Spring Reading Group: African American Philosophy as African American Studies, beginning January 19, 2021

Spring Reading Group and CyberSeminar The AIPCT is pleased to announce that this years’ Spring reading group will be a survey of will be a survey of “African American Philosophy as African American Studies,” led by Anthony Sean Neal, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Mississippi State University. Sessions will begin…

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Fall Reading Group: Pragmatism and Philosophical Anthropology, beginning September 9, 2021

Fall Reading Group and CyberSeminar The AIPCT is pleased to announce that this years’ fall reading group will be a survey of “Pragmatism and Philosophical Anthropology,” led by John Shook, co-director and co-founder of AIPCT, who teaches at Georgetown University and Bowie State University. If you have always intended to…

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Annual Institute Lecture: Crispin Sartwell “Why Philosophy Tried to Commit Suicide in the 20th Century (and a Bit about Why It Failed)

The AIPCT is pleased to announce its 5th annual Institute Lecture. The lecture is now available here. This year’s speaker is Crispin Sartwell, Professor of Philosophy at Dickinson College. His Lecture is “Why Philosophy Tried to Commit Suicide in the 20th Century (and a Bit about Why It Failed)” The…

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