71st Annual Meeting of the New Mexico-Texas Philosophical Society
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The New Mexico Texas Philosophical Society (NM-TX) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting philosophical thought and education. NM-TX holds annual meetings in the Spring semester and is an inviting place for philosophers of all levels to present their ideas. Pursuant to the mission of NM-TX, the Society publishes a professional journal Southwest Philosophical Studies (SPS). SPS is a blind and peer reviewed journal which publishes ten to twelve of the best papers accepted into the annual conference.
The 71st annual conference is being planned as a hybrid event. We are hoping to host a small gathering at Baylor University alongside virtual presentations. We are prepared to go completely online if circumstances require.
Submissions may be eligible for the following awards. Authors of accepted papers will be asked to indicate if they are graduate students or recent PhDs in order to determine eligibility for the Alexander award.
(1) Hubert Griggs Alexander Memorial Award for an excellent paper by a graduate student or recent PhD (within the last three years) on any topic. Award recipient will receive a $100.00 prize and publication in Southwest Philosophical Studies;
(2) Glenn C. Joy Awards for the three best submissions by a philosopher at any career level on any topic. First prize is $750, second prize is $250, and third prize is $100. All Genn C. Joy awarded papers will be published in Southwest Philosophical Studies.
For more information about lodging and conference registration, visit http://nmtx.org/.
May 7, 2021, 7:45pm CST
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