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Forgiveness and Conflict

Mancept Workshops in Political Theory

Sep. 8th-10th 2014



Panel: Forgiveness and Conflict


Call for papers: The panel will consist of both invited papers and selected

papers. Each presenter will have one hour in total (35-40 minutes

presentation plus 20-25 minutes for discussion).


The deadline for submission of full papers and/ or 1000 word abstracts is

1st June 2014.

Autonomy in Moral and Political Philosophy


8th -10th September, University of Manchester.


Autonomy in Moral and Political Philosophy

Convener: Chris Mills (Glasgow)


Personal autonomy is traditionally seen as a central value in liberal

political morality. For this reason, arguments concerning the concept of

autonomy have wide ranging implications for normative political philosophy.

However, much of the disagreement at this level can be traced back to the

value and nature of autonomy in the ethical realm.


Doxastic Agency & Epistemic Responsibility

Workshop: Doxastic Agency & Epistemic Responsibility

When: 02.-03. June 2012

Where: Beckmanns Hof, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany


The aim of the workshop is to bring together experts who are working in the

areas of doxastic agency, belief-revision theory, epistemic deontologism,

and epistemic justification, and to discuss recent advances regarding the

interplay between doxastic agency and epistemic responsibility. The workshop

addresses questions such as: do we have the same kind of control over our

The Edinburgh Women in Philosophy Group

The Edinburgh Women in Philosophy Group is proud to announce its annual Spring Workshop on Philosophical Methodologies on Friday the 16th of May 2014 at the University of Edinburgh.

We have decided to address the issue of philosophical methodology, following the success of previous EWPG Spring workshops, which have respectively focused on the under-representation of women in philosophy, the ethics and aesthetics of pornography, and implicit bias.






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Norfolk State University - Assistant Professor, 19th-20th Century

American History

H-Net Announcements 17 Mar 2014

The following reviews were posted to the H-Net web site between

10 Mar 2014 and 17 Mar 2014.


Reviewed for H-SHGAPE by Brian M. Foster

    DeWitt, Petra.  _Degrees of Allegiance: Harassment and Loyalty in

    Missouri's German-American Community during World War I_.  Law,

    Society, and Politics in the Midwest Series. Athens: Ohio

    University Press, 2012.  x + 257 pp.  $49.95, ISBN 978-0-8214-



Theme: Cosmopolitanism and Global Protests

Call for Publications

Theme: Cosmopolitanism and Global Protests

Publication: Edited Volume by Tamara Caraus

Deadline: 15.4.2014


Cosmopolitanism can arise out of philosophical reflection, as in

well-known Stoic or Kantian versions of cosmopolitanism, out of

assessments of practical and basic human needs, as in current

theories of global justice, and out of a less explored resource: the

social movements that are engaged in transforming the world each in