Second Annual Online Philosophy Conference

The second Online Philosophy Conference has begun, and the first week's presentations are up. If you didn't participate in last year's OPC, here's how it works: a presentation and one or two responses are posted for you to read, and comments are open to everyone for discussion. This year, they've also included two keynote addresses, one for each week. This week's keynote address is by Ernest Sosa. Stop by and check it all out.

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