CALL FOR PAPERS – ISEE at APA Pacific

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Submissions are invited for the International Society for Environmental Ethics (ISEE) sessions at the 2017 Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association (APA).  The upcoming meeting will be held in the city of Seattle, Washington, from April 12 to April 15, at the Westin Seattle.

Deadline: September 20th, 2016 Continue reading

Call for Papers ─ International Society for Environmental Ethics, 2017 Eastern APA

ISEE Logo 175 by 175Submissions are invited for the International Society for Environmental Ethics (ISEE) sessions at the 2017 Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association (APA).  The meeting will be held January 4-7, 2017, in Baltimore, MD. Continue reading

CALL FOR PAPERS ─ Mountains and Sacred Landscapes (NYC; 2017)

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An International Conference Sponsored by:
India China Institute, The New School
International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture
Center for Latin American and Latino Studies, American University
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development
April 20 – 23, 2017
The New School, New York City
Proposal Submission Deadline: Sept 5, 2016 5pm EST Continue reading

Call for Panel/Session ─ ISEE/PACE Conference

ISEE Logo 125 by 125Call for panel/session on the work of prominent environmental philosopher-activist George Sessions for the upcoming ISEE/PACE conference.
Deadline: April 27, 2016 Continue reading

CALL FOR PAPERS – ISEE 13th Annual Meeting

Call for Papers
The Thirteenth Annual Meeting on Environmental Philosophy
June 29th – July 2nd, 2016
Pace University, New York City
Theme: “Environmental Ethics and Economics: Values & Choices”

Many academic disciplines have given voice to the pressing tensions between economic growth and environmental and social degradation calling for alternatives like economies of scale – sustainable development, steady state. With a few notable exceptions, environmental ethicists have addressed questions of economic impact on the environment most often indirectly through topics like animal welfare, biodiversity, climate change, future generations, natural value(s), population, pollution, sustainability, etc. This conference asks the question: Can environmental philosophy avoid a sustained critique of the current political-economic system and remain a credible participant in the environmental community? In other words, if it is the case, as some influential critics have argued, that the social and economic order in which we live is the single systemic cause for planetary ecological crisis, can we with good conscience remain relatively silent. Topics remain within the purview of standard areas of environmental ethics listed above but the approach would be the impact economics has on those areas. Categories could include:

Environmental and market values
Are the choices of Homo economicus rational?
Sustainable development or unlimited economic growth
Valuing ecological systems
Is there an alternative to neoliberal capitalism?
Compatibility between ecology and economics
Environmental justice
Instruction for Submissions:

Submit 250 word abstracts for 20 minute papers, as well as proposals for multi-participant sessions, to both Robert Chapman (rchapman@pace.edu) and Ben Hale (bhale@colorado.edu)
Please anonymize all paper abstracts (including PDF submissions)
Please do not submit panels without a participation commitment from all proposed participants
Full papers must be available on the ISEE website one month prior to the conference. Papers will be summarized by respondents at the conference rather than read in their entirety, in order to maximize time for discussion.
Deadline: March 1st, 2016

More information: https://appsrv11stage.pace.edu/ISEECon/

Submissions and Academic Inquiries:

Ben Hale
Department of Philosophy
University of Colorado at Boulder, UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0232 – Hellems 167
Phone: (303) 492-6132
Fax: (303) 492-8386

Robert Chapman
Pace University
Departments of Philosophy & Environmental Studies and Science
41 Park Row #718
New York City 10038
Phone: (212) 346-1364

General Conference Inquiries (lodging, food service, transportation, etc.):
Robert Chapman
rchapman@pace.edu
(see additional contact information above).