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[ineb] Fw: Call for Papers: 28th Conference on Value Inquiry

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  • John Willemsens
    ... Globalization. Areas of investigation for the conference include, but are not limited to: Social, Moral, Political, Economic, Environmental, and
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 22, 1999
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      > Call for Papers: Deadline February 4, 2000
      >
      > 28th Conference on Value Inquiry
      > April 13-15, 2000
      > Lamar University
      > Beaumont, Texas
      > Values in an Age of Globalization
      >
      >
      > Plenary Speakers
      > Julius Moravcsik, Stanford University
      > George Sher, Rice University
      >
      >
      > Value Inquiry in the Age of Gloabalization
      > The theme of the 28th Conference on Value Inquiry is Values in an Age of
      Globalization. Areas of investigation for the conference include, but are
      not limited to: Social, Moral, Political, Economic, Environmental, and
      Aesthetic Values, the Teaching of Values, and the Resolution of Conflict
      between Competing Values and between Theory and Practice. Of particular
      interest are papers that discuss issues and conflicts of values that have
      arisen as a result of the social, political, economic, scientific, and
      technological developments involved with globalization.
      >
      > Papers may be practically or theoretically oriented. Topics may be
      > disciplinary and focus on questions within a single field of value
      inquiry.
      > Topics may be interdisciplinary and range over issues relating to
      different fields of value inquiry. Topics may even be metadisciplinary and
      address purely conceptual issues relating to evaluative considerations and
      conflicts in general, as well as their relation to non-evaluative matters.
      >
      > Papers should be limited to approximately 20 minutes reading time. You
      may submit your abstract by email or regular mail. To send your abstract by
      email, simply click here. If you are sending your abstract by regular mail,
      please send two copies of an abstract, not more than 450 words, to either:
      >
      >
      > Kevin E. Dodson, Conference Coordinator
      > 28th Conference on Value Inquiry
      > P. O. Box 10023
      > Lamar University
      > Beaumont, TX 77710
      > E-Mail: dodsonke@...
      >
      >
      > Thomas Magnell, Executive Director
      > The Conference on Value Inquiry
      > Department of Philosophy
      > Drew University
      > Madison, New Jersey 07940
      > Email: tmagnell@...
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