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CFP – Hegel (Cosmos & History)

December 14, 2006


This could be a good opportunity to get papers from the Graduate Conference published… CFP: Rethinking the Place of Philosophy with Hegel “it belongs to the weakness of our time not to be able to bear the greatness, the immensity of the claims made by the human spirit, to feel crushed before them, and to […]

CFP – Project Europa

December 8, 2006


In the spirit of Europa: Balans en Richting [Europe: Balance and Direction]” (Tielt: Lanoo, 2003), Ethical Perspectives is preparing a special issue to appear in December 2007 on the question of Europe as a moral project in the eyes of youth. As such, we are inviting contributions that discuss the problematic within the loose, non-exhaustive […]

Democracy, Liberty, Equality

December 5, 2006


Does democracy contain inherent connotations of equality and diversity? I say it does not while Steven Gormley thinks that it isn’t so simple as that. Steve thinks it remains hard to make sense of democracy without these two concepts, and appeals to Plato’s Republic to establish a case. I think that there are good reasons […]

CFP – Aspects of Theism

December 2, 2006


The Philosophical Quarterly invites submissions for its 2007 international prize essay competition, the topic of which is ‘Aspects of Theism’.Essays are invited that consider arguments for or against the central claims of (mono)theism; that explore its meaning, including its conceptual or propositional content, and its broader significance; or which connect it with issues in other […]