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GAP Essay Award 2019

The essay question is:
Why should I leave the car at home, if that does not save the climate?

Further information can be found here.

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Doctoral workshop 2019

on mathematical philosophy, organised by Benedict Eastaugh, Norbert Gratzl, Stephan Hartmann, Hannes Leitgeb, Dunja Šešelja and Rush T. Stewart in cooperation with the GAP, October 11–12, 2019, MCMP, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Deadline for submissions: July 25, 2019. Further information can be found here.

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Jury decision on the 2018 joint essay prize of the GAP and GPS

The Society for Analytic Philosophy (GAP) and Grazer Philosophische Studien (GPS) are pleased about the great interest in the essay question: Can it be rational to accept contradictions? 

28 submissions were received (seven of which were from women). A jury of six experts thoroughly considered the contributions. After careful deliberation, the jury has awarded the following ...

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GAP to become scientific cooperation partner of FID Philosophy

The GAP cooperates with the newly created Fachinformationsdienst (FID) Philosophy (a specialist information service for philosophy, funded by the German Research Foundation DFG) in Cologne. In the near future, the GAP will thus be able to provide access to journals and books for its members that are so far difficult to access online. Further information can be found here.

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Impressions from GAP.10

The large GAP-congress 2018 is over now. We would like to thank all who were there. A special thanks goes to the organising team of GAP.10. Below you can find some impressions from the conference – you can view the slideshow by moving the cursor over the picture or by clicking on the picture. We are very much indebted to Filippo Ferrari (University of Bonn) for providing us with the pictures (copyright Filippo ...

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Wolfgang Stegmüller Award 2018 and De Gruyter Award 2018

The Wolfgang Stegmüller Award 2018 goes to Romy Jaster (HU Berlin), Benjamin Kiesewetter (HU Berlin) and Tom Sterkenburg (LMU Munich). The De Gruyter Award for metaphysics or philosophy of mind goes to Romy Jaster (HU Berlin).

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