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SPAWN

Syracuse Philosophy Annual Workshop and Network SPAWN is the Syracuse Philosophy Department's annual summer conference. This series continues a tradition that started with "Metaphysical Mayhem" and continued with the "Syracuse Workshop" series. Each conference will focus on a particular topic, beginning with the 2005 workshop on consciousness. "Read-ahead" papers will be invited from younger participants, with comments being delivered by more senior participants. Sessions will consist of brief remarks by a commentator and then an hour or more of discussion among all participants. In order for this format to work, the group must remain quite small.

SPAWN Conferences

Ancient Greek and Classical Arabic Psychology (August 13-15, 2018)
First-Order Metaphysics (June 26-28, 2017)
Well-Being (July 25-27, 2016) - SPAWN Poster
10th Anniversary SPAWN Conference - Consciousness (July 29-31, 2015)
Philosophy of Disability (June 7-9, 2014)
Transparency of Mind (August 14-16, 2013)
Normative Realism (August 14-16, 2012)
Philosophy of Language (August 8-11, 2011)
Metaphysics (July 24-28, 2010)
Nature & Purpose in Early Modern Philosophy (August 9-11, 2009)
Perception (August 16-18, 2008)
Practical Reason (July 29-31, 2007)
Value (July 16-18, 2006)
Consciousness (July 28-30, 2005)