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The South Carolina Society for Philosophy was founded to serve the interests and needs of philosophy students and professionals around the State of South Carolina. We meet once a year, generally sometime in February or early March, at various universities or colleges around the state (usually rotating the meeting location from year to year among coastal, midlands, and upstate campuses). At this yearly conference, there are usually some special sessions with invited speakers, but the bulk of the sessions are based on submitted papers. There are no annual dues, but members pay a registration fee to attend the annual meeting. Recently we have been holding joint meetings every other year with the North Carolina Philosophy Society, alternating meetings between South Carolina and North Carolina locations.Jonathan Trerise (Coastal Carolina)
Vice-President: J. Aaron Simmons (Furman)
Secretary-Treasurer: Nils Rauhut (Coastal Carolina)
SCSP email address: email@example.com.
All attendees and participants in the meeting must register (with the exception of Furman University undegraduates).
For the 2014 Conference, all registration fees must be paid by check.
All registration fees need to be received by February 1st.
Graduate Students: $55
The registration includes: Society fees, Reception on Friday night, Presidential Address Banquet on Saturday.
Checks should be made out to: "Furman University"
Send checks to:
Sandi Annone, Dept. Asst.
Department of Philosophy
3300 Poinsett Hwy
Greenville SC, 29613
***If anyone has to leave Saturday afternoon and cannot attend the banquet Saturday night, please contact Aaron Simmons at firstname.lastname@example.org to work out payment without the banquet being included.
Additional Conference Information
Programs for past meetings are listed on the SCSP History page.
SCSPLIST@LISTSERV.SC.EDU is an electronic discussion list for SCSP members. This e-mail list may be used to post announcements (calls for papers, conference anouncements, job announcements, etc.) regarding philosophy activities and events which may be of general interest to all SCSP members. Members can use it to announce events at their local institutions that may draw participants from other SC locales. To subscribe to this list, send an e-mail message to email@example.com with the following single line typed in the body of the message:
SUBSCRIBE SCSPLIST YourFirstName YourLastNameAs a simple security measure, you will receive an e-mail message asking you to confirm your request to join the list (just follow the given directions). You will then be notified that you are subscribed to the list. You will also receive a standard USC listserv message with instructions on how e-mail lists work (how to post messages to the list; how to remove your name from the list, should you want to do so at some later point; etc.).
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