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CFP: The Philosophy of J. J. Abrams

October 24, 2009


CALL FOR PAPERS The Philosophy of J. J. Abrams Edited by Patricia Brace and Robert Arp University Press of Kentucky’s The Philosophy of Popular Culture Series: Abrams’ filmography from the Internet Movie Database can be found here: Please send these two things to Patricia Brace at:,  by January 1, 2010: (1) A […]

CFP: How Not to do Philosophy

November 3, 2008


What is the appropriate way to do philosophy?   Historically, the form of philosophy has varied; Plato preferred the dialogue, Nietzsche the aphorism, Kierkegaard the parable. In the 20th century many philosophers pronounced a proper way to do philosophy. The logical positivists wanted to do away with metaphysics and held science as the ideal model for […]

CFP: The Future(s) of Critical Theory

October 7, 2008


First Graduate Conference in Frankfurt am Main, 19.-21 March 2009 Whether or not “critical theory” constitutes a well-defined, easily identifiable and self-contained school of thought has been a matter of debate. For the organizers of this conference, given the plurality of theoretical projects that consider themselves in the tradition of the “Frankfurt School,” critical thinking […]

CFP – Doctor Who & Philosophy

July 30, 2008


We are looking for scholarly philosophical essays written for a lay audience to be included in Doctor Who and Philosophy, to be published by Open Court Press. This is an opportunity for you to express your philosophical musings about your favorite Time Lord and popularize philosophy at the same time. All papers that focus on […]

Aurora (City University of New York)

February 6, 2008


Aurora invites graduate students to submit papers in any area of philosophy for publication. The length of the submissions should range between 4000 and 6000 words. The aim of the journal is to publish the highest quality papers by philosophers starting their career. Hence submisisons should both be clearly written and present and maintain a […]

CFP: SEP/FEP Conference

February 5, 2008


Call for Papers for the 4th Annual Joint Conference of the Society for European Philosophy and the Forum for European Philosophy at University College Dublin, Ireland, 29-31 August, 2008. The SEP-FEP Joint Conference offers faculty and graduate students the opportunity to present papers in any area of European Philosophy. Abstracts of no more than 500 […]

CFP: Intercorporeality and Insubjectivity

February 5, 2008


UCD, Philosophy Conference 2008 Perspectives on Intercorporeality and Insubjectivity Conference, Dublin, June 6/7 2008 We invite the submission of abstracts on the theme of intercorporeality and intersubjectivity from postgraduate students and professional philosophers working in philosophy and other relevant disciplines. Abstracts should be no longer than 350 words. Speakers will have approximately 30 minutes in […]