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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 Philosophers Venture North for APA Pacific Division Meeting, April 17-20th

CUNY Philosophers Venture North for APA Pacific Division Meeting, April 17-20th

CUNY philosophers past & present are converging on Vancouver, B.C. for the 2019 American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting. This year’s program features eleven alumni,…

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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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Jesse Prinz Interviewed on Morality and Politics for the Thought Project

Jesse Prinz Interviewed on Morality and Politics for the Thought Project

Distinguished Professor Jesse Prinz speaks with Tanya Domi in the latest episode of the Graduate Center’s Thought Project podcast. Their conversation begins with a Humean…

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Department Members & Alumni on the 2017 APA Eastern Division Meeting Program

Department Members & Alumni on the 2017 APA Eastern Division Meeting Program

The 2017 Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, taking place January 4th-7th in Baltimore, MD, will showcase the work of quite a few…

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Watch: Jesse Prinz on "How Wonder Makes Us Human" (at Aeon Video)

Watch: Jesse Prinz on “How Wonder Makes Us Human” (at Aeon Video)

Distinguished Professor Jesse Prinz discusses the “neglected” emotion of wonder in a new video produced by Aeon. Enjoy!

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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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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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"Are there innate concepts?" w/Jesse Prinz & Susan Carey Feb 4 at NYU

“Are there innate concepts?” w/Jesse Prinz & Susan Carey Feb 4 at NYU

The NYU Center for Mind, Brain and Consciousness announces a debate: ARE THERE INNATE CONCEPTS? Speakers: Susan Carey[software.rc.fas.harvard.edu] (Harvard, Psychology) and Jesse Prinz[subcortex.com] (CUNY, Philosophy)…

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PI Jesse Prinz Awarded $190,000 for "Investigating the Moral Self"

PI Jesse Prinz Awarded $190,000 for “Investigating the Moral Self”

“Investigating the moral self,” was awarded just under $190,000 of funding through the Self, Motivation, and Virtue project, which is part of the Templeton foundation. Investigating the…

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Jesse Prinz on Art & Emotion at Philosophy Bites

Jesse Prinz on Art & Emotion at Philosophy Bites

Jesse Prinz on Art and Emotion How do works of art affect us? Conceptual art seems too cool for it to be connected with emotion….

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Science Studies Workshop on Classification May 15

Science Studies Workshop on Classification May 15

Friday, May 15th – Natural Divisions? The Impact of Classification Schemes on Culture and Society: day-long workshop The Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies presents: Natural…

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CUNY at the Southern Society for Philosophy & Psychology

CUNY at the Southern Society for Philosophy & Psychology

Fourteen current and former CUNY faculty and students will present at the upcoming Southern Society for Philosophy & Psychology meeting in New Orleans. See details…

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Natural Kinds Workshop

Natural Kinds Workshop

Natural Kinds Workshop, February 16-17 An interdisciplinary workshop exploring whether categories such as gender, ethnicities, species, action types, & mental illnesses have boundaries delineated by the natural world or by us….

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