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Emily Parker joined J. Britt Holbrook's group
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Occupy Philosophy

This group is for those who want to think about the Occupy movement.See More
Dec 2, 2011
George J. Aulisio left a comment for Emily Parker
"Thanks for joining the Public Philosophy Network (PPN)! We hope that you find ways to make the site helpful and supportive of your work and interests by joining an affinity group or participating in a discussion on one of the forums. If your…"
Oct 25, 2011
Emily Parker joined Sharon M. Meagher's group
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Continental Philosophy as Public Philosophy

For members of SPEP and other continental philosophers who want collaborate on public philosophy projects and/or discuss the public relevance of various schools of continental philosophy
Oct 17, 2011
Emily Parker joined Rita Manning's group
Oct 17, 2011
Emily Parker joined Sarah S. Richardson's group
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Race, Gender, and Biology

Welcoming philosophical discussions of biological research on race and gender differences, with a focus on controversial claims circulating in the popular press.  Post papers and events, discuss new scientific research, and share resources.
Oct 17, 2011
Emily Parker joined Janelle M Lattimore's group
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Food Ethics

Considering issues of food regulation, food as a human right, food access, and all related.  Led by Jonathan H. Marks, Director Penn State's Bioethics program and Associate Director, Rock Ethics InstituteSee More
Oct 12, 2011
Emily Parker is now a member of Public Philosophy Network
Oct 10, 2011

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Location
Santa Clara, CA
Institutional affiliation or employer (if any)
Santa Clara University
Departmental affiliation (if any)
Santa Clara University Department of Philosophy
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Full-Time Faculty Member
Interest in public philosophy? Please be as SPECIFIC AS YOU CAN. Members who answer "yes" or "a lot" will not be approved.
19th and 20th century European continental philosophy, especially existential philosophy, post-structuralism, deconstruction

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At 1:38pm on October 25, 2011, George J. Aulisio said…

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