THE INLAND NORTHWEST PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE
The INPC is a topic-focused, interdisciplinary conference on philosophical themes, co-sponsored by the Philosophy Departments at the University of Idaho and Washington State University. The 13th meeting will focus on two core topics in semantics, reference and referring, as investigated by philosophers, linguists, and psychologists, among others.
I. CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION
The Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference (INPC) is a topic-focused conference that brings together those from the humanities and beyond who are interested in the philosophical investigation of key areas of thought. The 13th edition is being planned by Bill Kabasenche, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Washington State University, and Michael O'Rourke, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Idaho. Joseph Keim Campbell, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Washington State University, is Executive Director of the INPC.
II. MISSION AND GOALS
The general mission of the INPC is to provide a forum
for public discussion of classically philosophical topics. Our conference is
intended to facilitate research on such topics, to illustrate to
non-philosophers the importance and pervasiveness of philosophy in our daily
lives, and to help improve the intellectual atmosphere of the Moscow/Pullman
community. The general goal of the INPC is to encourage philosophical
interaction on a variety of different levels between philosophers and
non-philosophers, teachers and students, academics and lay-persons. To achieve
this goal, we encourage interdisciplinary involvement in the conference.
The University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho, and Washington State University in Pullman Washington. These campuses are only 8 miles apart. Transportation will be provided to and from conference venues.
This program is supported in part by the Departments of Philosophy at the University of Idaho and Washington State University, the College of Letters and Sciences at the University of Idaho, the College of Arts and Sciences at Washington State University, and the Research Offices at the University of Idaho and Washington State University. Past editions of the INPC have been supported by grants from the Idaho Humanities Council, a State-Based Program of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Franklin J. Matchette Foundation.
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