Issuing soon, another Climate Philosophy Newsletter. We welcome updates, contributions, and news about your current research in Philosophy on climate change and the environmental crisis and related aspects.
As a central theme concerning climate philosophy, ethics is important, but we are also very interested in non-normative research, e.g. in epistemology, philosophy of science, phenomenology, social and political philosophy, and Marxism. Other areas or topics could be the ontology of climate, climate change, climate denial, cognitive dissonance, disenlightenment (US), limits of growth, critique of the political economy, civil evolution, philosophical alternatives, research in comparative philosophy related to the eco-crisis, sustainability, synthetic philosophy, water- and land management, and conceptual research related to drought, wildfires, environmental services overshoots, climate-related gender issues, and environmental justice. Submissions can be articles, news, research, book reviews, recommendations for our growing bibliography of resources, etc.
The submission deadline is December 15, 2013
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