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CUNY Philosophy of Emotions Workshop: May 3rd & 4th, 2019

CUNY Philosophy of Emotions Workshop: May 3rd & 4th, 2019

CUNY Philosophy of Emotions Workshop Location: Graduate Center, CUNY, 365 5th Avenue, room 5307 This workshop will provide a forum for researchers doing work on emotions…

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CUNY Philosophy Aesthetics Faculty Produce & Perform: "Curved Spacetimes: Where Friedrich Nietzsche Meets Virginia Woolf"

CUNY Philosophy Aesthetics Faculty Produce & Perform: “Curved Spacetimes: Where Friedrich Nietzsche Meets Virginia Woolf”

Professor Barbara Gail Montero is the director of (and a performer in) the upcoming multimedia, interdisciplinary event Curved Spacetimes: Where Friedrich Nietzsche Meets Virginia Woolf. Prof. Nickolas…

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A Night of Philosophy and Ideas (Brooklyn), 2019

A Night of Philosophy and Ideas (Brooklyn), 2019

The annual 12-hour Night of Philosophy and Ideas returns to the Brooklyn Public Library from 7pm on Saturday, Feb. 2nd to 7am on Sunday, Feb. 3rd….

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CUNY Philosophy at the APA Eastern 2019 in New York City

CUNY Philosophy at the APA Eastern 2019 in New York City

You’ll find more CUNY philosophers at the APA Eastern Division Meeting (Jan. 7th-10th, 2019) this year than ever before, thanks to the conference’s location right in…

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Students, Alumni, & Faculty Present in "Naturalized Aesthetics of Film" Workshop

Students, Alumni, & Faculty Present in “Naturalized Aesthetics of Film” Workshop

Two CUNY Philosophy professors (Noël Carroll and Jesse Prinz) will present research alongside PhD student Zoe Cunliffe and alumna Laura Di Summa-Knoop in the upcoming…

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SWIPshop Summer 2016 Events

SWIPshop Summer 2016 Events

June 6th, 12:30-2:00 pm, room 5414 Rosa Terlazzo (Kansas State University) “Transformative Experiences, Well-being, and Children” June 28th, 12:30-2:00 pm, room 5414 Katharine Wolfe (Allegheny…

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Latinx Philosophers Conference April 29-30 at Columbia

Latinx Philosophers Conference April 29-30 at Columbia

The first Latinx Philosophers Conference will take place on April 29-30 at Columbia University. The conference includes talks in a varierty of topics including Ethics,…

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CFA: Philosophy & Physical Computing at Virginina Tech, Due May 8

CFA: Philosophy & Physical Computing at Virginina Tech, Due May 8

“Philosophy & Physical Computing,” is a two-week summer workshop aimed at providing philosophers, computer scientists, and experimental scientists with the technical skills and philosophical perspective…

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19th Annual CUNY Graduate Conference: Hate Speech & the Normativity of Communication, April 15-16

19th Annual CUNY Graduate Conference: Hate Speech & the Normativity of Communication, April 15-16

HATE SPEECH AND THE NORMATIVITY OF COMMUNICATION The 19th Annual CUNY Graduate Conference, April 15-16, 2016 Friday, April 15th The Graduate Center (365 5th Ave), rm….

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SWIP-Analytic Essay Prize Winner Presentation April 25: Arianna Falbo

SWIP-Analytic Essay Prize Winner Presentation April 25: Arianna Falbo

2016 SWIP-Analytic Essay Prize Winner Presentation Monday, April 25, 2016 Arianna Falbo Simon Fraser University “Why Two (or more) Belief-Dependent Peers are Better Than One” 1:00-3:00 PM, Room 202…

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Five Perspectives: On the Self and the Future of Philosophy, April 6th

Five Perspectives: On the Self and the Future of Philosophy, April 6th

Join us for a roundtable faculty showcase event with CUNY Philosophy Professors Linda Alcoff, Serene Khader, Graham Priest, Jesse Prinz, and Iakovos Vasiliou Wednesday, April 6…

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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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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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