CFP: Buffalo Experimental Philosophy Conference

Posted: 25 de March de 2012 by Fernando Furtado in Call for Papers, Event, News
CALL FOR PAPERS

Buffalo Experimental Philosophy Conference

October 5th & 6th, 2012

Keynote speaker: Joshua Knobe (Yale)

 

 

Submissions are invited on any topic pertaining to experimental philosophy. Authors will have approximately 40 min. presentation time. Authors can report new experimental results or contribute to broader philosophical or methodological debates over existing results.

 

Both XPhi-friendly and XPhi-critical papers are welcomed, although XPhi-critical authors may be asked to sit at the back of the room. Authors who choose to read their papers verbatim rather than talk through them will be served cold (but not iced) coffee.

 

Organizers: Paul Poenicke & James Beebe (Experimental Epistemology Research Group, University at Buffalo)

 

Submissions should be prepared for blind review and sent via email topaulpoen@buffalo.edu no later than June 30, 2012.

 

The event will take place on the campus of the University at Buffalo.

 

Sponsored by the Peter Hare Memorial Fund and the Department of Philosophy at the University at Buffalo

 

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James R. Beebe, Ph.D.
/ Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy
/ Director of Undergraduate Studies in Philosophy
/ Director, Experimental Epistemology Research Group
/ EERG website: http://eerg.buffalo.edu/
/ Member, Center for Cognitive Science
/ Office: 131 Park Hall
/ State University of New York at Buffalo
/ Buffalo, NY 14260-4150
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