As part of its spring open submission cycle, the John Templeton Foundation welcomes online funding inquiries in the areas of philosophy and theology. The submission window is February 1 to April 1, 2013. Proposed philosophical projects need not have religion or theology as a focus. To submit an online funding inquiry, please visit here.
I was just reading the bit of Gibbard's Thinking How to Live where he talks extensively about the good and the desirable—specifically, about its being a conceptual truth that they are one in the same. I know that this is a common line people take, and I'm curious how many of you agree with it, because I'm not entirely convinced.
Philosophica invites papers on the topic of moral nonnaturalism for the 2014
Res Philosophica Essay Prize. The
author of the winning paper will receive a prize of $3,000 and publication in
the special issue of the journal on the same topic. Submissions for the prize will be
automatically considered for publication in the journal's special issue unless
This is a call for
abstracts for the first annual Workshop
for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy to be held Oct. 17-20, 2013 in
Tucson, AZ at the Westward Inn Hotel and Resort. Abstracts in all areas of
Political Philosophy are welcome.
submit an abstract, you must first go to the above web page and register. Once
your registration is accepted, you will be able to login at that page and
upload an abstract. Abstracts should not
be e-mailed to the editors. Abstracts of between 250-500 words are due no
later than April 15th . Submission of an abstract will be
taken to imply that the paper is not under submission for publication elsewhere
as well as implying an agreement to include the paper in the resulting volume
of Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy,
if accepted. There is a limit of one submission per person. We expect to be
able to inform those whose papers have been accepted no later than May 15th,
The authors of all accepted abstracts
will be expected to provide drafts of their essays for distribution to the workshop’s
attendees three weeks prior to the workshop, present their ideas at the workshop,
and submit the paper for possible inclusion into the inaugural volume of Oxford
Studies in Political Philosophy by
January 15th, 2014. It is important to note, however, that acceptance
of an abstract for the workshop in no way guarantees that the paper will be
accepted for publication.
workshop is free and open to the public. We regret that we are unable to
provide any financial support for those whose abstracts are accepted
Hope to see you in Tucson,
David Sobel, Peter Vallentyne, and Steve Wall (editors)
Ben Eggleston and I are putting the final touches on the manuscript for The Cambridge Companion to Utilitarianism, forthcoming from... well, you know. Now that most of the writing and editing is done, we're facing the real hurdle to getting a book published... the marketing questionnaire. One question on this questionnaire asks about courses/modules in which the volume might be used. I'm writing to ask if any SOUPers can volunteer names and numbers of undergraduate or graduate courses/modules at their universities in which this volume might be assigned in full or in part, as either a required or a recommended reading.
The next phase of PEA Soup is here. As
of this announcement, Dan Boisvert, Doug Portmore, and Josh Glasgow are
stepping down from their posts as co-editors of PEA Soup with Dave
Shoemaker. Going forward, the blog will be run by Dave Shoemaker and
Those of us stepping down want to take this chance to thank everyone--contributors, commentators, participants in the
Ethics-at-PEA-Soup discussions, and everyone else who is part of
the PEA Soup family--for making the blog such a great place. This June
will kick off the tenth year of its existence, and when we started so
many years ago, the four of us couldn't have
predicted that such a wonderful community would take root here. We are
thrilled that this blog has become a valuable site for those working in
ethics and cognate areas.
We are also grateful to Shoemaker and Sobel for taking things over from here, and we look forward to the next era at PEA Soup.
annual meeting of the Felician Ethics Conference will be held at the Rutherford
Campus of Felician College on Saturday, April 20, 2013 at 223 Montross Ave,
Rutherford, NJ 07070
Robert Audi John A. O’Brien
Professor of Philosophy University of
any topic in moral philosophy (broadly construed) are welcome, not exceeding 25
minutes' presentation time (approximately 3,000 words). Please send submissions
(completed papers, no abstracts or proposals, please) via email in
format suitable for blind review by Feb. 15, 2013 to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
invited for a Special Session devoted to Catholic Social Teaching, not
exceeding 25 minutes’ presentation time (approximately 3000 words), in format
suitable for blind review, by Feb. 15, 2013. Please indicate that the paper is
intended for the Special Session. (Please limit submit submissions either
to the Special Session or to the main session; no double submissions, please.)