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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

CALL FOR INTERLOCUTORS: Google+ video chat on "Philosophy in the Age of Information"


Contact: afbeavers@gmail.com

CFI: Call for Interlocutors Philosophy in the Age of Information


Greetings,

I'm looking for eleven colleagues or so who might be interested in participating in an online video
chat about the impact of developing information and computing technologies (ICTs) on the profession
of philosophy.

Naturally, some knowledge of the profession, then and now, would be helpful.

The goal here is two fold: to better understand the ways the profession is changing and to see if 
Google+ video chat can be successfully used for academic use.

Please express your interest by commenting on this item, and I will make contact subsequently with 
a Doodle Poll to set up a time.

Google+ account required (I think).

Yours,
Tony Beavers 

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Anthony F. Beavers, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy
Director of Cognitive Science and the Digital Humanities Laboratory 
The University of Evansville http://faculty.evansville.edu/tb2/

President, International Association for Computing and Philosophy http://ia-cap.org