CFP: Experimental Philosophy: Possibilities and Limits  CUNY Graduate Philosophy Conference

CFP: Experimental Philosophy: Possibilities and Limits CUNY Graduate Philosophy Conference

 

Call for Papers
Experimental Philosophy: Possibilities and Limits
16th Annual Graduate Student Philosophy
Conference
Philosophy Program, The Graduate Center, City
University of New York

 

The Philosophy Program at the Graduate Center of the City University
of New York invites graduate students to submit papers to be considered
for presentation at our 16th annual graduate student conference on

April 5-6, 2013
Professor Joshua Knobe (Yale) and Professor Jennifer Nagel (University of Toronto)
will give keynote lectures.

 

Submissions relating to experimental philosophy are encouraged, but we will consider
papers on any topic. Philosophical submissions from non-philosophy
graduate students are also encouraged.

 

The deadline for submission is January 31, 2013.

 

Submission Guidelines:
Please send the following to xphiconference@gmail.com as two separate documents in .doc or .pdf format:

(1) A cover letter containing the following information: author’s name,
title of paper, institutional affiliation, contact information, word count,
an abstract and area of philosophy.
(2) The paper itself (with no identifying information). Papers should be
suitable for a 40-minute presentation and be 3,000-4,000 words.

For further information: xphiconference@gmail.com