CFP: Tennessee Philosophical Association

Submission deadline: September 1, 2024

Conference date(s):
November 1, 2024

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Conference Venue:

Vanderbilt University, Philosophy Department, Tennessee Philosophical Association
Nashville, United States

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Tennessee Philosophical Association
55th Annual Meeting: November 1-2, 2024
Vanderbilt University

Papers are welcome on topics in any area of philosophy.Maximum length is 3,000 words for the body of the paper (approximately 10 double-spaced pages). Head your paper with a short abstract of no more than 100 words. Please use Times New Roman or other suitable 12-point font. Electronic submissions are strongly preferred. Please include your title, 100-word abstract, and word count in your submission email.The paper itself may be in Word, rtf, or PDF format.If you cannot submit electronically, mail two hardcopies to the association president; be sure to include an email address for follow up communication.

Dr. Court Lewis (Pellissippi State Community College), author of Repentance and the Right to Forgiveness (Lexington) and The Real Meaning of Doctor Who (Open Universe), editor of Forgiveness Confronts Race, Relationships, and the Social (Vernon Press), and co-editor (with Gregory L. Bock) of The Ethics of Anger (Lexington) and Righteous Indignation: Christianity and Anger (Fortress Press), will deliver the Presidential Address on the evening of Friday, November 1, 2024. Sessions will meet on November 2, 2024. As is our custom, all meetings will be held in Furman Hall, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

Deadline for receipt of submissionsis Friday, September 1, 2024.

Submissions should be sent directly to our President:

Court Lewis
[email protected]
[subject line: "TPA submission"]

Snail mail:
Court Lewis
Pellissippi State Community College

McWherter (MC) 310

10915 Hardin Valley Road

PO Box 22990

Knoxville, TN 37933-0990

Respondents:  We will issue a call for commentators in late September; please help by volunteering and encouraging your advanced students and colleagues to do so, too.

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