A contingent of UNT philosophers attended the inaugural Public Philosophy Network meeting in Washington, DC, Advancing Publicly Engaged Philosophy | Philosophy & Religion

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December 6, 2011

A contingent of UNT philosophers attended the inaugural Public Philosophy Network meeting in Washington, DC, Advancing Publicly Engaged Philosophy

*10/06 - 10/09/2011. A contingent of UNT philosophers attended the inaugural Public Philosophy Network meeting in Washington, DC, Advancing Publicly Engaged Philosophy http://publicphilosophynetwork.ning.com/page/conference-schedule.

The conference will include a mix of formal and infoemal sessions on various issues in practical & field philosophy. Prof. Robert Frodeman http://csid.unt.edu/about/People/frodeman.html & Prof. J. Britt Holbrook http://csid.unt.edu/about/People/holbrook.html gave a workshop, "Opportunities for Philosophers for National Science Foundation Funding" (10/07).

Prof. Adam Briggle http://csid.unt.edu/about/People/briggle.html presented "What Can Bioethics Teach Us About Public Philosophy?" (10/08).

Prof. J. Britt Holbrook http://csid.unt.edu/about/People/holbrook.html delivers "A Case Study in Field Philosophy: the Comparative Assessment of Peer review" (10/08)