Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Everyone is invited to a special advance screening
of Neil McArthur and Warren Cariou's new documentary
film "Land of Oil and Water: Aboriginal Voices on Life
in the Oil Sands."

It will screen in 160 Dafoe (just outside the library's
main entrance) this Friday the 12th, from 4:30 to 5:30 PM.
The film addresses indigenous rights, environmental ethics
and corporate responsibility, as seen from the perspective
of Cree, Dene and Metis people who live in oilsands-affected areas.
Please pass along the word to anyone who might be interested.


Thursday, November 27, 2008

Talk this Friday

This Friday, Esa Diaz-Leon of philosophy will be giving a talk hosted by the department of anthropology.
The talk will be held at 2:30 pm, in rm. 409 Tier and is titled 'The Meaning of 'Woman''.

Hopefully all regular phil-Friday folks can make it out!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

PPUPA undergraduate conference

Hey everyone:

I received this e-mail and thought it would be good to post it here. Although it doesn’t mention the location of the conference in this letter, it’s being held at the University of Lethbridge (I assume it’s the one in Calgary). The letter I received also doesn’t mention who the keynote speaker is, but if I find out I’ll post it on the blog.

A bunch of us went down last year, and (minus a lame party) it was a lot of fun. I would encourage any undergrads to send in a submission and check it out. We also got our entire trip paid for by the arts and philosophy department, so I imagine other people could do the same if the went and talked to some people about getting funding.


November 18, 2008

Greetings everyone,

Please accept my apologies for the delay in getting this information out.

Attached is information for the upcoming PPUPA (Prairie Province Undergrad Philosophy Association Conference) Call for Papers which is currently planned for March 21 – 22, 2009. If there are indications that this date is unacceptable there is the possibility that we may be able to move it to the weekend either before or after.

The keynote of the conference will focus on religion and metaphysics. This topic will address the high value placed on all religious or spiritual views and the deep need for some kind of metaphysic to support such a view.

The Call for Papers deadline is January 3, 2009. Undergraduates are encouraged to present papers on all topics. Abstracts must be submitted so that similar topics can be grouped into sessions. Forward abstracts to: Cliff Baum at

Further details will follow as they become available.

Thank you for your time and patience.


Cliff Baum

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Student Talk this Friday!

Hi all:

Mark your calendars for this Friday afternoon- our own Justin Dallmann will be presenting a paper at 2:30 pm. Room details still need to be confirmed, but the talk will most likely be in one of the larger rooms on the 2nd floor of University College.

Justin's paper is called "Getting your Ravens in a Row: Generalizing the Paradox of Confirmation."

Ice-cold, delicious fruit juices to follow in the student rooms downstairs.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

FEW 2009


Harvard/MIT Grad Conference


The 17th Annual Harvard-MIT Graduate Student Philosophy Conference

Conference Date: Saturday, April 18, 2009
Keynote Speaker: Professor Robert Stalnaker, MIT

Submission Deadline: Thursday, January 1, 2009

We seek submissions from graduate students in any area of philosophy.
Submissions should be suitable for a 40-minute presentation. As guidance, a
4000-word paper usually takes about 40 minutes to read.

All submissions must be accompanied by an abstract of 400-500 words (roughly one
single-spaced page). No identifying information should appear in the body of
the paper or the abstract. Instead, please include a cover sheet with the
submitter´s name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, name of his or her
institutions, and title of the paper.

Papers should be submitted by e-mail to in one of
the following formats: .pdf, .rtf, .doc. We can only accept one submission per
applicant, so please make sure that the version of the paper you send is the one
you would like considered.

If you have any questions, please contact us at

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Philosophy Club Fridays

Just to remind anyone who is interested, any Friday throughout the fall and winter terms that does not have a visiting or departmental speaker scheduled is available for student presentations. Dan had a great idea about scheduling undergrad or grad philosophy debates on some of these Fridays, and I know that some grads and undergrads have expressed interest in giving a paper.

There's really no restriction on what these Fridays are for, so if you have an idea and would like to schedule something, just let me know- or better yet, post about it here on the blog. Dan, Wes and I can arrange the room, publicity and refreshments.


Advice on Grad Study in Philosophy


Grad Conferences

I know a lot of you have excellent papers sitting around. It would not hurt to submit them to these conferences. The conferences are an excellent way for you to meet other students that share your interests, get acquainted with a potential PhD program, meet important philosophers, improve your cv, and grow as a philosopher! So please submit if you have something that meets the submission guidelines. And if you don't have something that meets the guidelines, you'll need something like that sooner or later anyway.

More Grad Conferences: Princeton/Rutgers

The 2009 Princeton-Rutgers
Graduate Philosophy Conference

We invite submissions of high quality papers by graduate students to a
conference, to be
hosted on March 28-29, 2009, by Princeton and Rutgers Philosophy

We welcome papers of very high quality in any area of mainstream
academic philosophy.
Papers accessible to a general philosophical audience will be favored.
Papers should not
exceed 4000 words in length and be prepared for blind refereeing.

Keynote Speakers:
TBA (Princeton)
Jeff King (Rutgers)

Submission Deadline: January 15th, 2009
(Notification of Acceptance by February 9th, 2009)


Submission Guidelines:
Please send the following to (as separate
attachments in .doc or
.pdf format):
I) A cover letter containing the following information:
(1) author’s name
(2) title of paper
(3) institutional affiliation
(4) contact information (email, phone number, mailing address)
(5) word count
(6) the area(s) of the paper (e.g. metaphysics, epistemology,
ethics, etc…)
II) The paper itself, with a title page containing the title of the
paper and an abstract of no
more than 150 words. This file should be free of identifying

All questions concerning the conference should be sent to

More Grad Conferences: CUNY

CUNY Graduate Student Conference 2009 - Call for papers

The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 12th Annual Philosophy Graduate Student Conference
April 17 & 18, 2009

The conference will be held at the CUNY Graduate Center, in New York City, on Friday April 17 and Saturday April 18, 2009.

Keynote Speakers:
- April 17, Elizabeth Harman, Princeton University
- April 18, Ted Sider, New York University

Paper submissions are invited from graduate students in all areas of philosophy.

Papers should be approximately 3,000–4,000 words, suitable for a 40–45 minute talk. Papers should have a cover page with the author's name, address, school, and email address. Please specify the philosophical area the paper falls under and include a brief abstract on the second page.

The deadline for submissions of papers is January 15, 2009.

Please email submissions to, as .txt, .rtf, .doc, or .pdf attachments. Please use the subject heading 'Conference Submission'.

The conference organizers will arrange accommodation with CUNY Graduate Center students for visiting participants.

If you have any questions, please email Jake Berger or Monique Whitaker, at

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Call for Undergrad Papers

*Call For Papers*

*Hermes* , the University of Ottawa's undergraduate philosophy journal, is
seeking submissions for its Canada-wide edition in Spring 2009.

· Essays should be no longer than 5000 words

· All areas of philosophy will be considered

·Submissions may be written in either English or French

· Citations should be in MLA format

· On a separate page, please include the following:

Your home university, year of study, mailing address, email, phone number,
and a short summary (100 words max) of your field of interest within

*Interested applicants should send both a hard and soft copy (Microsoft Word
or compatible format, via email) to*

Undergraduate Philosophy Students' Association

Attn: Hermes c/o Department of Philosophy
University of Ottawa
70 Laurier Avenue East, Room 234
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 6N5


Submission deadline: *February 20** th**, 2009*

UMass Metaphysics Grad Conference

*/March 28th, 2009/, UMass Amherst, Amherst, MA

*Keynote Speaker*: Stephen Yablo

*Call for Papers*: The organizers of the UMass Amherst Graduate
Conference in Metaphysics invite graduate students to submit excellent
papers in metaphysics, broadly construed. This includes metaphysics
proper, as well as topics in philosophical logic, philosophy of mind,
and meta-ethics. Papers should be no more than 4'000 words, be prepared
for blind review, include an abstract of no more than 150, together with
a separate cover page with full contact information and a word count.
Submissions should be sent via e-mail to
(PDF, DOC or RTF format) no later
than *DECEMBER 1, 2008*.

Thursday, October 9, 2008


Call for Papers: COLUMBIA/NYU 9th Annual Graduate
Conference in Philosophy to be held MARCH 7th, 2009
at NYU.

The keynote speaker will be Karen Bennett [Cornell University]

The graduate students and faculty of the Philosophy Departments of
Columbia and NYU invite papers by all graduate
students in any area of philosophy.

Papers will be accepted until December 31st 2008

Papers must meet the following requirements:

1. All papers must be between 3,000 and 5,000 words in length and
suitable for a presentation of 30-40 minutes.
2. Papers must be submitted with an abstract no longer than 300
3. Papers must be submitted electronically in blind-review format to: . No submissions by mail or email
will be accepted

for more information please visit our website at or email us at:

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Call for Papers -- Yale - U. Conn Graduate Students Conference

Call for Papers:


Date: April 3-4, 2009 at Yale University

Keynote Speaker: Jonathan Schaffer, ANU (

Featured Faculty Speaker: Tamar Szabo Gendler, Yale University (

Graduate students are invited to submit papers in any area of philosophy.
Papers should adhere to the following guidlines:

Limited to 3,000 words or less (30 minute presentation time)

Include a brief abstract

Prepared for blind review

Include a separate title page listing author name, institutional affiliation, mailing address, and email address. Format should be .doc or .pdf.

Papers should be submitted via email to:


For more information, visit the conference website at:

Monday, September 29, 2008

Speaker Schedule Update Update

September 19: Scott Forschler (ethics), Northland CTC
October 3: Chris Tillman (metaphysics), U of M
October 17: Esa Diaz-Leon (mind), U of M
November 7: Tom Hurka (ethics), U of T
November 21: Derek Brown (mind/metaphysics), U of B

Some other time in the fall: Carl

January 16: Jessica Wilson (metaphysics), U of T
First week of February: Paul Churchland (mind/phil science), UCSD
February 13: Esa Diaz-Leon (feminist philosophy), U of M
March 6: Joe Levine (mind), UMass
March 13: Jeremy Fantl (ethics/epistemology), U of Calgary
March 20: Rob Shaver (ethics), U of M
March 27: Dave Davies (philosophy of art), McGill

Some other times in the winter: Dimitrios, Neil.

Patricia Churchland will be delivering two talks in the first week of February as part of the Connor Lecture Series!

Friday, September 26, 2008

GNOSIS Call for Papers

Call for Papers:

Gnosis is a graduate-student-run journal out of Concordia University's philosophy department. We accept submissions from both graduate and undergraduate students, and publish at least twice per year. Our next deadline for submissions is *September 30th*, 2008.

GNOSIS is interested in publishing articles across the whole range of philosophical topics and positions.

Gnosis is also accepting book reviews (2000 word maximum) for books published within the last year.

Our website address is:
Papers can be submitted online to:

- Submissions may be in either English or French.
- There is no set word limit, but those submissions under 7000 words are favoured.
- Please keep footnotes to a minimum. Page references should be included parenthetically in the flowing text.
- Please submit your text in a 1.5 line spacing using a uniform sized font (12 pts). Extended quotations should be indented and single spaced.
- Please save your document as either an .rtf file or a Microsoft Word Document.
- *Incomplete submissions will not be considered.*
- *Submissions will not be returned.*

If you are submitting by mail:

- *Please include on a covering page only*, your full name, address, email address, title of your paper, plus word count and # of pages. In addition, please indicate which institution you are affiliated with and your current level of studies (UG, MA, PhD).
- Please include *both* a digital version of your document (MS Word or .rtf) saved on a PC-compatible diskette (the diskette must be identified with your coordinates); *and* a hard copy of your paper.

If you are submitting by e-mail:

- *Please include:* your full name, address, email address, title of your paper, plus word count and # of pages.
- Your article must be e-mailed as either an .rtf file attachment, or a Microsoft's Word Document attachment.
- Please send all submissions to, with "Gnosis Submission" in the subject line **

All submissions received after this deadline will be considered for the subsequent issue.
All manuscripts and correspondence must be sent to:
Concordia University, Phil. Dept.
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd.
WestMontreal (Quebec)
H3G 1M8

We are sorry, Gnosis cannot be responsible for documents lost in transit.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Department Council Student Committees

Hey all.

Laurie has asked me to organize the student component of the department council. There are five committees requiring student representation: Appeals, Vetting, Enrollment, Visiting Speakers, Undergrad Courses/Program Changes.

The final committee requires two student representatives, for a total of six. Three of these need to be graduate students, and three undergrad. The president and vice president of the philosophy club fill two of these. Anyone who served on a committee last year is more than welcome to continue, since no student committee met last year.

There's a short meeting this Friday at 2:30, in the University College PDR. If you'd like to participate, could you please respond to this post.

Thanks a lot.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Speaker Schedule for 2008-09

Below is an updated speaker schedule:

September 19: Scott Forschler (ethics), Northland CTC
October 3: Chris Tillman (metaphysics), U of M
October 17: Esa Diaz-Leon (mind), U of M
November 7: Tom Hurka (ethics), U of T
November 21: Derek Brown (mind/metaphysics), U of B

Some other time in the fall: Carl

January 16: Jessica Wilson (metaphysics), U of T
February 13: Esa Diaz-Leon (feminist philosophy), U of M
March 6: Joe Levine (mind), UMass
March 13: Jeremy Fantl (ethics/epistemology), U of Calgary
March 27: Dave Davies (philosophy of art), McGill

Some other times in the winter: Dimitrios, Rob, Neil.

I don't know who's in charge of philosophy club these days so I thought I'd just post this here. I hereby encourage whoever is in charge of philosophy club, provided there is such a person, to schedule student talks for unclaimed Fridays. Please let me know what the philosophy club decides to do re: talks.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

First Philosophical Friday Talk

Scott Forschler was kind enough to make his paper, "Morality as a System of Conditional Norms", available before the talk. If you'd like a copy, please email me.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

First Philosophy Friday of the Term!

We will have a speaker this Friday: Dr. Scott Forschler from Northland Community and Technical College will give a talk entitled "Morality as a System of Conditional Norms". It's Friday Sept 19 in 237 UC at 2:30. A reception will follow, then dinner. We have a limited number of slots for student meals. If you're interested in going to dinner with Scott for free, please email me.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Who's going to the WCPA?

Monday, August 25, 2008

Winter Seminar

My winter honours/grad seminar is currently listed as TBA. Well, I can finally end the suspense. The topic is Contemporary European Philosophy: From Hegel to Habermas. We'll look at a number of continental figures, including Freud, Marx, Adorno, Foucault and Habermas. We're going to do some big thinking about life and death and human society but also get down in the weeds and analyse arguments. It's going to be fun. Anyone who wants more information or needs permission to enroll, contact me.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Question, Question

1. Are John and Adam still the president and vice president of the Philosophy Club?

2. Is there any timetable for the upcoming term's Philosophical Fridays?

I'd like to present, of course, so I need to know who to be asking...


Wednesday, July 9, 2008

WCPA Call for Papers

2008 Western Canadian Philosophical Association Conference

October 24-26th 2008
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Keynote Speaker: Stephen Darwall, Yale University (who was here and now is here

Papers on any philosophical topic are welcome.

Electronic submissions only, .pdf is preferred. Please include in your submission the paper(maximum 4000 words), a short abstract (maximum 150 words), and your name, e-mail, and academic affiliation (if any).

We also welcome, and indeed encourage, proposals for panels and author-meets-critics sessions. All such proposals should include a theme and abstracts of proposed papers (abstracts for panel papers should be 750-1000 words). Please also include the email addresses and affiliations of potential participants. All participants must be committed to attending if the proposal is accepted.

We will present a student essay prize for the best student paper presented at the meeting. If you are eligible for the prize, please mention this with your submission.

Please send submissions to by JULY 15, 2008.

We will also be soliciting commentators, so we welcome self-nominations at the same address.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Awesome Conference

here. It immediately precedes a metaphysics conference with a serious all-star cast.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Next Friday...

Can I present a Philosophical Friday?

I have money to get the alcohol.

I'm still pretty obsessive about the Myth of Jones, and I really really want to present!

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Minnesota Undergrad Journal Extends Submission Deadline

Hi all:

Laurie asked me to post this. The call for papers for the Minnesota Undergrad Journal has been extended. Please see the info below:

THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA UNDERGRADUATE JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY Address: University of Minnesota Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy 831 Heller Hall, 19th Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55455 - 0310 Email:

Call for undergraduate papers
We are the University of Minnesota Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy; an expanding journal recognizing the great work being done by undergraduates in philosophy. Over 100 copies of our previous issues have been sent to university departments around the country, as well as the Library of Congress.
We are seeking insightful, original work by undergraduate philosophers for our third issue. In this issue we are looking to reach out to and develop a global community of undergraduate philosophers.
Take this opportunity to be published while you are an undergraduate, to share your unique philosophical perspective with our readers and to preserve your work forevermore in academic journal collections.
For more information about our journal, please visit our website at
Deadline: March 1, 2008
Submit as .doc, .pdf, .rtf, or .odt to
2500 – 8000 words; optional 500 word abstract
Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed. (Footnotes & Bibliograph

UM Info Days

Hi everybody:

Laurie has asked me to look for volunteers to staff the department's booth at next week's UM Info days. The details are:

Next week on Tuesday/Wednesday, Feb. 19-20 from 9:00-2:00...location - Marshall McLuhan Hall, 2nd Floor, University Centre.

If you think you might have time to put in an hour or two on either of these days, please comment on this post.



Friday, February 8, 2008

Resuming Phil Fridays

Hello all,

Since the hiring is at least temporarily over, it seems like a good time to resume the Phil Fridays sponsored by the Philosophy Club, beginning next Friday. (Although spring break is the week after, so the next one won't be until two weeks after that.)

People who haven't given talks yet this year (Adam, Binhan, Chelsey, Jason C, Justins D and W, etc etc - we'll call these people 'Future Talkers') are given priority over those who have. Future Talkers need to become Past Talkers as soon as possible. If you are a member of the set containing Future Talkers, and you can give a talk as quickly as next Friday, please respond before Monday morning.

I think Wes has already volunteered to give another talk. So, Wes, if no Future Talkers volunteer before Monday morning, perhaps you'd be willing to give a talk?

As for snacks and such afterwards: we sorta ran out of beer money due to the great success of Fall Term Phil Fridays. So we're going to start a beer fund for the remaining Fridays. If you can, pitch in for beer money and bring something like five bucks to Phil Fridays. Usually beer and chips comes to $50 for every Phil Friday, so we only need ten people giving 5 bucks. If you're feeling generous and want to give more than five bucks, that's cool too. Or if you want to donate the whole $50 and sponsor beer for a talk, that'd be even better.

Saturday, January 26, 2008


Hello all. Our next job candidate, Madeleine Arsenault, is here on Monday. As usual, there's lunch before the talk. Also as usual, lunch will be at Degree's. Be among the first three responders and you'll get a free lunch. (Even if the spots are taken, all students are encouraged and invited to come out and meet the candidate. It's just that you'll have to shell out for yourselves.) We'll meet upstairs around Laurie's office at around 12:20.

Friday, January 18, 2008

Rob's seminar on monday.

Just to let people know, if you don't already, Rob's seminar on monday will be from 4:00-5:30 instead of the usual 2:30-5:30. He said to pass the word on, but i haven't seen any people from the seminar since he mentioned this... so i decided blogging would be a good bet.

Justin W.

UTSC Undergrad Conference

Hi all

More from Laurie:

March 15, 2008
The 1st Annual Symposium at Scarborough
An undergraduate philosophy conference hosted by the Philosophy Club
at the University of Toronto at Scarborough

Keynote Speaker: Diana Raffman, University of Toronto
Conference Location: University of Toronto at Scarborough (UTSC)

The Philosophy Club at the University of Toronto Scarborough invites
submission of high quality papers in any area of philosophy for the
inaugural Symposium at Scarborough, an undergraduate philosophy
conference. Papers should be approximately 2000-3000 words, suitablefor presentation in 20 minutes, and accessible to philosophy students at the undergraduate level. Each paper will be commented on by a UTSC undergraduate, and there will be an opportunity for general discussion. Please submit papers in pdf or rtf format to

Papers should be prepared for blind review, with no identifying information in the paper itself. A coversheet, attached as a separate file, should contain author name, papertitle, address, school affiliation, email, phone number, word count,and abstract of approximately 125 words. We hope to be able to help defray travel expenses for presenters fromoutside the Greater Toronto Area. Submissions deadline: February 5.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Lunch with job candidate

Our department is hiring this term, so there are a few job candidates coming here to give job talks as part of the interview process. The first of them is Dr Esa Diaz Leon from the University of Sheffield, who's here next Monday.

The department has arranged for a few students to go out for lunch with her at Degree's before her talk on Monday (the talk's at 2.30, lunch will be around 12.15), so all students are welcome to come out to lunch. This is a good opportunity to meet the job candidate. Plus, the first three students to reply will have their lunch paid for. If you can (and will) go, just comment on the post to reply.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Call for Papers

Call For Papers

Hermes, the University of Ottawa’s undergraduate philosophy journal, is seeking submissions for its Canada-wide edition in Spring 2008.

· Essays should be no longer than 5000 words
· All areas of philosophy will be considered
· Submissions may be written in either English or French
· Citations should be in MLA format
· On a separate page, please include:
your home university, year of study, mailing address, email, phone
number, and a short summary (100 words max) of your field of
interest within philosophy.

Interested applicants should send both a hard and soft copy
(Microsoft Word or compatible format, via email) to

Undergraduate Philosophy Students’ Association
Attn: Hermes
c/o Department of Philosophy
University of Ottawa
70 Laurier Avenue East, Room 234
Ottawa, Ontario
K1N 6N5

Submission deadline: February 18th, 2008

Friday, January 11, 2008

PPUPA Rescheduling

Dear all,

I am writing on behalf of the University of Calgary's Undergraduate Philosophy Club to update you on the status of the 2008 PPUPA Conference. We wish to inform you that due to a conflict in scheduling, the date of the conference has been moved up to March14-15, 2008. The paper submission date remains the same, though notification of acceptance will come by February 23, which is earlier than previously scheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience these changes may cause.

Sincerely,Tess Murphy (U of C Undergraduate Philosophy Club)

Saturday, January 5, 2008

University of Waterloo Graduate Conference

University of Waterloo
Philosophy Graduate Students Association
Fifteenth Annual Graduate Conference in Philosophy
April 9 & 10, 2008 Call For Papers

Keynote Speaker:Dr. Patricia S. Churchland
University of California President’s Professor of Philosophy
University of California, San Diego

We welcome high quality submissions in any area of analytic philosophy from graduate students in philosophy. We are planning a specific session for papers on the philosophy of mind. A selection of presented papers will also be published in a graduate students’journal. Submissions should be between 4000 and 5000 words. They must be prepared for blind review and should include, on a detachable cover sheet, the following information: • Paper title• Author’s name• Institutional affiliation• Address/e-mail address• Telephone number• Word count• A short abstract
Please e-mail your submissions in either .doc (not .docx) or .pdf format to If you prefer to submit papers by mail, please send two (2) copies to:
Philosophy Graduate Students Association
c/o Department of PhilosophyUniversity of Waterloo
200 University Avenue WestWaterloo, ON N2T 1H8Canada
For more information about the Universityof Waterloo Philosophy Graduate Students Assocation, its conferences and its publications, please visit:
Submission Deadline:February 1, 2008

--W. Jim 337PHIL 145 office hour: Wednesday, 10:30 to 11:30

History of Philosophy Graduate Conference

Hi everybody:

Sorry to have missed this- here is an upcoming history of philosophy graduate conference posting forwarded from Laurie:

The philosophy department at the University of Western Ontario would like to invite paper submissions on any topic in the history of philosophy. Submission deadline has been extended to February 1st 2008(email submissions to

Please visit our website (in progress) at:
for the call for papers and other information.

Thank you,

Julie Walsh
Department of PhilosophyTalbot College, Rm. 339
The University of Western Ontario
London, ON N6A 3K7(519) 661-3453

Thursday, January 3, 2008

The Myth of Jones and the Myth of Mental Entities

I have written this paper which I would like to present at a Philosophical Friday:

I'd be happy to present the first or second Friday back, which ever is most convenient for everyone.