Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Tennessee Philosophical Association

Colleagues,



You've met your classes. You've paid your taxes. Comes now the time to turn on the creative juices and prepare your paper for the 39th annual meeting of the Tennessee Philosophical Association. The meetings will be held (as usual) in Nashville on October 26-27, 2007 (a bit earlier than you may have come to expect). The deadline for submission is September 14, 2007. Papers should be sent to

Prof. Phil Oliver

Department of Philosophy
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132

jamesphiloliver@yahoo.com



As always, the Association welcomes contributions representing all areas of philosophy, but this year, special consideration will be given papers relating to Professor John Lachs' lifetime interests, especially the relevance of philosophy for life.



The official CALL FOR PAPERS is posted at http://www.tpaweb.org/callforpapers.html <http://www.tpaweb.org/callforpapers.html> . A copy is attached to this message.



I look forward to seeing you in Nashville.



Charles E. Cardwell, Secretary

Tennessee Philosophical Association

cecardwell@pstcc.edu

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