See here for the new issue. JPE is an open access journal.
Dominic Wilkinson, managing editor of the Journal of Practical Ethics, would like you all to know that the second issue has been released:
JPE is an open-access journal.
If you like music, or philosophy, or philosophy-themed music, or giving away money, then you might be interested in this exciting announcement from the philosophy supergroup The 21st Century Monads! Please be advised that some moral theories entail that you are morally required to purchase Monads music.
The Philosophy Department invites applications from senior figures to assume the Guttag Professorship of Ethics and Political Philosophy following the retirement of Guttag Professor Michael Stocker in May 2011. Duties normally include both graduate and undergraduate teaching, research, advising, and committee service. Salary and exact balance of duties negotiable. We particularly encourage applications from women and minority candidates. Informal expressions of interest may be sent to Robert Van Gulick, Chair, Guttag Search Committee, Department of Philosophy (firstname.lastname@example.org). For formal consideration, candidates must complete an online Dean/Senior Executive/Faculty application, and attach a CV and contact information for three letters of recommendation. EO/AAE
(Note: feel free also to send your informal inquiries to me at email@example.com.)
The 2010 Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference will be held Aug. 1-5. The call for papers, commentators and chairs can be found here.
Congratulations to PEA Soup's Simon Keller for winning this year's APA book prize, for The Limits of Loyalty! Details here.
Liz Harman asked me to post the following announcement:
To those on the job market, and those with students on the job market:
Anyone who does ethics should seriously consider applying for the Harold T. Schapiro Postdoctoral Fellowship in Bioethics at Princeton. The ad says (and we really mean it) "an applicant may have a background in any area of ethical studies, not necessarily in bioethics." The application requires a 1,500-word research proposal, so you do have to have in mind a serious research project in bioethics. But you do not have to already be doing bioethics! Princeton is a wonderful place to spend one to three years! Please feel free to email me if you have specific questions about the postdoc.