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6th SES Conference successfully concluded

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The 6th Social Ethics Society Conference held last October 27-28, 2016 at Secdea Resort, Samal Island, has been successfully concluded. The annual event, with the theme "Technology, Education, and Governance: Prospects and Perspectives," was attended by philosophy professors and teachers from 25 higher learning institutions in the country. Fr. Urbano Pardillo Jr. of the host St. Francis Xavier College Seminary welcomed the delegates while Fr. Dexter Veloso of the SES gave an inspirational message.


The plenary lectures were delivered by Dr. Orlando Ali Mandane, Jr. of the University of San Carlos, A/Prof. Christopher Ryan Maboloc of the Ateneo de Davao University, and Dr. Ferdinand Mangibin of Silliman University.

The paper presentors during the event include Mr. Jonas Robert Miranda of the Surigao State College, Prof. Bill Atweh of Philippine Normal University, Fr. Viktor Aurellana of the Rogationist Seminary in Paranaque, Dr. Ruby Suazo of USC, Dr. Sherlito Sable of USEP. M…

CHED endorses the 6th SES Conference

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The Commission on Higher Education has endorsed participation to the 6th Social Ethics Society Conference this coming October 27-28, 2016 at Secdea Beach Resort, Samal Island. The theme of the conference is "Technology, Education, and Governance: Prospects and Perspectives." 



The plenary speakers are Dr. Orlando Ali Mandane Jr. of the University of San Carlos, Prof. Ferdinand Mangibin of Silliman University and Prof. Christopher Ryan Maboloc of Ateneo de Davao University. A total of 15 papers have been approved for presentation.

(Updated) 6TH SES Conference List of Papers accepted for Oral Presentation

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1. “Paul Ricoeur and the Task of Political Education”       Dr. Ruby Suazo       University of San Carlos
2. “Democratizing Philippine democracy”       Dr. Sherlito Sable       University of Southeastern Philippines               
3. "Democracy's Discontent: The Problem of Knowledge and a Modest Attempt at a Solution."
        Ian Anthony Davatos
        Ateneo de Manila University
4. “The Emergence of Empathy and the Coming of a State: From Pheno. Issues to Pol. Concerns’        Fr. Francis Paul Escano, RCJ        Rogationist Seminary Cebu
5. “Vantage Points of Utang na Loob”       Sheldon Ives Agaton       Eastern Visayas State University
6. “Morality as a Network Property and the Biophysical Nature of Moral Judgments”       Will Lorca       Silliman University
7. “Fair Play Principle and Environmental Protection”       Arnel Morte, MA       Central Mindanao University
8. "A Comparative Study of the Theories of Iris Marion Young and Pope Benedict XVI"
      Fr. Victor Emmanuel Au…

6th SES Conference confirmed Plenary Speakers

The 6th Social Ethics Society Conference this coming October 27-28, 2016 at Secdea Resort in Samal Island will have the following as plenary speakers: Dr. Orlando Ali Mandane of the University of San Carlos, Prof. Ferdinand Mangibin of Silliman University, and Prof. Christopher Ryan Maboloc of Ateneo de Davao University. Fr. Dexter Veloso of the St. Francis Xavier College Seminary will be the host and Conference Chair. Peter Paul Elicor heads the secretariat and a panel that has been constituted by the Board of Directors will form the scientific committee. 

Call for Papers

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CALL FOR PAPERS  Theme: “Technology, Education, and Governance: Prospects and Perspectives”
SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
Abstract:         August 15, 2016 Full Paper:      September 30, 2016
SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:
For purposes of consideration of papers for presentation, please submit through email an abstract of not more than 300 words to Prof. Peter Paul Elicor at peterelicor@gmail.com. Attach a separate title page that includes the paper’s title, the author’s name, institutional affiliation, and email address.  Abstracts will be reviewed blindly by a scientific committee. Notification of acceptance will be sent via email. Full papers should not exceed 5,000 words. Papers may discuss contemporary theories of education, prospects and perspectives in the reform of Philippine education, modern technology and its influence to culture and society, theories and perspectives in democratic equality, governance and citizenship, including global justice issues.

CALL FOR PAPERS SES JOURNAL Volume 2

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