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John Nolt and incoming faculty member Jon Garthoff secure a UT Haines Morris Grant to support a Spring 2012 symposium focused on animals, ethics and law

Congratulations to John Nolt and incoming faculty member Jon Garthoff. Along with UT colleagues from Law, Psychology and EEB, they have secured a UT Haines Morris Grant to support a Spring 2012 symposium focused on animals, ethics and law. Additional funding will come from, inter alia, the Department of Philosophy and the School of Law. The Spring 2012 symposium on animals, ethics and law will be the third in what promises to be an ongoing annual spring symposium series hosted by the Department of Philosophy. In 2010 the Department hosted a Rawls symposium focused on putting Rawls's work in historical context and in 2011 it hosted an epistemology symposium focused on normative and axiological issues in epistemology.

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