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CALL FOR PAPERS
North American Nietzsche Society Program
APA Central Division Meeting
The Program Committee of North American Nietzsche Society invites papers on all aspects of Nietzsche’s philosophical thought for presentation at one or more Society sessions to be held in conjunction with the American Philosophical Association 2015 Central Division meeting, to be held February 18 – 21 (2015) in St. Louis at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ball Park.
Announcement and Call for Papers
THE ETHICS AND AESTHETICS OF ARCHAEOLOGY
6-7 November 2014
These are some of my favorite films about food:
Babette’s Feast (1987)
On the menu: turtle soup, quail, rum sponge cake, Clos Vougeot Louis Latour
Big Night (1996)
On the menu: risotto, timpano, an omelette
Nordic Wittgenstein Review welcomes original contributions on all
aspects of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s thought and work – exegetical studies
as well as papers drawing on Wittgensteinian themes and ideas in
contemporary discussions of philosophical problems.
66th Annual Northwest Philosophy Conference
November 7-8, 2014
Central Washington University
The University of Nevada, Reno is proud to host our first graduate philosophy conference. The
conference will take place Friday, Oct. 24th and Saturday, Oct. 25th 2014 at the University of
Nevada, Reno. There will be a cash prize awarded to the top three paper submissions.
The Economist has provided its perspective on L’Affaire Piketty. Their conclusion agrees with those drawn by all of the summaries of the controversy I’ve read: The evidence so far suggests that, though Mr Piketty may have made mistakes and been sloppy in places, his broad analysis still holds. Piketty applied…
Geoff Todd has a great Twitter feed called Perfect Shots (@OnePerfectShot) where he posts his favorite shots from films. These are some selections of my own: In looking through shots to show I realized something important about great shots: for some shots, their greatness cannot be conveyed by a still. This is…
The Financial Times has published an investigation that concludes that there are flaws with the data behind Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century. They have presented a summary of the investigation and a detailed report on Piketty’s data. After examining his data, The Financial Times (more specifically Chris Giles) finds that…