Established in 2000, The Society for Skeptical Studies is an independent philosophical society which was formed to promote philosophical discussion and research on any topic related to skepticism (construed broadly to include the history of skeptical thought, skepticism regarding mental content, skepticism regarding self-knowledge, and moral skepticism, as well as more traditional topics in skepticism). The society meets annually at the Pacific Division meetings of the American Philosophical Association.  If interest warrants, sessions may be organized at the Eastern and Central Division meetings as well.   Although the Society for Skeptical Studies is primarily a philosophical society, non-philosophers are also encouraged to become members.


Announcements

 Ongoing APA-E and APA-P CFP's

The Society for Skeptical Studies invites submissions for sessions at the  Eastern Division and Pacific Division APA meetings.

The Society seeks papers on any topic related to skepticism (broadly construed as described above).

Reading time should be about 20 to 30 minutes.

Authors should submit two copies (unless submitting electronically).

All and only members of the Society are eligible to submit papers.

Submissions for the APA-E should be postmarked no later than April 15 of the year in which the meeting is to be held (e.g., 4/15/2012 for the 12/2012 meeting). Submissions for the APA-P should be postmarked no later than September 15 of the year prior to the year in which the meeting is to be held (e.g., 9/15/2012 for the 3/2013 meeting).

 Submission should be sent to:

Dr. Richard Greene

Department of Political Science and Philosophy

Weber State University

1203 University Circle

Ogden, UT 84408-1203

 Electronic submissions, which are preferred, are also accepted at rgreene@weber.edu

 


Membership

Membership is open to all who are interested in skepticism.  

To join send an email which states your name, university affiliation (if applicable) and your desire to become a member of SSS to:

rgreene@weber.edu

There are no membership dues at this time.


Inquiries about the Society may be made to the above address or to:


Richard Greene

Executive Director

rgreene@weber.edu