CALL FOR ABSTRACTS:
MISSISSIPPI PHILOSOPHICAL ASSOCIATION
MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, STARKVILLE, MS
OCTOBER 7-8, 2011
EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND ITS CRITICS:
SURVEYS, NATURALISM, AND TRADITION
JONATHAN WEINBERG, UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
The Mississippi Philosophical Association (MPA) is soliciting abstracts for presentations at its annual meeting, to be held October 7-8, (Friday-Saturday), on the Mississippi State University campus in Starkville, MS.
We seek participants who will illuminate the booming enterprise known as “Experimental Philosophy”, either by providing and/or interpreting results from within this enterprise, challenging the foundations or practice of this enterprise, or noting its connections to and/or limitations with regard to philosophical naturalism or other more traditional forms of philosophical inquiry.
While the MPA is a regional organization, we seek broad participation in this conference. Philosophers from all institutions and locations are encouraged to submit abstracts.
Submissions should include a title page with the title of the presentation, author’s name, institutional affiliation, email address, and postal address. A 500 word abstract should be prepared for blind review and sent as a second file (.doc or pdf only). Email all submissions or questions to J. Robert Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
SUBMISSIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY AUGUST 25th.
Authors will be notified about submissions by September 1.
For more information about the MPA, see: http://www.olemiss.edu/orgs/mpa
For more information about the Department of Philosophy and Religion at MSU, see: http://www.philosophyandreligion.msstate.edu/