CALL FOR PAPERS – 17th Int’l Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Clemson

Call for Papers
17th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum
Conference Theme: “Ethics Without Borders”
Clemson University, Greenville, SC
October 8-10, 2015
Deadline for submissions: August 1st, 2015

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JOB – Visiting Asst. Prof., Philosophy, Loyola University, New Orleans

Loyola_University_New_Orleans_3Updated Sept. 17, 2014: **please note that applications are no longer being accepted and the position has been filled.**

AOS: open

AOC: Applied Ethics, Biomedical Ethics, Environmental Philosophy, Ethics

The Department of Philosophy invites applications for a one-year, Visiting Assistant Professor position to begin August 2014.

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CONFERENCE – “The Ethics of Deextinction”, Concordia (Canada)

Ronald Sandler (Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy; Director, Ethics Institute Northeastern University) will be giving a talk entitled “The Ethics of Deextinction

Friday, February 7th, 2014
3:30 to 5:30pm
Concordia University – EV Building 1605
1515 Sainte-Catherine West – Montreal, QC – Canada

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JOB – Full or Adv. Assoc. Prof., Applied Ethics, Texas A&M

The Department of Philosophy at Texas A&M seeks a senior scholar in an area of applied ethics that has implications for engineering. Appropriate areas might include the philosophy of technology and STS (Science, Technology and Society); the philosophy of risk; social, international, or environmental justice concerns relating to engineering; ethical issues associated with biomedical technology; etc. The successful applicant will assume the Sue and Harry Bovay Chair for the History and Ethics of Professional Engineering.
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CFP – 4th Global Conference: Living Responsibly

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Tuesday 6th May – Thursday 8th May, 2014
Lisbon, Portugal

How can we live responsibly, taking care of one another and of our planet?  This is the question faced by everyone who wants, so far as they can, to do what is right, and it is at the heart of Living Responsibly: Reflecting on the Ethical Decisions of Everyday Life. Continue reading