April 30 - May 2,2010



Conference attendees should register online here:


A $10 surcharge will be applied to registration received after April 29th (including on-site registration). Please help us work with our caterers by registering early. Thanks!


Option 1 Faculty and Professional $120
    Student $50  
  Option 2 Faculty and Professional $80  
    Student $40  

Option 1: Includes lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday (the University Inn offers a continental breakfast from 6AM on Mondays through Fridays), break items throughout the conference, and access to meeting rooms for conference sessions.

Option 2:
Includes continental breakfast on Sunday and break items throughout the conference, and access to all conference sessions.


The University Inn in Moscow, ID (800-325-8765 or 208-882-0550) is the primary hotel for the conference, and they have a special conference rate for the INPC. You must call them directly in order to get the INPC rate — do not use the regular international online booking system. Other hotel options can be found here. This block will be reserved until Wednesday, March 31th. Do book soon, as there are other events going in town, which will probably result in the Inn being fully booked. If you would be interested in sharing a double room, please email Bill Kabasenche (wkabasenche@wsu.edu) who will help match up attendees.

You can fly into the Pullman/Moscow Airport (PUW) on Alaska/Horizon Airlines (800-547-9308) via Seattle. We can arrange to have you picked-up at the Pullman-Moscow Airport if you e-mail us your arrival time. Flights into this regional airport can be expensive. More reasonable flight are usually available to Lewiston, Idaho (LEW), 30 miles south, and Spokane, Washington (GEG) Airport, 90 miles north. Transportation to and from these destinations is available from BlueWaterTaxi (509-334-2800 or 208-883-2800). Wheatland Express (800-334-2207) offers a twice-a-day shuttle bus transportation from and to Spokane, stopping at the University Inn. Here's their schedule page: http://www.wheatlandexpress.com/airportshuttle.html; it's possible to make a reservation ahead of time. Greyhound also offers bus service to and from Spokane International.

The conference will begin on Friday, April 30, at 9 am and run through Sunday, May 2, at 1:30 pm. If you have an early morning flight out of Spokane on Monday, you might consider staying at the Airport Ramada at Spokane International, which has reasonable rates and which is an easy walk (or free shuttle) to the airport concourse.

If you have any questions or points of clarification, don't hesitate to email inpc@uidaho.edu

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INPC Executive Director is Joseph Keim Campbell, Professor of Philosophy at Washington State University. Co-Directors of the current meeting are Michael O'Rourke and Bill Kabasenche, Professors of Philosophy at the University of Idaho and Washington State University.

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.



  For more information, please contact us at inpc@uidaho.edu
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