Sunday, June 26, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
The 2011 Meeting of the Central States Philosophical Association will take place September 15-17 at The Moonrise Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri. The cut-off date for reserving a room at the group rate is August 14, 2011. The cost for the hotel rooms at the Moonrise Hotel are $139 or $149 (the latter is an extra large room for sharing). To get that rate you should mention that you are booking a room for the Central States Philosophical Association Conference. Make your reservations early as they only have 75 rooms at the conference rate.
The hotel has a rooftop bar, where we will socialize at night. The hotel is in one of the most active areas of St. Louis called "the University City Loop" or just the "The Loop" for short. There are dozens of restaurants and bars within walking distance, including Pi, the pizza restaurant where President Obama dined when he was in St. Louis. The conference rooms are across the street from the hotel.
Cheaper accommodation is available here. Rates Starting at $39.99.
1405 Dunn Road, St Louis, MO
This place will work great if you have a car. If you are looking for cheaper accommodation, you can also go to: http://www.hotels.com/.
You can take the metro link directly from Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL) to University City, where the Moonrise Hotel is located. A taxi from the airport to the hotel will cost you between $30 and $40.
Sunday, June 19, 2011
I have uploaded a new version of my presentism paper and two new papers to my website:
Presentism, Primitivism and The Problem of Cross-Temporal Relations: Lessons from Hoslistic Ersatzism and Dynamic Semantics
Intellectual Flourishing as the Fundamental Epistemic Norm
Wednesday, June 08, 2011
The 2011 Central States Philosophical Association meeting, hosted by the University of Missouri–St. Louis, will take place at:
The Moonrise Hotel, 6177 Delmar, St. Louis, MO 63112
September 15–17, 2011
Keynote Speakers: John Hawthorne (University of Oxford) and John Doris (Washington University)
You need not be a member of an institution in the central states area to participate. The deadline for submission of colloquium papers has passed, however, the program committee still welcomes panel proposals and extends the deadline for them to June 30. During a panel's session, the panelists will make five-minute presentations on the panel's topic. After these presentations, there will be a discussion period. The whole session, presentations and discussion, will last an hour.
The program will include panels on these topics:
(1) Metaphysics: Natural kinds
(2) Mind: Physicalism vs. non-physicalism
To join a panel, submit a brief proposal of not more than 500 words that advances a point about the panel’s topic. Include a title page in a separate document with author information and the proposal’s word count, and submit both the proposal, prepared for blind reviewing, and the title page as RTF or PDF files.
The deadline for submission of panel proposals is: June 30, 2011.
Submissions should be sent to Leo Yan at: email@example.com. Responses to submissions will be sent by July 31, 2011.
Suggestions for commentators and session chairs (including self-nominations) are welcome. Information about registration will be sent in July.
Suggestions and questions regarding the program should be directed to Paul Weirich at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions concerning local arrangements should be directed to Brit Brogaard at: email@example.com