Twenty-Ninth International Social Philosophy Conference
Call for Papers
Special attention will be devoted to the theme: Civic Virtues, Divided Societies, and Democratic Dilemmas, but proposals in all areas of social philosophy are welcome.
For those living in Canada or the U.S.: March 15, 2012.
For those living outside the United States and Canada: Jan. 15, 2012.
Download the Call for Papers notice for complete submission information here.
Sponsored by the NAASP
The North American Society for Social Philosophy is an international organization of philosophers. It owns the Journal of Social Philosophy, organizes sessions in conjunction with national meetings, and publishes a peer-reviewed volume of selected conference proceedings.
The annual international conference provides a collegial environment for the sharing of professional workin social philosophy, broadly conceived, and from its inception has emphasized the support and nurturance of serious intellectual engagement, in contrast to an atmosphere of competition or doctrinal exclusion. Themes for the conference range from the sociological to the ethical to the political (and the economic and legal).
The Society supports work in so-called mainstream philosophical analysis and the history of philosophy, along with a wide range of alternative perspectives (e.g.: feminism, critical race theory, marxism, post-colonial theory, libertarianism, gender studies).
|Starts On:||26/Jul/2012 (Registration now closed)|
|Field:||Social Sciences & Humanities|
|Organizer:||North American Society for Social Philosophy (NASSP)|
|Location:||Boston, United States, Massachusetts|
Users who have participated: