Science Studies Dissertation Fellowship: Science & Art, Due April 21

Science Studies Dissertation Fellowship: Science & Art, Due April 21

The Interdisciplinary Committee on Science Studies Fellowship Competition 2016-2017 Academic Year: “Science and Art” DEADLINE for Doctoral Student and Mid-Career Faculty Applications: April 21, 2016 no later…

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CUNY PhD Students & Alumni to Present at American Society for Aesthetics Conferences

CUNY PhD Students & Alumni to Present at American Society for Aesthetics Conferences

A number of CUNY Graduate Center Philosophy PhD students & alumni will present at upcoming American Society for Aesthetics Conferences. American Society for Aesthetics Eastern…

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MAP: Diversifying the Syllabus Workshop

MAP: Diversifying the Syllabus Workshop

DIVERSIFYING THE SYLLABUS PEDAGOGY WORKSHOP & DISCUSSION A workshop and discussion for Philosophy graduate students teaching at the CUNY Colleges. Discussion topics to include: diversifying…

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Philosophy Department Student Committee Nominations

Philosophy Department Student Committee Nominations

The philosophy department has eleven committees. which contain both faculty and student members, that aim to improve the quality of the program and give students…

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Noël Carroll Voted 6th Most Important Philosopher of Art Post-1945

Noël Carroll Voted 6th Most Important Philosopher of Art Post-1945

Brian Leiter, on his popular blog Leiter Reports, recently conducted a survey about philosophers of art post-1945, and CUNY Graduate Center Philosophy Program Distinguished Professor…

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Marilynn Johnson Awarded ASA Dissertation Fellowship

Marilynn Johnson Awarded ASA Dissertation Fellowship

Marilynn H. Johnson, a PhD Candidate at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, has been awarded the American Society for Aesthetics Dissertation Fellowship…

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CFA: Rutgers Summer School on Logic, Language, & Information, Due March 20

CFA: Rutgers Summer School on Logic, Language, & Information, Due March 20

The North American Summer School on Logic, Language, and Information (NASSLLI) is a summer school that meets approximately every other summer. It is geared towards…

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Saul Kripke Lecture: Timothy Williamson "Objective Possibilities" March 31

Saul Kripke Lecture: Timothy Williamson “Objective Possibilities” March 31

The Saul Kripke Center is delighted to announce that Timothy Williamson will give the third Saul Kripke Lecture on Objective Possibilities at the Graduate Center on 3/31/16. The lecture will be followed…

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Video: Interview with Noël Carroll "Arthur Danto & Art Criticism"

Video: Interview with Noël Carroll “Arthur Danto & Art Criticism”

CUNY philosophy professor Noël Carroll answers questions about Arthur Danto’s art criticism and his impact on the philosophy of art. He elaborates on the difference…

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CFA: Norwegian Summer Institute in Language & Mind, Due Apr 15

CFA: Norwegian Summer Institute in Language & Mind, Due Apr 15

Norwegian Summer Institute in Language & Mind brings graduate students up to date with developments in the intersection of work on language and mind by presenting classes…

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CFP: Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Due Mar 30

CFP: Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Due Mar 30

Submission for abstracts for ASSC-20 is now open and will close March 30th. Note that there will be no deadline extension! Please go to this link…

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CUNY Philosophy Professional Development Site Launches

CUNY Philosophy Professional Development Site Launches

Professor John Greenwood, Deputy Executive Officer, working with Marilynn Johnson, Philosophy Department Senior Social Media Fellow, have created a CUNY Philosophy Professional Development Website at…

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Michael Devitt on Philosophy Bites: "Experimental Semantics"

Michael Devitt on Philosophy Bites: “Experimental Semantics”

Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Michael Devitt recently conducted an interview with Nigel Warburton of Philosophy Bites. Philosophy Bites is a philosophy podcast that has had…

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New Octopus Research by Peter Godfrey-Smith Featured on BBC, Guardian, & New Scientist

New Octopus Research by Peter Godfrey-Smith Featured on BBC, Guardian, & New Scientist

Fighting octopuses ‘change colour to signal intent’ 29 January 2016 Octopuses may have more complex social interactions than previously believed, a new study has found….

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Experimental Philosophy Through History at NYU Feb 20

Experimental Philosophy Through History at NYU Feb 20

Experimental Philosophy through History Saturday February 20, 2016 5 Washington Place, New York University Philosophy 10:00 – 11:00 “What Was the Neo-Kantian Backlash against Empirical…

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