Hubbs Hosts TDI Workshop for NEH-Funded Project on Philosophy and Money
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Hubbs Hosts TDI Workshop for NEH-Funded Project on Philosophy and Money

Hubbs Hosts TDI Workshop for NEH-Funded Project on Philosophy and Money

TDI Senior Member Graham Hubbs ran a workshop this summer in Sioux Falls, South Dakota for the NEH-Sponsored Project “Philosophy and Money: An Historical and Interdisciplinary Consideration of Economies and Worldviews.” Joseph Tinguely, a philosopher at the University of South Dakota, is the project director. On June 20-22, Tinguely convened experts in the study of money from philosophy, history, classics, and religious studies for a three-day conference, and Hubbs kicked off the event with a TDI workshop. The workshop stimulated discussion on the history of money, the nature and functions of money, and the methods theorists use to approach the topic of money. The conference participants are currently at work on essays for the forthcoming volume Philosophy and Money, to be published by Palgrave MacMillan.