[SydPhil] AAP CONFERENCE FINAL REMINDER: SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS CLOSING DATE
jeanette.kennett at mq.edu.au
Thu May 28 10:24:03 AEST 2015
*AAP final conference reminder. Closing dates for Abstracts and Early Bird
Registration is this Friday May 29th*
Please visit the AAP conference website
< http://www.aap-conferences.org.au/> to register and to submit your
abstract and for all other conference imformation.
The AAP Conference is held annually by the Australasian
Association of Philosophy (AAP). This conference is designed to give
professional philosophers and philosophy postgraduate students the
opportunity to present and discuss papers in all areas of philosophy.
The 2015 AAP Conference will be hosted by Macquarie University
< http://mq.edu.au/>, from July 5th-9th.
Submissions are invited in all atreas of Philosophy. There are also a
number of special streams: Neuroethics and Moral Cognition, Cognitive
Science, Kant. European Philosophy, and a stream in honour of Peter Menzies
that will focus on issues and themes that Peter worked on.
will give the Presidential Address. The keynote speakers will be Cheshire
Calhoun <http://cheshirecalhoun.com/> (Arizona State), Cordelia Fine
< http://www.cordeliafine.com/> (Melbourne), Frederick Neuhouser
(Columbia), and Dan Zahavi <http://cfs.ku.dk/staff/?pure=en/persons/34520>
Cordelia Fine will also deliver the 2015 Alan Saunders Memorial Lecture, in
conjunction with ABC Radio National.
*We look forward to welcoming you to Macquarie in July. *
Professor Jeanette Kennett FAHA
Head of Department
Faculty of Arts
tel:+61 2 98501047
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