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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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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Octopus Communication Research by Peter Godfrey-Smith in Major News Outlets

Octopus Communication Research by Peter Godfrey-Smith in Major News Outlets

New research by Peter Godfrey-Smith, with David Scheel, a biologist at Alaska Pacific University, and Matthew Lawrence, an Australian diver, on octopus communication by bodily signals…

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CFP/Convocatoria: IIFs-UNAM Philosophy Graduate Conference in Mexico City | Due Aug 31

CFP/Convocatoria: IIFs-UNAM Philosophy Graduate Conference in Mexico City | Due Aug 31

CALL FOR PAPERS The students of the Institute of Philosophical Research of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (IIFs-UNAM) invite graduate students to submit to:…

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A Night of Philosophy Apr 24 at the French Embassy

A Night of Philosophy Apr 24 at the French Embassy

CUNY Philosophy Professors Barbara Montero & Massimo Pigliucci, along with 60 others, will present at this unique upcoming event at the French Embassy on the…

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CUNY Pragmatics Workshop: Relevance, Games, & Communication Oct 14 & 15

CUNY Pragmatics Workshop: Relevance, Games, & Communication Oct 14 & 15

    Free online registration (required).   Image: Chris L. Harris

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CFA: CUNY Science Studies Workshop on Scientism | Due 4/20

CFA: CUNY Science Studies Workshop on Scientism | Due 4/20

Call for Abstracts: CUNY Workshop on Scientism The Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York will…

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CFP: SWIP-Analytic 2014 Graduate Student Essay Prize | Due 3/1

CFP: SWIP-Analytic 2014 Graduate Student Essay Prize | Due 3/1

**CALL FOR PAPERS** SWIP-Analytic 2014 Graduate Student Essay Prize SWIP-Analytic invites women graduate students to submit abstracts of works in progress in the areas of…

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CFP: Philosophy of Information | Due 3/1

CFP: Philosophy of Information | Due 3/1

Call for Abstracts: Sixth Workshop in the Philosophy of Information   Submissions are invited for the Sixth Workshop on the Philosophy of Information, which will…

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CFP: 2014 Harvard-MIT Graduate Conference | Due 2/1

CFP: 2014 Harvard-MIT Graduate Conference | Due 2/1

We invite submissions from graduate students for a conference hosted by the Philosophy Departments at Harvard University and MIT to be held on April 12, 2014 at MIT. We…

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SWIP-Analytic 2014 Events Schedule

SWIP-Analytic 2014 Events Schedule

Upcoming SWIP-Analytic Presentations  Monday, January 20th, 2014, 5-7 PM Professor Sarah-Jane Leslie (Princeton) will present her empirical work on women in philosophy. Details are forthcoming….

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Rohit Parikh on Epistemic Logic & Games 9/19

Rohit Parikh on Epistemic Logic & Games 9/19

Computer Science Colloquium Thursday, September 19th, 4:15pm, room 9204/05 Rohit Parikh Brooklyn College & The Graduate Center Epistemic Logic, Games and Social Software: same old…

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CFP: New School Grad Conference w/Godfrey-Smith | Due 12/20

CFP: New School Grad Conference w/Godfrey-Smith | Due 12/20

NEW! Extended Deadline Romulus and Remus or Castor and Pollux? A Conference on Philosophy and the Sciences The Thirteenth Annual Graduate Student Philosophy Conference The…

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Alan Hájek: Regularity as a Rationality Norm (Columbia)

Alan Hájek: Regularity as a Rationality Norm (Columbia)

COLUMBIA PHILOSOPHY Staying Regular? Alan Hájek (Australian National University) Thursday, April 4, 2013, 4:00 – 5:30 PM 716 Philosophy Hall, Columbia University Abstract. ‘Regularity’ conditions provide nice bridges…

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Godfrey-Smith Podcast: "How Do Octopuses Think?"

Godfrey-Smith Podcast: “How Do Octopuses Think?”

  listen here This cephalopodcast was first broadcast on 9 April 2011. How do animals think? Do they have consciousness? If your answer to that…

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