Date: Saturday December 13, 2014
Time: 9:30am to 5pm
Location: Tisch Hall (40 W 4th Street), Room LC-11, New York University

Over the past several years there have been exciting empirical discoveries about the self. At the same time, there have been important developments in the philosophy of the self and personal identity. To foster dialogue and discussion between these empirical and philosophical approaches, this one-day workshop will feature presentations on the self from cognitive scientists and philosophers.

The final program is now available for this week’s conference on “Measuring Borderline States of Consciousness”, co-sponsored by the NYU Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness and the NYU Center for Bioethics.

The conference will be held on Friday October 24 and Saturday October 25 at the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, 53 Washington Square South.

Registration is free but required. You can register via a link on the
conference website (http://tinyurl.com/qyb7hok) or directly at
http://tinyurl.com/l4tcxcc.

MEASURING BORDERLINE STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS

Friday, October 24, 2014

9am-10am: Conference Registration & Check-In

CFA: Dominating Speech at UConn
By S. Matthew Liao

Update: Registration is now open for this workshop. Please register at http://injustice.philosophy.uconn.edu. Registration will close on November 14th.

Conference at UConn
November 21-23, 2014

Keynotes:
Ishani Maitra (Michigan)
Jason Stanley (Yale)

The Injustice League in the Philosophy Department at the University of Connecticut seeks abstracts on topics related to the conference theme. Suggested topics include: hate speech, slurs, propaganda, slut-shaming, bragging, and gossip.

Philosophical work from a variety of subfields, including: ethics, political philosophy, social philosophy, philosophy of language, epistemology (e.g. epistemic injustice), feminist philosophy, philosophy of law, philosophy of race, and queer theory are welcomed.

Friday, October 10 – Saturday, October 11, 2014
The Quadrangle Club, Library
1155 E 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637

RSVP using the form at the bottom of this webpage.

This two-day symposium, presented by the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society and the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights, will bring interdisciplinary scholars together to ask first whether there is a human right to health care. Symposium participants will also explore how to define a right to health care and then who has the obligation to provide and protect this right.

Symposium Schedule
Friday, October 10

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