Just a quick post to encourage people to submit papers to the SSPP conference, April 5-7th 2007, in Atlanta (deadline Nov. 15th). Everyone knows how good the SPP conference is, but I think folks are less aware of the recent rejuvenation of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology. In recent years, the contributed program at the SSPP has been attracting a lot of good papers in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, epistemology, metaphysics of science and ‘naturalistic’ philosophy generally. Since the SSPP has always been an especially open and friendly conference, this has made for philosophically lively meeting. I strongly encourage people to submit a paper, especially since this year’s Philosophy Program chair, Chase Wrenn, has put together a great invited program:
Keynote: John Searle
Invited Speaker: David Rosenthal
Invited Speaker: Colin McGinn
Symposium on Realization: Gene Witmer, Carl Gillett and Ken Aizawa, Chase Wrenn Symposium on Normative Naturalistic Epistemology: David Henderson, Charles Wallis, Michael Bishop and J.D. Trout Symposium on Intentionality: Chris Gauker, Pete Mandik, John Tienson.
Details on the conference are here (see the links for the CFP or the latest newsletter):