Mid-South CFP

Call for papers Please distribute


The 20th annual Mid-South Philosophy Conference is scheduled for
Friday afternoon and Saturday -- February 23-24, 1996 -- at The
University of Memphis, USA. Papers on any topic of philosophic interest
are welcomed. Papers are limited to 30 minutes reading time (normally,
12 double-spaced pages). Send TWO printed copies with a 100-word
abstract (if possible, include an ASCII copy on a computer diskette) to:

Professor Ralph D. Ellis
Department of Religion & Philosophy
Clark Atlanta University
James P. Brawdley Drive at Fair Street SW
Atlanta, GA 30314

Papers must be submitted by JANUARY 5, 1996. Please include your
email address. Papers will be reviewed by a committee, and notification
of acceptance will be made in late January. Each paper will have a
commentator. Those interested in commenting should notify Professor
Ellis no later than January 26 of your availability and areas of
interest. His email address is rellis@xxxxxxx and his telephone number
is 404-981-8187.

Professor SUSAN HAACK of The University of Miami will be the
keynote speaker. Funding for the keynote speaker is provided by The
University of Memphis Center for the Humanities, directed by Professor
Thomas Nenon.

The University of Memphis Undergraduate Philosophy Conference will
be running parallel sessions. Please encourage students to attend and
submit papers.

Professor Nenon will make arrangements at local hotels, and he will
work with the Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. He can be contacted
at TNENON@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx or at The Center for the Humanities, The
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152.

The Mid-South Philosophy Conference is supported and underwritten
by The Philosophy Department & The Center for the Humanities of The
University of Memphis, and by The Philosophy Department & The Institute
of Liberal Arts of Oklahoma City University.



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