014 New Student Orientation and Welcome Party! Aug 28 in the group Philosophy: 1 day, 6 hours ago
We will have our annual Welcome Party for the incoming students at 4:15 on Wednesday, August 28, 2014 in the department lounge, room 7113; there will be no colloquium that day. Please attend and meet the new class.
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post CFP: USC-UCLA Graduate Student Conference in Philosophy in the group Philosophy: 1 day, 6 hours ago
Call for Papers
USC-UCLA Graduate Student Conference in Philosophy
Keynote Speaker: L.A. Paul (UNC Chapel Hill)
We invite submissions from graduate students for a conference hosted by the philosophy departs at USC and UCLA.
Conference Date: February 20, 2016
Location: Muddhall, USC
Deadline for Submissions: November 1, 2015
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post “The Vampire Myth” Panel w/Noël Carrol, Stephen King, Matt Reeves & Melissa Rosenberg in the group Philosophy: 1 day, 6 hours ago
At the October 1-3 2010 New Yorker Festival, Joan Acocella discussed the vampire genre with philosopher Noël Carrol, author Stephen King, filmmaker Matt Reeves & screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg.
Topics covered include the resurgence of vampires in recent years, the appeal of “good vampires”, why we like horror movies, the politics of the horror…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor wrote a new blog post Society for the Metaphysics of Science Conference at Rutgers-Newark Sept 17-18 in the group Philosophy: 1 week, 1 day ago
CUNY Philosophy PhD students Yuval Abrams & Amanda Bryant are to speak at the First Annual Meeting of the Society for the Metaphysics of Science.
September 17-18, 2015
Paul Robeson Center
Rutgers University, […]
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post Carol Gould Receives 2015 APA Joseph B. Gittler Award in the group Philosophy: 1 week, 3 days ago
Carol Gould (CUNY Graduate Center & Hunter College) has received the 2015 Joseph B. Gittler Award for Interactive Democracy: The Social Roots of Global Justice (Cambridge University Press). Gould will receive the award at the 2016 Eastern Division meeting.
The Logic and Metaphysics Workshop for the Fall Semester will start at the end of August. The New York Logic and Philosophy Group will no longer exist as a separate entity, but will be absorbed into the Workshop.
The Workshop will meet this semester on Mondays, 4.15-6-15, usually at the GC, though sometimes meetings may be at other places. The…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post CFP/Convocatoria: IIFs-UNAM Philosophy Graduate Conference in Mexico City | Due Aug 31 in the group Philosophy: 1 week, 5 days ago
CALL FOR PAPERS
The students of the Institute of Philosophical Research of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (IIFs-UNAM) invite graduate students to submit to:
The 2nd IIFs-UNAM Philosophy Graduate Conference
To be held on March 9th-10th 2016, Mexico City
François Recanati, Institut Jean Nicod
Each colloquium is held on Wednesday at 4:15 P.M. All colloquia will take place at the Graduate Center in rooms 9204/9205 except as otherwise noted. Please call (212) 817-8615 for further information.
SWIPshop is a workshop where philosophers present papers on any topic in the philosophy of gender, sex, and sexuality, feminist philosophy, feminist theory, feminism, and related topics. If you would like to present a work-in-progress at an NYSWIP workshop (SWIPshop) this fall, please submit an abstract (approximately 750 words) to email@example.com…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor wrote a new blog post Octopus Communication Research by Peter Godfrey-Smith in New York Times & National Geographic in the group Philosophy: 2 weeks, 6 days ago
New research by Peter Godfrey-Smith, with David Scheel, a biologist at Alaska Pacific University, and Matthew Lawrence, an Australian diver, on octopus communication by bodily signals was recently featured in the […]
Facilitated by Nicole Elden, Psy.D.
Student Counseling Services, Wellness Center
WEDNESDAYS, 10:30-11:45 AM
** Application deadline is June 12, 2015. Space is very limited**
This eight week summer group will help students become more aware of the issues underlying their difficulty in completing their dissertation. S…[Read more]
The 2015 Philosophy Department Newsletter is now available to view online.
Below is the Letter from the EO that begins the newsletter. Also included in the newsletter are the following sections: Contact, Letter from the EO, Cognitive Science, Science Studies, Saul Kripke Center, Student & Alumni Highlights, Alumna Interview,…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post Constitution of the Philosophy Students’ Association in the group Philosophy: 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Constitution of the Philosophy Students’ Association
Approved by SSC Oct 13, 2010; Ratified on Nov 10, 2010
View PDF of PSA Constitution here
I. Name and Purpose
The name of this organization shall be the Philosophy Students’ Association.
The name of the highest elected body that represents students in the PhD/MA
Program in Philosophy sha…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post 2015-2016 Philosophy Student Committees Election Results in the group Philosophy: 4 weeks, 1 day ago
2015-2016 Philosophy Program Student Committees: Election Results
Student Steering Committee
Amanda Bryant (representative)
Chloe Cooper Jones (representative)
Laura Kane (representative)
Cosim Sayid (representative)
Shawn Simpson (representative)
Kathryn Pendoley (alternate)
Matthew Rachar (alternate)
Committee on…[Read more]
How do works of art affect us? Conceptual art seems too cool for it to be connected with emotion. Jesse Prinz argues that our experience of art is fundamentally emotional, and wonder is the key.
May 23rd 2015
“East is East and West is West, and ne’er the twain shall meet.”
Well, no. Kipling got it wrong.
The East and the West have been meeting for a long time. For most of the last few hundred years, the traffic has been mainly one wa…[Read more]
Philosophy Editor edited the blog post PI Jesse Prinz Awarded $190,000 for “Investigating the Moral Self” in the group Philosophy: 4 weeks, 1 day ago
“Investigating the moral self,” was awarded just under $190,000 of funding through the Self, Motivation, and Virtue project, which is part of the Templeton foundation.
Investigating the Moral Self
PI: Jesse Prinz, Ph.D. (Email)
Philosophy, CUNY Graduate Center
Javier Gomez-Lavin (Email)
Philosophy, CUNY Graduate C…[Read more]
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