A while back, I mentioned that Paul Draper was slated to give the 9th annual Plantinga Lecture at Notre Dame. The paper he delivered is now available online. Required reading!
UPDATE: John Danaher (Philosophical Disquisitions) has since provided an excellent series of expository posts on Draper's paper:
The position is a permanent post (equivalent to Associate Professor in the US). Details here . H/T: Yujin Nagasawa
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