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Friday, February 24, 2006

2006 Stanford, Berkeley, Davis graduate student conference...

...anyone game? It is still not too late to submit a paper, and get a chance to present in front of fellow grad students (which is a lot less intimidating than presenting at, e.g. an APA conference). I know that Jesse is going. I am, too. And I'm trying to get Dylan and Jake to go, too. If you're interested in presenting, here is the call for papers:


2006 Berkeley - Stanford - Davis
Graduate Student Philosophy Conference
April 8, Stanford University

Keynote Speaker: John Perry,
Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor of Philosophy,
Stanford University

Submission Guidelines:
1. Paper length should be suitable for a 20 min.
presentation (approx. 15 pages, standard format)
2. Include a cover page with author's name, title of paper,
institutional affiliation, and contact information
(preferably email)
3. Body of the paper should be in blind review format with
no information identifying the author.
4. Deadline for submission is midnight, March 15.

Please email submissions and all inquiries to tokyodrifter@gmail.com
preferably with "2006 BSD conference" in the subject heading.

This conference is open to all graduate students in philosophy
currently studying in California. Submissions on any area of
philosophy are welcome.


  • At 5:36 PM, Blogger Anand Vaidya said…

    Hey are any of you going. Let me know I think I may come out for that event. Anand

  • At 8:50 AM, Blogger the metaphysician said…


    I'm going. The paper I submitted got accepted. :)

  • At 8:07 AM, Blogger the metaphysician said…

    The schedule for this conference is now out:


    I guess Jesse and I will be representin' the South Side. Peace, y'all.


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