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2017 Pittsburgh Area Philosophy Colloquium Schedule

Working Groups
 9:00 – 12:00
 Details on working group room assignments will be available at the registration desk.   Lunch 12:00-1:00 Commons Dining Room (assemble at the registration desk at 12:00)   Keynote Address
 1:00 – 2:15, Burnett 114 (Yost … Continue reading

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Working Group Papers

For participants: Analytic: AnalyticPapers Continental: (coming soon) Ethics: (EthicsGroup1) (EthicsGroup2) History: (coming soon)

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2017 PAPC Registration Page

Here, you can both both pre-register for this year’s conference, and sign up to join us at the banquet on the evening of September 9th. We have PayPal links below for various registration options, and we’ll email you receipts after … Continue reading

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2017 PAPC Announcement and CFP

The 2017 Pittsburgh Area Philosophy Colloquium will be held on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, PA.  Our keynote speaker this year will be  Dr. Abraham Roth of The* Ohio State University. Our format this … Continue reading

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2016 PAPC Schedule

The full schedule for the 2016 Pittsburgh Area Philosophy Colloquium (to be held on Saturday, September 10th) is now available.  Click below for more details.

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Keynote Speaker for the 2016 PAPC

We’re pleased to announce that this year’s keynote speaker will be Dan Selcer of Duquesne University.  He has been a friend and generous contributor to the PAPC in the past, and he’s a welcome addition to the program this year. … Continue reading

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The Pittsburgh Area Philosophy Colloquium Returns on September 10, 2016

Since we’re all very, very serious professionals here at the PAPC, we opted not to accompany this announcement with a picture or clip of Schwarzenegger as the Terminator uttering “I’ll be back.” Silly! Unprofessional!  (Also, announcing that you will be … Continue reading

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