Jan 142014
 
News: Fourth Annual International Summer School in German Philosophy

Fourth Annual International Summer School in German Philosophy (2014)
Hegel’s Philosophy of Spirit
University of Bonn, Germany
July 21 – August 3 2014

Keynote Addresses/Visiting Professors:

Prof. Willem deVries (University of New Hampshire)
Prof. Paul Redding (University of Sydney)
Prof. Robert Stern (University of Sheffield)

More information available here. … Read More …

Dec 112013
 
Symposium: Archives (1997-2011) freely available online

Dear members and friends of the CSCP,

As editor of Symposium, it is my pleasure to announce that the past issues of the journal from 1997 to 2011 (that is, volumes 1 to 15) are now freely available online at http://www.artsrn.ualberta.ca/symposium/ All articles are available for download in pdf format. It is also possible to browse through the different issues  … Read More …

Feb 132013
 
Workshop: Global Ethics and Capitalism: Rethinking Critical Theory

Global Ethics and Capitalism: Rethinking Critical Theory
Fourth Workshop in Social and Political Thought at Michigan State University
with Carol C. Gould, Moishe Postone, and Tony Smith

October, 4-5, 2013
Friday: 9am-6pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm

This workshop will be a forum for addressing the provocative ways in which recent scholarship situates Critical Theory in contemporary analyses of Capitalism in relation to  … Read More …

Nov 132012
 
New joint MA between Kingston University London (CRMEP) & University of Paris 8

MA Contemporary European Philosophy

A new joint MA between Kingston University London (CRMEP) & University of Paris 8

Kingston University’s Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) is pleased to announce two £5000 competitive scholarships for international (non-EU) students to study for an MA  in Contemporary European Philosophy, 2013/14, its new joint award with University of Paris 8.

Deadline  … Read More …

Jun 172012
 
James Bradley (Memorial University of Newfoundland), in memoriam

James Bradley, longtime professor of philosophy at Memorial University of Newfoundland, passed away on May 17, 2012. His last publication had just appeared in Symposium, vol. 16, no. 1. As a tribute to Professor Bradley’s remarkable academic career, the CSCP would like to offer this publication to members and friends of the Society. It may be downloaded here. … Read More …