The Society for the Philosophy of Animal Minds (SPAM) was conceived in 2005 as a means to promote and support the work of philosophers and scientists interested in philosophical questions relating to the diversity of minds we find across species. Join the conversation and find out what is going on in the area by filling out the membership form to the right, and please join the conversation in the Facebook group Animal Minds and Behavior.

Colin Allen
Kristin Andrews
Lori Gruen



Schedule for sPAM sessions at the Pacific APA

sPAM is going to San Francisco this April to bring TWO panels to the American Philosophical Association Pacific  meeting (April ...
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SPAM at the Pacific APA in 2020

SPAM will be hosting two group sessions during the Pacific APA in San Francisco this April.  Come join us! Session ...
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Coming soon–Lori Gruen’s Critical Terms for Animal Studies (UChicago)

The newest Critical Terms book from University of Chicago Press! Lori Gruen has edited Critical Terms for Animal Studies, a volume ...
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