The Universalist/Localist Dilemma

Everyone of us, non-Westerners, BIPOC, BAME, immigrants, disabled folks, women, etc. who has tried to develop a career in science, philosophy, art, literature or in academia in general knows well the loose-loose dilemma of having to decide whether to try to contribute to philosophy, science, art, whatever as it is already recognised in mainstream metropolitan […]

CFP: Intellectual Ability and Disability: New Questions for Philosophy of Education (deadline: Dec. 1, 2019)*

Special Issue of Philosophical Inquiry in Education (PIE)Co-edited by Ashley Taylor (Colgate University) and Kevin McDonough (McGill University) Intellectual Ability and Disability: New Questions for Philosophy of Education Although philosophy and disability studies have often been regarded as disparate fields, philosophers have become increasingly interested in applying the insights from disability studies scholarship and activism to debates […]

CFP: Posthumanism: Cinema Philosophy Media, Brock University, May 15-17, 2020 (deadline: Dec. 1, 2019)

Posthumanism: Cinema Philosophy Media 15 to 17 May 2020 at Brock University (St. Catharine’s, Ontario, Canada) How do moving images and thinking intersect to mobilize posthumanist perspectives? More than cinema as philosophy or the philosophy of media, this conference welcomes papers that interrogate posthuman pathways emerging within the intersections of cinema, philosophy, and media as […]