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:: Calls :: Phenomenology and Mind, Journal of the Faculty of Philosophy of San Raffaele University (Milan), invites submissions for a special issue, in French and in English, dedicated to “Qu’est-ce qu’une règle? Perspectives ontologiques et pragmatiques – What is a rule? Ontological and pragmatic perspectives”. The issue will gather the works from philosophers all around the world in order to investigate the nature of rules and norms from the perspectives of ontology and pragmatics, with a special focus on legal rules and legal norms. Submissions should be sent in French or in English to info@phenomenologyandmind. eu by April 15, 2017(more…)

:: Calls :: McMaster University’s Philosophy Department is pleased to announce this year’s installment of the Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership Graduate Student Conference, in June 16-17, 2017, at McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario. They are currently accepting graduate and law student submissions relating to all areas within legal theory (e.g.: General and Normative Jurisprudence; The Nature of Law; Law and Morality; Judicial Review/ Judicial Activism/ Theories of the Judicial Role; Constitutionalism; Criminal Law and Punishment Theory; Feminist Approaches to Legal Theory/ Critical Legal Studies; The History of Legal Philosophy; Law and Authority; International Law…). Papers should be approximately 3000-4000 words in length. An abstract of 100-200 words should accompany all papers. All papers and abstracts must be electronically submitted by March 17, 2017. 

:: Calls :: The Canadian Journal of Philosophy hereby calls for papers on the topic
“Representation and Evaluation” for a Special Issue. The volume provides an occasion
to explore the role of representation in theories of meaning and mind with
special attention to the implications this has for metaethical, or more broadly
metanormative, theory.Submissions (10,000 words max) and a brief abstract should be submitted through the Canadian Journal of Philosophy website (http://www.edmgr.com/rcjp/default.aspx).  Submissions must be received by
June 15, 2017. (more…)

We invite authors to submit papers to a Special Issue on Argument Strength to be published in IfCoLog (Journal of Logics and Their Applications, College Publications).  In the special issue we intend to publish original high quality contributions on the basis of talks given at the workshop “Argument Strength 2016”, which took place at Ruhr-University Bochum, and we also welcome contributions from other authors. The aim of this special issue is to collect original and high quality contributions from the fields of artificial intelligence, philosophy, logic, and argumentation theory, which are related to the strength of arguments. DL for abstract’s registration: March 1, 2017.DL for abstract’s submission: March 15, 2017 in https://easychair.org/cfp/ArgStr16-Special-Issue .All questions about submissions should be emailed to argumentstrength2016@gmail.com  (more…)

:: Calls :: The Department of Logic and Methodology of Sciences (Comenius University in Bratislava) and the Institute of Philosophy (Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava) announces a conference dedicated to deontic logic in its current state of development, taking place at the Institute of Philosophy of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (Klemensova 19, Bratislava), on November 23–24, 2017. Blinded abstracts of 200-500 words should be submitted to ctdl2017@gmail.com, with a separate cover page with your name, affiliation and contact information.  (more…)

:: Calls :: Phenomenology and Mind, Journal of the Faculty of Philosophy of San Raffaele University (Milan), invites submissions for a special issue dedicated to “New Trends in Philosophy”. The issue will gather the works from young philosophers all around the world in order to draw a picture of the directions in which philosophy is heading. The CfP is especially directed to master and PhD students, post-doctoral fellows, and young researchers. The main purpose of this special issue is to provide a critical overview of some of the most interesting topics and methodologies from the current philosophical debate. Submissions should be sent to info@phenomenologyandmind. eu by March 15, 2017For any further information, please contact: lauracaponetto@gmail. combianca.cepollaro@gmail. com.


:: Calls :: The EUI will host an international legal philosophy workshop on legal reasoning and argumentation, with a focus on the topic of reason-giving in law. If interested in taking part, submit any relevant abstract (800 words) for blind review to Luís Duarte d’Almeida (University of Edinburgh) by February 27, 2017.  

The XXVIII World Congress  of the  International Society for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR) will be held in Istanbul July 16 – 21, 2017. Submissions for individual papers to be presented at the Congress, in two special workshops addressing “The Concept of Law: Elements and Nature” and “Objectivity and Law” are welcomed. Send abstracts (400 words) and brief academic biography in English or Spanish no later than February 5, 2017(more…)

:: Calls :: The Foundations of Normatively Workshop, hosted by the University of Edinburgh and taking placeon June 12-13,2017, showcases new work on the nature and source of laws, rules, and norms, focusing on moral, legal, and political normativity. Papers are welcomed for a pre-read and brief presentation at the Worshop. If interested, please submit (i) a paper; (ii) an abstract (750 words) to luis.duarte.almeida@ed.ac.uk with the subject “FoN3 submission” by February 13, 2017.   (more…)

:: Calls :: The Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership (OLPP) Annual Graduate Student Conference is a free academic event focusing on recent work in legal theory and the philosophy of law, from feminist legal theory, philosophy of criminal law, international law, constitutionalism, and many more. If interested in participating, submit papers (3000-4000 words) and abstracts (100-200 words) by March 17th, 2017. Graduate students only.  (more…)