Proposals for conference papers (abstracts) are invited:
We encourage papers in the broadly-defined field of Continental Philosophy, including but not limited to: German Idealism, Phenomenology, Existentialism, Hermeneutics, Critical Theory, Post-structuralism, Postmodernism, Philosophy and Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Film, and relationship between Continental Philosophy and other philosophical traditions.
We welcome papers from postgraduate students.
Papers that are linked thematically (e.g., devoted to the work of a particular thinker or a particular philosophical problem/issue) will be scheduled within a conference stream.
Submissions are especially encouraged in the following potential streams:
Continental Philosophy of Religion
European Philosophy and the Legacy of the Great War (The Analytic-Continental divide in historical perspective)
Naturalism and the Transcendental
Phenomenology, the Real, and Thinking the Unthinkable
Philosophical Moods and their Metaphilosophical Significance
The Metaphysics of the Event
All non-plenary papers will be allocated 45-minute sessions (25-30 minute presentation, allowing 15-20 minutes for discussion). Session chairs will be encouraged to ensure papers allow sufficient time for discussion.
The deadline for the
submission of conference abstracts has been extended to Friday 3 October
2014. Confirmation of selection will follow shortly.