John Rawls’s Theory of Justice: Forty Years On
Mayo Concert Hall, Music Building, The College of New Jersey
2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, NJ
- Thomas Pogge, Yale University
- Erin Kelly, Tufts University
- Samuel Freeman, University of Pennsylvania
Directions to TCNJ can be found at http://www.tcnj.edu/
Contact Person: Morton Winston, 609-771-2398, firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is supported by GPPC
Saturday, February 12, 2011, 8:00am to 8:00pm.
- Followed immediately by a reception.
Philips Autograph Library, S. High St. at University Ave.
- Charles Johnson, University of Washington
- David Loy, Xavier University
- Jin Park, American University
- Joan Woolfrey, Helen Schroepfer, Charlotte Moore, and Frank Hoffman
For further information contact Frank Hoffman, email@example.com or 610.436.2361.
This event is sponsored by the GPPC, West Chester University.
Public Issues Forum: Philosophy, Education, and Life
Stein Auditorium, Room 111 Nesbitt Hall, Drexel University, Office of the Provost
- Anthony J. Parrotto, Drexel University, “Navigating the Mazeway:
- Supporting the Visioning of Future Selves through
- Communities of Practice”
- Ashok Gangadean, Haverford College, “Awakening Integral Education:
- Educating for Life”
- Galen Godbey, Penn State University, Lehigh Valley
- Douglas Porpora, Drexel University
Chair and Coordinator:
- Craig Bach, Drexel University
For further information, contact Craig Bach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.571.2200.
This event is co-sponsored by the Board of Governors of the GPPC, the GPPC, and Drexel University’s
College of Arts and Sciences.
Causation: Historical Perspectives
University of Pennsylvania
2:00pm: Susan Sauve Meyer (University of Pennsylvania)
"Chain of Causes: What is the Stoic Doctrine of Fate?"
3:30pm: Martin Lin (Rutgers University)
"Logical and Causal Necessity in Spinoza and Leibniz"
- Karen Detlefsen
For further information contact Karen Detlefsen, email email@example.com or phone 215.898.8563.
This event is sponsored by the GPPC and University of Pennsylvania.
The GPPC Undergraduate Philosophy Conference
Pfahler Hall, Ursinus College
Coordinator: Roger Florka, Ursinus College, firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduates are invited to submit a philosophical essay on any topic, approximately 3,000 words (10 pages, double-spaced) and suitable for a 20 minute presentation. Papers must be prepared for blind review.
Electronic submissions should be .doc, .docx, or .pdf files. If you are interested in being a commentator, whether or not you submit a paper, please contact Professor Florka.
Notification of accepted papers will be by January 19, 2011.
Deadline for submissions: Friday, December 10, 2010
By email attachment to: email@example.com
In hard copy to:
P.O. Box 1000,
Collegeville, PA 19426
For further information, contact Roger Florka.
This event is supported by the GPPC and Ursinus College