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Minimalist seascape

I have been terrible at posting, but my excuse is that I am traveling. Here’s a picture just to indicate that I am still here and that I have not abandoned the blog. It is a sea scape version of … Continue reading

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CFP: Society for Analytical Feminism-Central APA

PLEASE POSTSociety for Analytical FeminismFeminist Philosophy in the Analytic Tradition CALL FOR PAPERSSAF Session at the Central Division APA MeetingsPalmer House Hilton, Chicago, IllinoisFebruary 18-21, 2009NOTE DATE CHANGE! The Society for Analytical Feminism invites submissions for a session at the … Continue reading

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Society for Analytical Feminism conference

Forgive my very late reporting, but even though it was almost a month ago already, I still think that it is worth saying something about the wonderful Society for Analytical Feminism conference in Kentucky at the beginning of April. You … Continue reading

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A Psychotherapist’s Observation

I was in San Francisco over the weekend and while wandering around the de Young Museum looking at American art, S and I ran into some people that he knew. One of these was a psychotherapist from a mid-western urban … Continue reading

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More on the APA-Report on CSW panel

In a previous post I mentioned the CSW (APA Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession) panel Strategizing Changes in the Culture and Ideology of Philosophy at the Pacific APA. Here is a brief report on that panel … Continue reading

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My Pacific APA

Last week the Pacific Division of the APA met. For a very brief, visual summary, see this post at Feminist Philosophers. I found the meeting truly interesting for a change. It wasn’t so much the sessions, though there were good … Continue reading

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Women in Philosophy: What’s Next?

The APA’s Committee on the Status of Women is sponsoring a special session at the Pacific Division meeting next week in Pasadena (see the complete program here). Thursday, March 20 1:00-4:00 p.m. Topic: Strategizing Changes in the Culture and Ideology … Continue reading

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On Objectivity

While this post is on objectivity more generally it is specifically about Objectivity by Lorraine Daston and Peter Galison. There are three main points that I took away from the book, though there is much more there that others might … Continue reading

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Society for Analytical Feminism 2nd Conference Program

The Society for Analytical Feminism 2nd Conference program is not available and is posted below. The conference will be at the Radisson Hotel in Lexington, KY from April 4-6, 2008. Registration forms and the a downloadable version of the program … Continue reading

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Women, Work, and the Academy

Women, Work, and the Academy written by Alison Wylie, Janet R. Jakobsen, and Gisela Fosado in now available from the Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW). There is also a video of a panel on the topic and other … Continue reading

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