Colloquium 2010 - A Day of Φιλο-ΣοΦια (Philo-Sophia): Friendship and Philosophical Discussion

  • 30 Nov 2010
  • Murdoch University
Colloquium 2010
A Day of Φιλο-ΣοΦια (Philo-Sophia): Friendship and Philosophical Discussion
Murdoch University
30 November in BHLT, Murdoch University

The Murdoch Philosophy, in conjunction the Krishna Somers Foundation for Diaspora Studies, the Murdoch School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of Arts and Education, are proud to host the Philosophy Colloquium in 2010.

The Colloquium will be held at Murdoch University on Tuesday, 30 November and is open to academics, undergraduate and postgraduate students. Papers are refereed, and a certificate will be awarded for the best student paper.

The Keynote Speaker:
Professor David R. Keller, Director, Center for the Study of Ethics, Utah Valley University

Our goal is to provide a forum for the vital exchange of ideas in a supportive, collegial atmosphere, as well as to foster ties between philosophy departments, staff and students.
The Colloquium is kindly sponsored by:

The Krishna Somers Foundation for Diaspora Studies

The Centre for Applied Ethics at Curtin University of Technology

The Research Ethics Office at Murdoch University

The Murdoch University School of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Faculty of Arts and Education

Philosophy at the University of Western Australia

Contact:

Dr Lubica Ucnik
Philosophy
School of Social Sciences and Humanities
Faculty of Arts and Education
Murdoch University
Western Australia 6150

Program of the Colloquium can be found here:
http://philosophy.murdoch.edu.au/colloquium_10.html

Contributed Paper Sessions

Contributed papers should normally be scheduled as 55 minute sessions, with approximately 30 minutes for presentation and 25 minutes for questions and discussion.

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