Nomination: Cushing Memorial Prize

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From: Don Howard <dhoward1@nd.edu>
Subject: 2015 Cushing Memorial Prize—Call for Nominations

2015 Cushing Memorial Prize—Call for Nominations

The family, students, friends, and colleagues of Jim Cushing are pleased once again to solicit nominations for the James T. Cushing Prize in the History and Philosophy of Physics.

In recognition of Jim’s well-known role as a nurturer of new talent in the profession, this annual prize is intended to recognize and reward the work of younger scholars. The next winner will receive $2,000 and an invitation to deliver a paper in the University of Notre Dame’s History and Philosophy of Science Colloquium series during the 2015-2016 academic year.

Work is eligible by nomination only. Eligible are all papers in the history and philosophy of physics published by a younger scholar within the three years prior to the current call for nominations (i.e., published no earlier than October 2011). Without defining “younger scholar,” our intention is to favor work produced by scholars who are no more than five years or so beyond completion of the Ph.D. or, in a comparable way, new to the fields of the history and philosophy of physics.

Nominated work will be evaluated by a committee drawn from the members of the Advisory Committee. A nomination should consist of a brief description of the significance of the nominated work and such information about the author as the nominator might think helpful to the evaluation committee (e.g., an abbreviated c.v.).  The deadline for receipt of nominations is 1 March 2015.  The winner will be announced in May 2015.

Nominations will be accepted by mail, fax, and email.

By mail:
Cushing Memorial Prize
Program in History and Philosophy of Science
453 Geddes Hall
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

By fax: 574-631-7418 (“Cushing Memorial Prize Nomination” on cover sheet)

By email: Cushing.Prize.1@nd.edu

Please be sure to include the following information:

  • The name, institutional affiliation, phone number, fax number (if available), mailing address, and email address for both the nominator and the nominee.
  • A full reference to the published work (i.e., journal name, volume, page numbers, URL or pdf if available, etc.).

For more information:

Phone: Darrin Snyder Belousek at 419-221-1856 or Don Howard at 574-631-7547.
Email: Cushing.Prize.1@nd.edu
Website: http://reilly.nd.edu/history-and-philosophy-of-science/cushing-prize/

Conf: North Carolina Philosophical Society

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From: White, W. Heath <whitew@uncw.edu>
Subject: CFP North Carolina Philosophical Society 2015 meeting

 

 

NORTH CAROLINA PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY

 

February 27 & 28, 2015

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, North Carolina

 

Keynote Speaker: Peter van Inwagen

John Cardinal O’Hara Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame

Research Professor, Duke University

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

Submitted Papers

Papers on any philosophical topic are welcome. Due to the volume of submissions, submitted papers must be no longer than 3000 words. The deadline to receive papers is Friday, January 2, 2015. Authors of accepted papers will be notified in mid-late January.

All submissions should be formatted for blind review and sent to Heath White, Associate Professor of Philosophy and NCPS Secretary-Treasurer, at whitew@uncw.edu.

In the body of your email, please indicate your name, email address, phone number, and institutional affiliation (if any). If you wish your paper to be considered for a prize (see below), please note whether you are an untenured faculty member, graduate student, or undergraduate.
Location

All sessions will be on the campus of NCSU. For those traveling by plane to the conference, the nearest airport is Raleigh/Durham (RDU).
Panels and Workshops

Panel and workshop proposals on any topic in philosophy, including its pedagogy, are welcome. Proposals should specify issues to be discussed, format (including time to be allotted), and names of presenters, and should include brief abstracts of presentations.
Undergraduate Papers

A sufficient number of undergraduate submissions will allow for a session devoted to papers by undergraduates. Undergraduate submissions should be clearly labeled as such.
Prizes

There will be a $175 prize for the best paper submitted by an untenured faculty member, a $125 prize for the best graduate student paper, and a $100 prize for the best undergraduate paper. Awarding of prizes is contingent on an adequate number of submissions.
Web site

 

Information about the North Carolina Philosophical Society and periodic updates about the conference can be found at http://www.northcarolinaphilosophicalsociety.org/.

 

Conf: North Carolina Philosophical Society

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From: White, W. Heath <whitew@uncw.edu>
Subject: CFP North Carolina Philosophical Society 2015 meeting

 

NORTH CAROLINA PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY

 

February 27 & 28, 2015

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, North Carolina

Keynote Speaker: Peter van Inwagen

John Cardinal O’Hara Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame

Research Professor, Duke University

CALL FOR PAPERS

Submitted Papers

Papers on any philosophical topic are welcome.  Due to the volume of submissions, submitted papers must be no longer than 3000 words.  The deadline to receive papers is Friday, January 2, 2015. Authors of accepted papers will be notified in mid-late January.

All submissions should be formatted for blind review and sent to Heath White, Associate Professor of Philosophy and NCPS Secretary-Treasurer, at whitew@uncw.edu.

In the body of your email, please indicate your name, email address, phone number, and institutional affiliation (if any). If you wish your paper to be considered for a prize (see below), please note whether you are an untenured faculty member, graduate student, or undergraduate.

Location

All sessions will be on the campus of NCSU. For those traveling by plane to the conference, the nearest airport is Raleigh/Durham (RDU).

Panels and Workshops

Panel and workshop proposals on any topic in philosophy, including its pedagogy, are welcome. Proposals should specify issues to be discussed, format (including time to be allotted), and names of presenters, and should include brief abstracts of presentations.

Undergraduate Papers

A sufficient number of undergraduate submissions will allow for a session devoted to papers by undergraduates. Undergraduate submissions should be clearly labeled as such.

Prizes

There will be a $175 prize for the best paper submitted by an untenured faculty member, a $125 prize for the best graduate student paper, and a $100 prize for the best undergraduate paper. Awarding of prizes is contingent on an adequate number of submissions.

Web site

Information about the North Carolina Philosophical Society and periodic updates about the conference can be found at http://www.northcarolinaphilosophicalsociety.org/.

 

Conf: Society for Applied Philosophy

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From: Cameron, Dr Jonathan M. H. <jon.cameron@abdn.ac.uk>
Subject: CFP: Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference 2015, 3-5 July, University of Edinburgh
Call for papers

Society for Applied Philosophy
Annual Conference 2015

  • Start Date: 03-Jul-2015
  • End Date: 05-Jul-2015
  • Location: John McIntryre Conference Centre, University of Edinburgh
  • Venue Address: Pollock Halls, 18 Holyrood Park Rd, Edinburgh EH16 5AY
  • Contact Email: admin@appliedphil.org

The Society for Applied Philosophy was founded in 1982 with the aim of promoting philosophical study and research that has a direct bearing on areas of practical concern. It arose from an increasing awareness that many topics of public debate are capable of being illuminated by the critical, analytic approach characteristic of philosophy, and by direct consideration of questions of value. These topics come from a number of different areas of social life – law, politics, economics, science, technology, medicine and education are among the most obvious. The purpose of the SAP is to foster and promote philosophical work that is intended to make a constructive contribution to problems in these areas. It does so through events, conferences, and lecture programme

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Open themed event

The event will be an open themed applied philosophy conference (papers will be given across a wide range of topics in applied philosophy).

Plenary speakers: James Harris (University of St Andrews)Rebecca Kulka (Georgetown University), Antony Duff (University of Stirling)

further speakers to be announced

SUBMISSION PROCESS for PROPOSED PAPERS

For a paper to be considered for inclusion in the programme, please submit a 1500 word abstract ACCOMPANIED BY a 300 word synopsis..

Please submit abstracts here.  The deadline for submission is Monday 12 January 2015

SUBMISSION PROCESS for PANEL TOPICS

The organisers hope to include some panel sessions at this year’s annual conference.

If you have a panel topic proposal please submit a 1500 word outline of the session ALONG WITH a 500 word abstract for each of the papers in the panel here.

The deadline for panel session submission is Monday 12 January 2015

 

 

Annual Conference POSTGRADUATE ESSAY PRIZE
A prize will be awarded to the best postgraduate essay submission.

The winning student will receive free registration and accommodation at the conference as well as reimbursement of travel expenses incurred (up to £250).

 

 

Chair persons

Chair persons will be required for some of the sessions at the conference.  Chair persons are responsible for introducing speakers during one (or more) of the concurrent sessions, ensuring the session begins and ends on time, and for chairing Q&A after the speaker’s presentation.  Chair persons must hold or have held an academic position in philosophy or have completed or be a completing a PhD in philosophy.

If you are interested in being included in the programme as a chair person for one (or more) of the sessions please contactadmin@appliedphil.org (please state academic position, etc. and institutional affiliation).

 

 

PLENARY SPEAKERS

James Harris
(University of St Andrews)


Rebecca Kulka 
(Georgetown University)


Antony Duff

(University of Stirling) 
Civic Punishment

Further speakers to be announced

 

 

EVENT PROGRAMME

  • SAP Annual Conference 2015 programme (forthcoming Mar 2015)
  • SAP Annual Conference 2015 programme abstracts (forthcoming May 2015)

 

 

COSTS, PAYMENTS, REGISTRATION

 

All attendees must register for the event

Outline of registration prices / options – please note these are currently provisional and may be altered prior to registration opening in March 2015

Outline of registration prices / options

Rate 1 – full weekend (registration, lunch, t&c, dinner, accomm Fri 27, accomm Sat 28) £360 non members, £340 members.

Rate 1.1 student full weekend (registration, lunch, t&c, dinner, accomm Fri 27, accomm Sat 28) £240 non members, £220 members (20 places, this rate option is available to students only)

Rate 2 – day delegate full weekend (registration, lunches fri-sun, t&c fri-sun, fri and sat dinner) £210 non members, £190 members.

Rate 2.1 – student full weekend day delegate (registration, lunch, t&c, fri/sat dinner) – £140 non members, £120 members (20 places, this rate option is available students only)

Rate 3 – day delegate (registration, lunch, t&c, fri/sat dinner) £90 non members, £80 members.

Rate 4 – faculty day rate (registration, t&c) i.e. no lunch or dinner Oxford faculty staff only: £40 non members, £35 members (this option is available to University of Oxford faculty staff and students only)
The Society can also contribute to the cost of attendance for persons with disabilities. Enquiries should go to admin@appliedphil.org in the first instance.

TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS AND VENUE INFORMATION


Society for Applied Philosophy
admin@appliedphil.org

Follow SAP on Twitter
Sign up to SAPnews

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Conf: Midsouth Philosophy Conference

MIDSOUTH PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE
 
and
 
 
at
 
RHODES COLLEGE, Memphis, TN
 
March 13-14, 2015
 
CALL FOR PAPERS
 
The thirty-ninth annual Midsouth Philosophy Conference is scheduled for Friday afternoon and Saturday, March 13-14, at Rhodes College in Memphis.  Papers in any area are welcome.
 
There will be a $60 registration fee, $40 for graduate students, payable by cash or check at the conference (but not by credit or debit card).
 
Mylan Engel Jr. (Northern Illinois University) will deliver the keynote address, Fishy Reasoning.
 
The Midsouth Philosophy Conference welcomes submissions from women and members of minority groups.
 
Papers must not exceed a length of 3000 words. On the first page of your paper, include the following eleven items:
 
(1) word count – 3000 words maximum!
(2) author’s name
(3) academic status (professor, unaffiliated, graduate student)
(4) higest earned degree (PhD, MA) 
(5) institutional affiliation (if any)
(6) mailing address
(7) email address
(8) telephone number
(9) the paper’s title
(10) and an abstract – 100 words maximum!
(11) will you need a smart classroom to present your paper?
 
Papers which do not include all eleven items will not be considered.
No more than one paper by the same author will be considered.
Title your paper like this: YourLastName_YourFirstName — example:
Russell_Bertrand.pdf
 
Submit your paper to:
 
 
Papers must be submitted January 12.
 
Papers will be reviewed by a committee.  Notification of acceptance will be made via email in January.  Submissions whose authors cannot be contacted through email will be rejected.
 
Each paper will have a commentator.  Persons whose papers are accepted are expected to serve as commentators if asked.  Others interested in commenting should email midsouth@lclark.edu by January 12, stating their availability and areas of interest; graduate students who are not yet ABD are especially encourged to volunteer.
 
The conference will begin with the keynote address at 1:30 Friday afternoon.  The conference will conclude at 5:20 Saturday afternoon.
 
Due to the size of the conference, we cannot accommodate special scheduling requests.  You should submit a paper only if you can attend the entire conference.
 
 
Thomas Nenon has reserved rooms for Thursday (3/12) through Saturday (3/14) nights at the Comfort Inn on 100 North Front Street.  Call 901-526-0583 and identify yourself as a participant in the Midsouth Philosophy Conference by February 1 in order to ensure availability and to receive the conference rate.
 
The airport shuttle goes to the Comfort Inn for $20 one-way and $30 round-trip, taxis for about $40.
 
Click here for travel directions to Rhodes College.
 
Click here for a campus map.
 
Click here for a map of campus parking.
 
 
https://sites.google.com/a/lclark.edu/midsouth/ will have additional information.
 

Conf: Society for Applied Philosophy

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From: Cameron, Dr Jonathan M. H. <jon.cameron@abdn.ac.uk>
Subject: CFP: Society for Applied Philosophy Annual Conference 2015, 3-5 July, University of Edinburgh

Call for papers

Society for Applied Philosophy
Annual Conference 2015

  • Start Date: 03-Jul-2015
  • End Date: 05-Jul-2015
  • Location: John McIntryre Conference Centre, University of Edinburgh
  • Venue Address: Pollock Halls, 18 Holyrood Park Rd, Edinburgh EH16 5AY
  • Contact Email: admin@appliedphil.org

The Society for Applied Philosophy was founded in 1982 with the aim of promoting philosophical study and research that has a direct bearing on areas of practical concern. It arose from an increasing awareness that many topics of public debate are capable of being illuminated by the critical, analytic approach characteristic of philosophy, and by direct consideration of questions of value. These topics come from a number of different areas of social life – law, politics, economics, science, technology, medicine and education are among the most obvious. The purpose of the SAP is to foster and promote philosophical work that is intended to make a constructive contribution to problems in these areas. It does so through events, conferences, and lecture programme


CALL FOR PAPERS
Open themed event

The event will be an open themed applied philosophy conference (papers will be given across a wide range of topics in applied philosophy).

Plenary speakers: James Harris (University of St Andrews)Rebecca Kulka (Georgetown University), Antony Duff (University of Stirling)

further speakers to be announced

SUBMISSION PROCESS for PROPOSED PAPERS

For a paper to be considered for inclusion in the programme, please submit a 1500 word abstract ACCOMPANIED BY a 300 word synopsis..

Please submit abstracts here.  The deadline for submission is Monday 12 January 2015

SUBMISSION PROCESS for PANEL TOPICS

The organisers hope to include some panel sessions at this year’s annual conference.

If you have a panel topic proposal please submit a 1500 word outline of the session ALONG WITH a 500 word abstract for each of the papers in the panel here.

The deadline for panel session submission is Monday 12 January 2015


Annual Conference POSTGRADUATE ESSAY PRIZE
A prize will be awarded to the best postgraduate essay submission.

The winning student will receive free registration and accommodation at the conference as well as reimbursement of travel expenses incurred (up to £250).


Chair persons

Chair persons will be required for some of the sessions at the conference.  Chair persons are responsible for introducing speakers during one (or more) of the concurrent sessions, ensuring the session begins and ends on time, and for chairing Q&A after the speaker’s presentation.  Chair persons must hold or have held an academic position in philosophy or have completed or be a completing a PhD in philosophy.

If you are interested in being included in the programme as a chair person for one (or more) of the sessions please contactadmin@appliedphil.org (please state academic position, etc. and institutional affiliation).


PLENARY SPEAKERS

James Harris
(University of St Andrews)


Rebecca Kulka 
(Georgetown University)


Antony Duff

(University of Stirling) 
Civic Punishment

Further speakers to be announced


EVENT PROGRAMME

  • SAP Annual Conference 2015 programme (forthcoming Mar 2015)
  • SAP Annual Conference 2015 programme abstracts (forthcoming May 2015)

 


COSTS, PAYMENTS, REGISTRATION

 

All attendees must register for the event

Outline of registration prices / options – please note these are currently provisional and may be altered prior to registration opening in March 2015

Outline of registration prices / options

Rate 1 – full weekend (registration, lunch, t&c, dinner, accomm Fri 27, accomm Sat 28) £360 non members, £340 members.

Rate 1.1 student full weekend (registration, lunch, t&c, dinner, accomm Fri 27, accomm Sat 28) £240 non members, £220 members (20 places, this rate option is available to students only)

Rate 2 – day delegate full weekend (registration, lunches fri-sun, t&c fri-sun, fri and sat dinner) £210 non members, £190 members.

Rate 2.1 – student full weekend day delegate (registration, lunch, t&c, fri/sat dinner) – £140 non members, £120 members (20 places, this rate option is available students only)

Rate 3 – day delegate (registration, lunch, t&c, fri/sat dinner) £90 non members, £80 members.

Rate 4 – faculty day rate (registration, t&c) i.e. no lunch or dinner Oxford faculty staff only: £40 non members, £35 members (this option is available to University of Oxford faculty staff and students only)
The Society can also contribute to the cost of attendance for persons with disabilities. Enquiries should go to admin@appliedphil.org in the first instance.


TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS AND VENUE INFORMATION

 


Society for Applied Philosophy
admin@appliedphil.org

Follow SAP on Twitter
Sign up to SAPnews

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Conf: Logic in Kant’s Wake

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From: sandra lapointe <lapointe@mcmaster.ca>
Subject: Logic in Kant’s Wake – Call for Participation

On 6-7 January 2015, The Bertrand Russell Research Centre at McMaster University will be hosting an international workshop on the development of logic at the turn of the 19th century, in Kant’s wake. The speakers include:

  •  Risto Vilkko (Helsinki)
  • Michael Forster (Chicago)
  • Lydia Patton (Virginia Tech)
  • Sandra Lapointe (McMaster)
  • Jeremy Heis (UC, Irvine)
  • Hans-Johann Glock (Zürich)

Attendance is free and lunch will be catered. Places are limited, however. Those interested in attending the workshop are invited to contact the organizers. Funding may be available.

Sandra Lapointe

Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy

Academic Director
Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship

Research Affiliate
Bertrand Russell Research Centre

Editor in Chief
Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy

https://jhaponline.org/jhap/

Contact:

Dr. Sandra Lapointe
Department of Philosophy
McMaster University
University Hall 310A
1280 Main Street West
Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4K1

Tel: 905-525-9140, ext. 24312

http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~lapointe/

Conf: Locke

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From: Jessica Gordon-Roth <jgordonroth@gmail.com>
Subject: Locke Workshop: May 1-2, 2015: Call for Papers

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

The 2015 John Locke Workshop

to be held at

The Rotman Institute of Philosophy

at The University of Western Ontario

May 1-2, 2015

Keynote Speaker: Peter Anstey (Sydney)

“Locke on Measurement”

The aim of this workshop is to foster interactions among Locke scholars, encourage the development and creation of new scholarship, and further the pursuit of new ideas regarding Locke’s philosophy, its context, and its continuing significance.  Please submit a title and abstract of no more than 750 words by NOV 1, 2014 to johnlockesociety@uwo.ca.  Final papers should be no longer than 5000 words.  The full program will be made available by DEC 15, 2014.  Further information regarding the workshop, accommodation options, and other practical matters will be available at that time.  Submissions on any topic of Locke’s philosophy will be considered, but we would especially welcome submissions regarding Locke’s natural philosophy and/or philosophy of science, broadly construed.

The John Locke Society

Jessica Gordon-Roth (CUNY-Lehman)

Benjamin Hill (Western Ontario)

https://sites.google.com/site/lockeworkshop/home

 

Jessica Gordon-Roth, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Philosophy Department
City University of New York, Lehman College
Bronx, NY
For more information about me and my philosophical activities, check out my site.
Click here for more information about the 2015 Locke Workshop that I am co-hosting at the Rotman Institute at the University of Western Ontario May 1-2, 2015, and here for more information about early modern events in the NYC area.

ESSAY PRIZE: Unconscious Perception

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From: Bence Nanay <bence@mail.ubc.ca>
Subject: ESSAY PRIZE: Unconscious Perception, 2,000 Euros, Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp (extra info)

I sent this around a couple of days ago, but I’m re-sending it because we now agreed with the Journal of Consciousness Studies that they would publish the winning essay(s) (if the author is interested). 
Third Annual Essay Prize at the Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp

 

Topic: Unconscious perception in (contemporary, analytic) philosophy of perception. 

 

Eligibility: The Essay Prize is open to those who received their PhD after May 2006 or who are PhD students.

 

Length: 3000 words. Single spaced!

 

Deadline: November 1, 2014. Essays should be sent, suitable for blind refereeing, to nanay@berkeley.edu

 

Prize money: 2,000 Euros. The author of the winning essay will be invited to give a presentation at a major workshop on unconscious perceptionsome time in Spring 2015 at the University of Antwerp.

 

More infohttp://webh01.ua.ac.be/bence.nanay/paw.htm

 

Bence Nanay
Professor of Philosophy and BOF Research Professor (ZAPTTBOF)
Centre for Philosophical Psychology
University of Antwerp
D 413, Grote Kauwenberg 18,
2000 Antwerp, Belgium
Tel: +32 32654340
and
Senior Research Associate
Peterhouse, University of Cambridge
Cambridge, CB2 1RD, UK
http://uahost.uantwerpen.be/bence.nanay

Recently published: Bence Nanay: Between Perception and Action. Oxford University Press, 2013 http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199695379.do

 

Conf: Logic And Philosophy Of Mathematical Practices

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From: Patrick Allo <patrick.allo@vub.ac.be>
Subject: Logic And Philosophy Of Mathematical Practices: 2nd CfP

LOGIC and PHILOSOPHY of MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES
Strategic Research Project – CLWF Free University Brussels VUB

Brussels 11-12 December, 2014

The Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science (CLWF) at Free University Brussels (VUB) welcomes abstracts for an international workshop on LOGIC and PHILOSOPHY of MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES.

Invited keynote speakers are:
Danielle Macbeth (Haverford College, Haverford, PA)
Alison Pease (Dundee)
Rik Pinxten (Ghent University)
Suzanne Prediger (Technische Universität Dortmund)

The conference will be held at Métropole Hotel, Place De Brouckèreplein 31, 1000 Brussels, at the historical centre of Brussels http://www.metropolehotel.com/

We welcome paper proposals on a variety of topics related to the conference theme ‘on mathematical practices’ , including (but not limited to) contributions to:
logic and argumentation
philosophy of mathematics
mathematics and culture
arts, philosophy, and science
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics)
etc.

Scientific committee:
Patrick Allo (Free University Brussels)
Kathleen Coessens (Free University Brussels)
Karen François (Free University Brussels)
Danielle Macbeth (Haverford College, Haverford, PA)
Rik Pinxten (Ghent University)
Suzanne Prediger (Technische Universität Dortmund)
Jean Paul Van Bendegem (Free University Brussels)
Bart Van Kerkhove (Free University Brussels)

Local Organizing Committee: Center of Logic and Philosophy of Science – Free University Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel): Patrick Allo, Karen François, Joachim Frans, Yacin Hamami, Jean Paul Van Bendegem, Bart Van Kerkhove

Please send abstracts (max. 500 words) prepared for blind review to Patrick Allo <patrick.allo[ad]vub.ac.be> by November 1, 2014. Please include identifying information on separate page or accompanying email.

Important Dates:
Abstract Submission: 1 November 2014
Notification : 7 November 2014
Early Registration: 30 November 2014. Registration fee 100 Euro (all included: coffee breaks, lunch, conference materials, booklet) From December 1st registration fee will be 200 euro
Conference: 11-12 December 2014
Information and registration: http://www.vub.ac.be/CLWF/LPMP2014/

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