New blog: beyondspacetime.blog.com

Nick Huggett and I have just started a new blog, beyondspacetime.blog.com, which will offer a forum for posts and discussion on the philosophical foundations of quantum gravity. The new blog’s primary purpose over the next few months is to offer a point of information regarding an upcoming conference/seminar on the foundations of QG, which will take place in Chicago in September. The blog’s more long-term purpose will be to help forge a community of philosophers and physicists interested in the philosophy and foundations of QG. Check it out!

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  1. Nick Huggett

    From Nick:

    The website is down, but the conference is still on, and the submission deadline is still this weekend! Here’s the short story on submission:

    We invite technically informed presentations on any topics of two types:

    Paper presentations – suitable for presentation in 30 minutes plus question period. Submit paper drafts or detailed proposals of 1,000-1,500 words. Drafts of accepted papers will be provided for circulation by early September.

    Work-in-progress presentations of 30 minutes – submit a 500 word proposal.

    ABD graduate students or recent PhDs are invited to apply to both categories, those with more seniority to the former. We will consider published or forthcoming papers for presentation.

    Deadline for papers and proposals: 6/1/13 (decisions by 7/15/13) – please prepare them for blind refereeing.

    Send to

    For now, temporary information is at http://tigger.uic.edu/~huggett/cfp.xhtml

    Nick Huggett

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