CfP: 2012 Pitt-CMU Graduate Philosophy Conference

Posted: 20 de September de 2011 by Fernando Furtado in Call for Papers, Event
First Call for Papers:
14th Annual Pitt-CMU Graduate Philosophy Conference
“Mind, Method and Morality”
The graduate students of the University of Pittsburgh & Carnegie Mellon University invite graduate students to submit papers to our 14th annual graduate philosophy conference, on “Mind, Method and Morality,” co-sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, the Department of History and Philosophy of Science and the Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh, and the Department of Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University.

Conference setting: 6-7 April, 2012 at the University of Pittsburgh.
Keynote speaker:
Adina Roskies
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Dartmouth College
Faculty speaker:
Edouard Machery
Associate Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh
Submission deadline:
19 December, 2011
Submission information:
We will consider submissions of high quality in any area of philosophy, especially those related to the theme “Mind, Method and Morality.” This theme should be construed broadly, and may comprise among other things submissions related to the philosophy of mind, philosophy of the cognitive sciences, general philosophy of science, ethics and metaethics.
– All submissions must be prepared for blind review.  The paper must have no identifying information and must include at the top an abstract of no more than 250 words.
– Submitted papers must be no more than 4500 words in length.
– Submitted papers must be received as .doc, .docx or .pdf files no later than 19 December, 2011.
Further information may be found at www.pitt.edu/~philgrad/. More coming soon.
Questions may be directed to PittCMUConference@gmail.com
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