The APJ Inaugural Conference

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The APJ held its inaugural conference in conjunction with the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association on Friday December 28th 2012. The topic of the 2012 conferences was: “What can be said? What should be said?” Audio recordings will be online soon, so even if you weren’t able to make it to Atlanta, you can still listen to some of the fascinating talks and commentaries listed below:

Speakers & Titles:

(1) Speaker: Silvia Jonas (Van Leer Jerusalem Institute): “Ineffability Assertions in Jewish Law”

Commentator: Jed Lewinsohn (New York University)

(2) Speaker: David Shatz (Yeshiva University): “Should Theists Eschew Theodicies?”

Commentator: Tyron Goldschmidt (Notre Dame Center for Philosophy of Religion)

(3) Speaker: Howard Wettstein (UC-Riverside): “Ineffability, Mystery, and Philosophical Theology”

Commentator: Yonatan Brafman (Columbia University)

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Event Details
  • Start Date
    December 28, 2012
  • End Date
    December 28, 2012
  • Organizer
    American Philosophical Association
  • Category