CFP: The Aristotelian Society & The Mind Association Due 2/1

CFP: The Aristotelian Society & The Mind Association Due 2/1

Call for papers

2014 Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society & the Mind Association

University of Cambridge
11-13 July 2014

About

The Joint Session is a three-day conference in philosophy that is co-organised every year by the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association. Since 1910, the Joint Session has grown to become the largest gathering of philosophers in the United Kingdom, attracting prestigious UK and international speakers working in a broad range of philosophical areas. Inaugurated by the incoming President of the Mind Association, the Joint Session includes symposia, open and postgraduate sessions, and a range of satellite conferences.

The 88th Joint Session will be held at the University of Cambridge on the weekend of 11 – 13 July 2014. The local organiser is Dr. Tim Button.  The Session will be held at Fitzwilliam College.

The Official 2014 Joint Session website is now live

Learn more about the 2014 Joint Session call for papers on our website: http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk/the-joint-session/call-for-papers/


Featured Speakers

– INAUGURAL ADDRESS –

Alan Millar (Stirling)

– SYMPOSIUM I –

Hallvard Lillehammer (Birkbeck) & Roger Crisp (Oxford)

– SYMPOSIUM II –

Ian Rumfitt (Birmingham) & Gary Kemp (Glasgow)

– SYMPOSIUM III –

Thomas Pogge (Yale) & Kimberley Brownlee (Warwick)

– SYMPOSIUM IV –

Amber Carpenter (York) & Stephen Makin (Sheffield)

– SYMPOSIUM V –

Tamar Szabo Gendler (Yale) & Jennifer Nagel (Toronto)

– SYMPOSIUM VI –

Gideon Rosen (Princeton) & Marcia Baron (St Andrews)

 

– Further Information –

View the 2014 Programme in your browser


Call for papers – The Open Sessions

The Open Sessions take place during the Saturday and Sunday afternoons of the conference. There are a large number of places available, allowing room for an extensive and diverse programme of talks. There are no restrictions on the areas of philosophy which papers may address. The intention is to accommodate all philosophical material (so far as time and space in the programme allow) that is suitable for presentation. Each Open Session talk lasts up to 20 minutes and is followed by an additional 10 minutes for discussion.

Guidelines

• Submissions should be no more than 2000 words, including footnotes and bibliography, and should begin with a 100 word abstract.

• Submissions should be prepared for blind review.

• Submissions should be typewritten in a standard 12 pt font and single-spaced throughout (including references and quotations). All pages should be numbered and have margins of one inch or more.

• Submissions should be submitted in PDF.

Papers for the Open Session should be submitted online at the Official 2014 Joint Session Website by 1 February 2014.*

Click here to submit a paper for the Open Session.

*NOTE: Papers to be read for the Open Session must be submitted via the Official 2014 Joint Session Website. The Aristotelian Society does not process Open Session submissions. For information regarding the Postraduate Session, please see below.

Additional Information

  • Authors whose papers have been accepted for the Open Session will be informed by the end of March 2012.
  • Papers accepted for the Open Sessions will not be considered for publication in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society and expenses will not be paid.
  • Only one paper per individual may be submitted. Submissions must be for either the Open or the Postgraduate Sessions – not both. Rejected submissions for the Postgraduate Session could be recommended for the Open Session.
  • All conference delegates must be members of either the Aristotelian Society or the Mind Association.

 


Call for papers – The Graduate Sessions

The Postgraduate Session occurs on the Saturday afternoon of the conference. All submissions are blind reviewed and a maximum of eight are selected for presentation. Only current postgraduate students (including those who have obtained a postgraduate degree within the past year) may submit for the Postgraduate Session. Each talk for the Postgraduate Session lasts up to 20 minutes and is followed by an additional 10 minutes for discussion.
Guidelines

• Submissions should be no more than 2500 words, including footnotes and bibliography, and should begin with a 100-250 word abstract.

• Submissions should be prepared for blind review. They should be accompanied by a separate document containing the name of the author, title of the paper, institution and status, and email and mailing addresses. Submissions should not include any self-identifying references in the body or footnotes of the text.

• Submissions should be typewritten in a standard 12 pt font and single-spaced throughout (including references and quotations). All pages should be numbered and have margins of one inch or more.

• Submissions should be formatted in Word, RTF, or PDF. Papers containing symbols liable to distortion should be submitted in PDF.

Papers for the Postgraduate Session should be submitted online at the Postgraduate Session page of our websiteby 1 February 2014.*

Click here to submit a paper for the Postgraduate Session.

*NOTE: Papers to be considered for the Postgraduate Session must be submitted online via the Postgraduate Session page of our website. The philosophy department at the University of Cambridge does not process Postgraduation Session submissions. For information regarding the Open Session, please scroll to the top of this page.

Additional Information

  • Students whose papers have been selected for the Postgraduate Session will be informed by the end of March 2012.
  • The selected postgraduate students will have their conference fee and accommodation expenses covered by the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association.
  • Exemplary papers delivered for the Postgraduate Session may be considered for publication in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.
  • Only one paper per individual may be submitted. Submissions must be for either the Open or the Postgraduate Sessions – not both. Rejected submissions for the Postgraduate Session could be recommended for the Open Session.
  • All conference delegates must be members of either the Aristotelian Society or the Mind Association.

 


Contact

For enquiries regarding The Open Sessions please contact the local organiser, Dr Tim Button, at the University of Cambridge: tecb2@cam.ac.uk

For enquiries regarding The Graduate Sessions please contact the Executive Administrator, Lea Salje, at the Aristotelian Society: lsalje@aristotelian.society.org.uk

 


Further Information

University of Cambridge faculty of philosophy: http://www.phil.cam.ac.uk/
The Mind Association: http://www.mindassociation.org/
The Aristotelian Society: http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk/

 


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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Exploited Isomorphism and Structural Representation

Monday, 13 November 2014

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