Monthly Archives: February 2011

CFP: Continental Drift: Undergraduate Philosophy and Religion Conference

Continental Drift: Undergraduate Philosophy and Religion Conference Hosted by the UNCW Philosophy and Religion Society (UNCW PARS) At the University of North Carolina at Wilmington April 9, 2011 Keynote address on Foucault, Hadot, and Spiritual Exercises by Dr. Thomas R. Flynn, PhD, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor (Emory University) Submission guidelines: Undergraduates are encouraged to submit […]

NEH Summer Institue: Epic Questions

NEH Summer Institue: Epic Questions The National Endowment for the Humanities has funded a Summer Institute for High School Teachers, to be held July 11-29, 2011 at the University of Virginia and directed by Professor Mitchell Green. This Institute is entitled Epic Questions: Mind, Meaning and Morality, and will serve as an immersion into some […]

CFP: Philosophy as a Way of Life: 2011 Graduate Philosophy Conference at Emory

Philosophy as a Way of Life 2011 Graduate Philosophy Conference at Emory Keynote speaker: John Cooper, Princeton University April 8-9, 2011 – Atlanta, GA “If I say that it is impossible for me to keep quiet because that means disobeying the god, you will not believe me and will think I am being ironical. On […]

Symposium: Of God in Philosophy

SYMPOSIUM Of God in Philosophy University College Dublin School of Philosophy Saturday the 26th of February 2011 12h – 17h00 Newman House St. Stephen’s Green Dublin John Caputo, Syracuse University Joseph Cohen, University College Dublin William Desmond, Catholic University of Leuven Richard Kearney, Boston College and University College Dublin PROGRAMME 12h – 14h (Chair: Patrick […]

Fellowships at the Edward Worth Library

The Edward Worth Library, Dublin, is offering a single one-month fellowship to be held in 2011, to encourage research relevant to its collections. The Worth Library is a collection of 4,500 books, left to Dr Steevens’ Hospital by Edward Worth (1678-1733), an early eighteenth-century Dublin physician. The collection is particularly strong in three areas: early modern medicine, […]