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reminder two professoral positions ( ancient philosophy and philosophy of science) open at the University of Geneva

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  • Pascal Engel
    Two positions are open at the Dpt of philosophy, University of Geneva 1. philosophy of science 2. ancient philosophy deadline for applications : 23 April 2010
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 1, 2010
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      Two positions are open at the Dpt of philosophy, University of Geneva

      1. philosophy of science

      2. ancient philosophy

      deadline for applications : 23 April 2010

      all details at

      http://www.unige.ch/lettres/faculte/Emploi.html

      ( applications in English or other languages are welcome, teaching in
      Geneva is in French at the BA level, can be in english at the MA and
      graduate level, the non francophone successful candidate being expected
      to teach in French within a year or two)

      Pascal Engel
    • Franz
      *Apologies for multiple postings* **Second Call for Abstracts** ... **Logic and Language Conference** Friday 24th September - Sunday 26th September, 2010
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 1, 2010
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        *Apologies for multiple postings*

        **Second Call for Abstracts**

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        **Logic and Language Conference**


        Friday 24th September - Sunday 26th September, 2010

        University of Aberdeen, Northern Institute of Philosophy


        The 2010 Logic and Language Conference is the first of a series of
        conferences co-organized by the Northern Institute of Philosophy at the
        University of Aberdeen, and by the Centre for Logic and Language of the
        Institute of Philosophy at the School of Advanced Study, University of
        London.
        Staged every two years, alternating location between Aberdeen and London,
        this workshop aims at resurrecting the traditional UK Logic and Language
        conference series and at becoming a prominent feature in the British
        philosophical calendar.
        The Conference is meant primarily as a showcase for young philosophers to
        present and discuss their best work, but will host keynote speakers as well.
        For this first edition, the topic for the invited contributions is "Fiction
        and Fictionalism".
        However, submissions are welcome in any areas of Philosophical Logic broadly
        conceived, Philosophy of Language, and the interface between Linguistics and
        Philosophy.

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        Invited speakers:

        JC Beall (University of Connecticut)
        Manuel Garcia-Carpintero (University of Barcelona/Logos)
        Graham Priest (University of Melbourne and CUNY Graduate Centre)
        Greg Restall (University of Melbourne)
        Mark Sainsbury (University of Texas, Austin)

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        Submission details:

        We welcome submissions of 1,000-1,500 words abstracts (incl. bibliography),
        prepared for anonymous refereeing.

        Please send your submissions as e-mail attachments to Sharon Coull:
        s.coull@... , specifying name, affiliation, and contact e-mail
        address.

        Submitted abstracts will be double-blind refereed by a scientific committee
        organized by the Northern Institute of Philosophy and the Institute of
        Philosophy.

        Submission deadline: April 18, 2010.
        Notification of acceptance: May 30, 2010.
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