The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) and Radboud University Nijmegen invite all Research Master students to a two-day winter school, which will take place on 22-23 February 2019 at Radboud University.
University of Vienna. Deadline: December 9th, 2018.
The OZSW congratulates Anna Blijdenstein, Hafez Ismaili M’hamdi en Bert van den Berg with their media appearance in Dutch newspaper Trouw, 23 October 2018. Check out theyoungphilosophers.org, which is hosted by the OZSW, to find an extensive interview about their recent PhD research and also interviews with three other OZSW young philosphers who have recently been awared their PhDs: … Continue reading OZSW promovendi in Trouw
Publiekssite www.theyoungphilosophers.org aangevuld met zes nieuwe onderzoekers Waarom slaat de term ‘joods-christelijke beschaving’ nergens op? Sluiten evolutietheorie en morele objectiviteit elkaar uit? Wanneer is de vraag naar de vrije wil relevant (soms) en wanneer niet (vaak)? Wie is er verantwoordelijk voor de gezondheid van de allerkleinsten in achterstandswijken? En waarom is depressie in de eerste … Continue reading ZES ‘JONGE’ FILOSOFEN OP HET BRAINWASH FESTIVAL
Delft University of Technology Deadline: November 12th 2018
VU University Amsterdam, School of Business and Economics. Deadline for application: 25th of November, 2018.
Erasmus University Rotterdam Deadline application: December 1st 2018
Erasmus University Rotterdam Deadline of application: November 1st 2018
Philosophy is a discipline with a wide range of topics, intellectual traditions, and methodologies and therefore the question what quality in philosophy is does not have an easy answer. The project ‘Quality indicators for Philosophy’ (QIP) has been a search for answers to this question. It has resulted in indicators for scientific quality and for … Continue reading Quality Indicators for Philosophy
The Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW) invites PhD and Research Master Students in Philosophy to register for the course ‘Messenger or Thief? The Ends of Interpretation’, to take place from November 30th – December 1st 2018.