Friday, March 20, 2009

Georgia Philosophical Society
Spring Meeting
Saturday, March 28th
Clayton State University*
9:00 Coffee & Conversation
9:30 Stephen Matthew Duncan: “Can I Be Many?”
Georgia State University
10:30 Nathan Nobis: “Why Francis Beckwith’s Case
Against Abortion Fails” Morehouse College
11:30 Business Meeting
12:00 Lunch
2:00 Raleigh Miller: “Two Dimensions of Moral
Responsibility” Georgia State University
3:00 Roger Wertheimer: “Origin of Metalinguistic
Misconception” Agnes Scott College
Advance copies available by e-mail from Raymond Woller at
rwoller@uga.edu
DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS
http://www.clayton.edu/maps.htm
We’re meeting in 260 University Center
Once you enter campus on Clayton State Blvd, follow it down and around the curve
(Arts & Sciences bldg is on right at bottom) and park in a lot on the left. En route to
the parking, you can see the University Center off to the right just beyond dorms on the
left. It’s the tall new-looking building in the middle of the campus For help on campus
call our host Ron Jackson at 404-790-4830.

1 comment:

Nathan Nobis said...

Minutes of the Georgia Philosophical Society business meeting held at Clayton State University
on March 28, 2009
The meeting was called to order by President Harald Thorsrud at 11:30.
Fourteen members attended the meeting.
After a short discussion it was decided to have Fall meeting are either the Clarkson or Dunwoody
campus of Perimeter College. The reasons were that these gave the most convenient access to
most of the members.
After a short discussion it was decided to reduce the number of presentations at the meeting from
four to three, and to begin meetings at 9:30 with refreshments and the business meeting, followed
by presentations and discussion at 10:00, 11:00, and 12 noon. Participants and attendees could
then have lunch together if they please.
(The Board of Regents Philosophy Committee, which schedules their meeting to coincide with
the Georgia Phil meetings would meet at 1:30.)
Nathan Nobis has volunteered to work on setting up a Ga Phil website.
Respectfully submitted
Raymond Woller
Secretary