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Sunday, November 18, 2012

SAAP 2013

Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy

40th Annual Meeting

March 7-9, 2013

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club


Call for Volunteer Editor of Royce on PhilPapers

In an effort to improve the visibility of Royce-related scholarship, the JRS is calling for a volunteer editor for the Josiah Royce page of PhilPapers. While this is an uncompensated position, it would contribute greatly to the Society and the profession as a whole through providing a free and unified Royce bibliography.

The summary of editorial responsibility and the application process is available here: http://philpapers.org/browse/josiah-royce/application.html

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

JRS at Pacific APA

2013 Pacific APA JRS Session

San Francisco, CA  


Thursday Evening, March 28
G5C     Josiah Royce Society
6:00-9:00 p.m.
Topic:  Royce in Relation: Loyalty and History
Chair:  Scott L. Pratt (University of Oregon)

Robert McDermott (California Institute of Integral Studies)
   "Royce’s Philosophy of Loyalty, Sorrow, and Atonement in
    Response to Ecological Devastation"   
Francesco Poggiani (Pennsylvania State University)
    "Royce’s Analysis of Nietzsche and J. M. Guyau’s Approach
      to the Ethical Problem"

Kipton Jensen (Morehouse College)
    "The Growing Edges of the Beloved Community: From Royce

     (and James) to Thurman (and King)"

David Vessey (Grand Valley State University)
     "What We Can Learn from Reading Royce’s Interpretations

      of Fichte"

Monday, November 5, 2012

JRS at Central APA

Josiah Royce Society
2013 APA Central Division meeting
The Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, LA
02/20-02/23 2013

Group session 68
Sponsored by the Josiah Royce Society

Tentative time: Thursday, 02/21,  7:30 PM-10:30 PM
Topic: Temporality and Community
     Randall E. Auxier (SIUC) chair

     John D. Glenn (Tulane University), speaker:
          "Now and Then: Considerations of Two Arguments 

          about Time"

     J. L. Roche (SIUC), speaker:
          "Roycean Interpretation and Temporality in

          Community Disaster"