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CFP: Has feminist philosophy changed philosophy?

Call for Papers: Has feminist philosophy changed philosophy? Conference of the Nordic Network for Women in Philosophy at the University of Iceland (in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy and EDDA – Center of Excellence), September 7 and 8, 2012. Feminist philosophy has emerged in the last decades as a vibrant field within Western philosophy. It has resulted in

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New Left debates with M. M. Karlsson on how to prevent the capture of government by elites

The New Left debate series are inviting to participate in the public discussion “Democracy versus Elite Rule: the Road from Serfdom”, which will take place on Wednesday, 21 March at 6:30 pm at “La Boheme” (White room), Šv. Ignoto g. 4/3, Vilnius. The talk will be given in English with translation provided on site. The

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Conference: Bodies in Crisis, Nov 2-4, Iceland

Bodies in Crisis, The Nordic Network Gender, Body, Health in collaboration with RIKK – Center for Women’s and Gender Research and EDDA – Center of Excellence at the University of Iceland. 2-4 November, 2011 – University of Iceland, Reykjavik – The body has become a veritable hot spot in contemporary theorizing that forcefully disrupts given disciplinary identities and fields of investigation.

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Hannah Arendt conference on 27th of April

In connection with the NoSP meeting in Reykjavík, there will be a conference on Hannah Arendt at the University of Iceland the day before the NOSP conference starts, on the 27th of April: The Philosophy of Hannah Arendt and the Crisis of Politics. (Goethe Institute and EDDA Center of Excellence, University of Iceland, in cooperation with NOSP) Date: Wednesday

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CFP: Kant and International Trade

Panel on “Kant and International Trade”- 6th ECPR General Conference, Reykjavik, 25th – 27th August Deadline for submitting paper proposals: 1st February Whilst the expansion of international trade plays a key role in the justification of cosmopolitan right, Kant is also known for having defended the protectionist policies of states affected by foreign trade such as China

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CFA: In Wittgenstein’s Footsteps

Between the 12th and 30th of September, 1912, the youthful Ludwig Wittgenstein and his friend, David Pinsent, traveled in and around Iceland. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of their visit, the Department of Philosophy of the University of Iceland, in cooperation with the University’s Institute of Philosophy, will organize a conference, “In Wittgenstein’s Footsteps”, to be held 14-16 September 2012

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