*NEW* - CONFERENCE ON THE GROUNDING OF HUMAN RIGHTS
CALL FOR PAPERS -- DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS March 15, 2014.
Conference Dates: April 18-19, 2014 (Friday-Saturday)
SPONSOR: Human Rights Institute, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, offering both Purdue and Indiana University degrees.
INSTITUTE DIRECTOR: Clark Butler, Professor of Philosophy
PLACE: Indiana University -Purdue University Fort Wayne Campus (IPFW), Fort Wayne, Indiana USA.
THEME: The Theoretical Grounding of Human Rights
DESCRIPTION: We will work together to help determine whether a reasonable and universally acceptable case (a rationally motivated general consensus) for supporting UN international human rights law, and for respecting individual human rights in daily life, may be possible or not.
Submissions should be sent by email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Prior submissions of abstracts are requested, permitting feedback to promising submissions before final paper submission. Paper submissions will be blindly reviewed.
QUERIES: Questions may be received by email at email@example.com
Philosophy Department Telephone: (260) 481-6366
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