Sunday, March 11, 2012

climate newsletter call

It's time for another Climate Philosophy Newsletter!

I welcome updates, contributions, and news about your current research in Philosophy on climate and its aspects.  Ethics is vital, but I am also very interested in non-normative research, e.g. in epistemology, philosophy of science, cultural studies, phenomenology, and Marxism.  Some, but by no means all, research keywords or topics of interest would be the ontology of climate, climate change, climate science methodology, climate denial, cognitive dissonance, disenlightenment (US), limits of growth, civil evolution, philosophical alternatives, sustainability, and synthetic philosophy.

Kindly send newsletter items to mschonfe @  I would like to complete the bibliography and the other sections in the next few weeks and post Climate Philosophy Newsletter 5 (2012) by mid-April. Back issues are at the "Climate Philosophy" link of the USF Philosophy Department, and in the "Ideas" section of the International Society for Environmental Ethics (ISEE).

Thank you for your support!

Yours truly, the Mad Hun in South Florida

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