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Working Group on Ecological Sustainability

The working group on ecological sustainability has developed a Best Practices Guide to help make academic work in philosophy more climate-friendly. The document can be found here (in German). 

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Photo gallery from GAP.11 is online

September 30, 2022. Here can find photos from our congress “Philosophy and the Public” here (Photographer: Philipp Plum).

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GAP Essay Award 2022

The essay question is:
You can’t argue about taste, can you?

Further information can be found here.

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Death of Friedrich Kambartel

On April 25, 2022, Friedrich Kambartel passed away at the age of 87. Kambartel was among the GAP’s founding members. Here is an obituary that honors his philosophical lifetime achievement, written by Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer (in German).

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Logic4Peace

The ILLC Amsterdam is hosting the fundraising event »Logic4Peace«. All registration fees will be donated to Ukraine. GAP has joined the board of contributing institutions. 

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Jury decision on the 2021 joint essay prize of the GAP and GPS

The Society for Analytic Philosophy (GAP) and Grazer Philosophische Studien (GPS) are pleased about the interest in the essay question: What did Plato, Kant or Arendt grasp better than current analytic philosophy?

15 submissions were received (five of which were from women). A jury thoroughly considered the contributions, which were rendered anonymous. After careful deliberation, ...

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PhilPublica: The First Year

One year ago, GAP and DGPhil launched the web portal PhilPublica. An interim report can be found here (in German).

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Franz von Kutschera turns 90

Today, March 3rd, 2022, our honorary member Franz von Kutschera turns 90. With his more than 30 monographs, von Kutschera has expanded the spectrum of analytic philosophy in impressive ways. He has been an honorary member since 1997. The university of Regensburg is hosting a symposium in his honor in July. A laudation by Wolfgang Lenzen can be found here (in German). 

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The Frege Prize goes to Martine Nida-Rümelin

Martine Nida-Rümelin (Université de Fribourg) receives the Frege Prize in 2022. Every three years, GAP honors a German-speaking philosopher for outstanding achievements in the field of analytic philosophy with this prize. Previous laureates were Wolfgang Künne (2009), Rüdiger Bittner (2012), Wolfgang Spohn (2015), and Dieter Birnbacher (2018). Martine Nida-Rümelin is being honored for her ...

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