Call for Papers
Pragmatism & Science Conference
July 19th-20th, 2009
The Center for Inquiry, Transnational
We are currently seeking papers addressing pragmatism and
science. Papers may be on any aspect of pragmatism, pragmaticism,
neo-pragmatism, or naturalism and one or more of the scientific
disciplines (e.g. quantum mechanics; molecular biology;
neuroendocrinology). We are especially interested in applications
of new research to the tenets of pragmatism, as well as the
application of pragmatic methods to problems arising in the
sciences or philosophy of science. Faculty, graduate students,
and independent scholars are encouraged to submit original,
previously unpublished papers.
Reading time should be around 20 minutes.
All papers should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Papers should be prepared for blind review, and all papers should
be sent in either .doc or .pdf format.
Deadline for submissions is: March 31st, 2009.
John Bickle (University of Cincinnati)
Lawrence Cahoone (College of the Holy Cross)
Ron Giere (University of Minnesota)
Don Howard (University of Notre Dame)
The conference will also feature workshops for graduate students,
interested faculty members, and independent scholars, which will
be directed by John Shook (Center for Inquiry/University at
Buffalo) and Ron Giere.
We are currently planning on publishing papers and round table
discussions from the conference in an edited volume. Podcasts
will also be made available of discussions and workshops.
Please direct any questions you have concerning the conference to:
Mark Dietrich Tschaepe
Naturalism Research Fellow
Assistant to the VP of Research
The Center for Inquiry - Transnational
3965 Rensch Road
Amherst, NY 14228