The Hodges Foundation for Philosophical Orientation (HFPO) annually provides 12-month long fellowships of $30,000 for dissertation projects that expand research concerning orientation.

This fellowship primarily supports innovative dissertations in the wider field of philosophical scholarship, but also outstanding projects in any academic field (in the humanities, the social sciences, as well as the natural sciences, including biology, psychology, sociology, or astrophysics) if they make significant contributions to the philosophy of orientation. Projects may involve, but are not limited to, philosophical reorientations in history and today; the structures of human orientation in space and time; memory studies and brain research; the economic, political, communicative, religious, or ethical dimensions of decision-making; global reorientations connected with the Anthropocene and the digital transformations of the world.

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