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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 – Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy

February 5, 2007


CFP: Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy – Submissions for volume 3 now being taken. The editors of Parrhesia are now pleased to advise that volume 2 is online and submissions for volume 3 are now being considered. Parrhesia is dedicated to publishing the latest work in the areas of continental philosophy and literary theory, […]

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 – 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 […]

CFP – Discourse

November 30, 2006


Now in its eleventh year, the Discourse Editorial Staff is currently seeking submissions for the 2007 issue. The theme for this issue is contemporary issues in social and political philosophy. While well-written work dealing with the aforementioned topic is preferred, the Editorial Staff of Discourse remains open to the possibility of accepting work outside of […]

Whodunnit? Holmes’s Law

November 28, 2006


Going through some of the back isssues of Inquiry has just turned up a publication from 1979 on the subject of Sherlock Holmes and Philosophy. Redher, Wulf “Sherlock Holmes – Philosopher Detective” Inquiry 22 pp.441-457 Redher points out that in A Study in Scarlet Watson notes that Holmes’ knowledge of philosophy is ‘nil’ while in […]

Perspectives on Science & Religion

November 24, 2006

0 This conference is to be held at Lancaster Univerity between the 23rd and 26th July 2007 and is sponsored by the British Society for the History of Science. While I haven’t particularly been working on science or religion of late, I am tempted to use it as an opportunity to explore Habermas’s recent suggestions […]