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APA Proceedings and Addresses now online

Thursday, November 7, 2019   (0 Comments)
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The 2019 volume of the Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association is now online! This year’s volume includes the following presidential addresses and prize lectures in addition to memorial minutes, awards, and a listing of recent donors.

Presidential Addresses

  • Anita L. Allen, “The Philosophy of Privacy and Digital Life” (2019 Eastern Division)
  • Richard J. Arneson, “Individual Well-Being and Social Justice ” (2019 Pacific Division)
  • Jennifer Nagel, “Epistemic Territory” (2019 Central Division)

Dewey Lectures

  • Cora Diamond, “Reflections of a Dinosaur” (2019 Eastern Division)
  • Michael Friedman, “Philosophy, Science, and History: A Personal Perspective” (2019 Pacific Division)
  • Alison M. Jaggar, “Academic Philosophy: What Is It? What Do We Want It To Be?” (2019 Central Division)

Romanell Lecture

  • Hartry Field, “A ‘Naturalistic’ Take on Epistemology” (2019 Eastern Division)

This volume of the Proceedings also includes the 2019 Sanders and Kant Lectures, as well as the 2016 Sanders Lecture:

Sanders Lectures

  • Timothy Williamson, “Morally Loaded Cases in Philosophy” (2019 Central Division)
  • Onora ONeill, “Kant on Indeterminacy, Judgement, and Interpretation” (2016 Central Division)

De Gruyter Kant Lecture

  • Barbara Herman, “Making Others’ Ends Our Own: The Challenges of Kantian Beneficence” (2019 Pacific Division)

The print volume will be mailed on November 13 to APA members who were subscribed to receive it as of November 1. All current APA members who are signed into the website will be able to view the Proceedings online by going to Publications > Proceedings and Addresses.

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