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Baltic Philosophy Network, Balphin, is an open network of institutions of philosophy in the Baltic Sea area. The purpose of the network is to enrich and facilitate the academic philosophy of the area, in such fields as research, education and student and teacher exchange, but also to create forums for philosophical culture in general, for discussion, publication and philosophical happenings.

At the moment the network consists of seven members, with the University of Tartu as the Coordinator, University of Helsinki, Tallinn University, University of Latvia, Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Vilnius University and the University of Iceland.

  • Recent Posts

    • Estonian Annual Philosophy Conference 2017
    • April 12th, 2017 by Justina Pajus
    • Facts, Disputes, and Arguments in the Age of “Post-Truth” 11th -13th May 2017 at Kääriku “Post-truth” was the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2016. According to some authors, post-truth is a useful concept to understand some of the most recent political events. But what does post-truth mean? Is it really such a useful concept as

    • CFP: Feminism, Phenomenology and Genealogy
    • April 10th, 2017 by Justina Pajus
    • CFP: Feminism, Phenomenology, and Genealogy | Nordic Summer University | Saulkrasti, Latvia, 26 July – 2 August 2017 Keynote speakers: Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Iceland, specialising in feminist philosophy, the philosophy of Nietzsche, and the philosophy of nature and embodiment. Cecilia Malmström Olsson, PhD at Lund University in Literature, with the special

    • MA in Philosophy Tartu
    • March 9th, 2017 by Justina Pajus
    • 15th of March is the deadline to apply for a place in the two-year Master in Philosophy at the University of Tartu! Please go to this page for all the necessary information, interviews with current students, and the links to proceed to application: MA in Philosophy Tartu.

    • University of Tartu Graduate Conference: The Epistemology of Disagreement
    • March 8th, 2017 by Justina Pajus
    • CFP: The Epistemology of Disagreement On the 25th and 26th March 2017 the Department of Philosophy at the University of Tartu will host a graduate conference on the epistemology of disagreement. The keynote speaker will be Jonathan Matheson (University of North Florida). The aim of the conference is to bring together MA and PhD level students who

    • Intensive course: Intensive Seminar for Nordic-Baltic Philosophy Symposia Master’s Students: Passions and Morals in David Hume’s Treatise of Human Nature
    • March 8th, 2017 by Justina Pajus
    • (this is for archive purposes only. The course was effectively held in 2016.) 2-6 May 2016, Tallinn University, School of Humanities, Narva mnt 25: rooms TBA 5 ECTS credits Instructors This course will be taught by Mikael M. Karlsson (University of Iceland) and Henry Alexander Henrysson (University of Iceland). Teachers from other institutions will assist with