2015 Conference of the Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy
Concordia's Department of Philosophy is hosting the 2015 conference of the Canadian Society of Continental Philosophy.
The conference features keynote addresses by:
- Steven Crowell (Rice; 2013 Book Award Winner)
- Gaëlle Fiasse (McGill)
- Marie-Andrée Ricard (Laval)
- Jason Wirth (Seattle)
- Kelly Oliver (Vanderbilt)
The talk led by Oliver is on Earth: Love it or Leave It?. The conference features a panel on Future Earth, Future Life, Future People: Environment and Values, with Lorraine Code (York), Matthias Fritsch (Concordia), and Ted Toadvine (Oregon).
Oliver's talk and the panel are free to the general public; the rest of the conference is by registration. There are 20 papers in addition to the above.
This event is sponsored and hosted by the Department of Philosophy; sponsored by Office of the Vice-President Research and Graduate Studies; President's Office; David O'Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise (DOCSE); Department of Religion; Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture (CISSC); Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability; Department of Sociology and Anthropology.