The Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science (CSHPS) is inviting scholars working on the history or the philosophy of science to submit abstracts for individual papers or proposals for sessions. The Society’s annual conference is part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences meeting in Regina, Saskatchewan, and will be held between May 26-28, 2018. Jutta Schickore is going to be the International Keynote Speaker, and C. Kenneth Waters will deliver the Drake Lecture. The extended deadline for submitting abstracts is January 19, 2018. Graduate students are eligible for the Richard Hadden Prize for Best Student Paper. For more information, please visit: http://www.yorku.ca/cshps1/meeting.html
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Ephemeris, Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy
Call for undergraduate papers
Ephemeris is an undergraduate journal of philosophy that is student-run and dedicated to publishing exceptional undergraduate writing grounded in the distinct value and interest of the philosophical endeavor.
Contributions: Contributions are solicited in all areas of the philosophical discipline. Contributions should take the form of essay, article, or short note. Review articles are welcome. Please include a short abstract describing the thesis of the paper and main conclusions.
ATTENTION – SPECIAL SECTION:
Ephemeris 2018 wIll include a special section on the topic whether it is justifiable in a democracy to implement public policy motivated by personal conviction with an eye to such topics as whether religious citizens and politicians may vote or legislate their religious convictions, whether the state may subsidize religious schools and related topics. We will publish the three best papers we receive in this field.
Submission: Be sure to include your name, postal and email addresses, and the university or college in which you are enrolled as an undergraduate.
Please send your work and any correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org. You should receive a confirmation of receipt shortly thereafter.
Submission Deadline: January 15th, 2018.
Announcing Ephemeris 2017 is available
THE REASONER 12(1)
Volume 12, Number 1 January 2018
ISSN 1757-05 22
The latest issue of The Reasoner is now freely available for download in pdf
format at [http://www.thereasoner.org/]
GUEST EDITORIAL / Seamus Bradley
– An Interview with Gregory Wheeler / Seamus Bradley
– Logic in the Wild, 9–10 November / Rafal Urbaniak et al.
WHAT’S HOT IN…
– Mathematical Philosophy / Jean Baccelli
– Medieval Reasoning / Graziana Ciola
– Philosophy and Economics / Conrad Heilmann
– Courses and programmes
– Jobs and Studentships
See [http://www.thereasoner.org/] for previous issues and submission
Robert D. Lane was interviewed by Laureano Ralón.
Robert D. Lane is an emeritus professor of philosophy from Vancouver Island University in Canada, where he taught literature and philosophy for 31 years. Lane was the founder of the Philosophy department at VIU (then Malaspina College). As the institution grew, he became the founding director of VIU’s Institute of Practical Philosophy, which is still an active player today in community issues and contemporary moral issues. Since retiring in 2000, Lane has served on the Nanaimo Parks, Recreation and CultureBoard. He also authored a book entitled Reading the Bible: Intention, Text, Interpretation, and founded the philosophy blog Episyllogism.
Read the interview here.