It looks like I’ll be speaking again at an undergraduate philosophy conference, this time in New York state. Amy and I will be heading down at the end of next week for a few days of presentations and a lot of reading time on the Greyhound. It will be nice to get away for a little while as the past little while has been school, moving, and exams. Some travel plans are still being confirmed (many thanks to Alex Svoboda), but the accommodations are booked and the bus tickets are paid for (mine by the generous people at the philosophy department at Waterloo).
>Also, if anyone has heard whether the UW Chevron is still running send me an email.
>And lastly: myself, my brother, and Doug Guilbeault will be reading Sartre’s Being and Nothingness together as a sort of reading group (more on that later).
This year I’ll be presenting a paper called “Repeating Peirce: Designation as Discernment” at the University of Windsor Critical Reflections Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. It’s this coming Friday, details can be found on the website and in the schedule.
If anyone can make it out to the Borden loft this Wednesday at 7:45 I will present the unedited draft and get suggestions and comments just like I did with the London Conference, so come out if you can!