Brister co-organizes Public Philosophy Network conference
Evelyn Brister, professor of philosophy and president of the Public Philosophy Network, co-organized the Network’s sixth annual conference, “Engagement, Policy, and Practice,” which is taking place Oct. 21-23. The conference will connect more than 120 philosophers and practitioners who will engage issues of public concern by working collaboratively with civic and professional communities. Three plenary sessions are free and open to the public. The sessions explore the themes of climate and the environment, science and technology for the public good, and bioethics and public philosophy.