The way SAP members access the Journal of Applied Philosophy has changed recently. Going forwards you will need to log directly into the journal pages on the Wiley Online Library. If you have previously registered your e‐mail on the Wiley site then you will shortly receive an e‐mail to advise you that your access is […]
Annual Lecture 2018: How Democracy Can Inform Consent: The Cases of Internet and Bioethics, Professor Carol C. Gould (City University of New York) The lecture will will take place in the Moot Court, Somerset House East Wing, King’s College, London on 26 October 2018, 5pm (doors 4.30pm) N.B. attendees are required to register in advance (no […]
The Society’s 2019 conference will take place in Cardiff, 28–30 June. The call for papers and panels is now open and will close on Monday 14 January 2019. Papers are welcomed on all topics across the field of applied philosophy. The keynote speakers will be Rainer Forst (GU Frankfurt), Cecile Laborde (Oxford), Niko Kolodny (UC Berkeley) and Margaret Moore […]
The SAP Annual Lecture 2017–18 audio recording now available. An audio recording of the SAP Annual Lecture 2017–18: ‘Three Mistakes about Doing Good (and Bad)’ by Philip Pettit is now available on the SAP Soundcloud page. To access the recording please click here.
JOINT SAP‐CEU SUMMER SCHOOL IN BUDAPEST, JULY 1 – JULY 12 2013 This year SAP will also co‐organize a joint SAP‐CEU summer school—“Justice: Theory and Applications”—with CEU Budapest. JOINT SAP‐CEU SUMMER SCHOOL IN BUDAPEST, JULY 1 – JULY 12 2013 This year SAP will also co‐organize a joint SAP‐CEU summer school—“Justice: Theory and Applications”—with CEU Budapest. The […]
The Society for Applied Philosophy is celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2012 Annual Conference marking the 30th Anniversary of the Society for Applied Philosophy SAP Annual Conference 2012, 29 June — 1 July, St Anne’s College, Oxford To celebrate its 30th Anniversary the Society for Applied Philosophy is pleased to announce a Call for Applications for the SAP 30th […]
Jakob Elster’s essay, How Outlandish Can Imaginary Cases Be? has been selected by the editors of the Journal of Applied Philosophy to be awarded the prize for the best essay published in the journal in 2011.