CFP: The International Conference on Contemporary Philosophy of Religion
Submission deadline: Sunday, December 23 2012
Sunday, December 23 2012 - Monday, December 24 2012
The Iranian Association for Philosophy of Religion
In the contemporary world and despite the differences, divergences, tensions, and conflicts, mankind is desperately seeking a sustainable and reliable source and way of peace, prosperity and happiness.
Philosophy of Religion is considered by its large community to be competent to make a bridge from the Abstraction to the Action and from the West to the East in order to solve or resolve the separation to the unification.
Since religion might be the most common and valuable element of human life, any dialogue, understanding and exchange of ideas based on such a foundation could result in very productive and fruitful outcomes and consequences.
Thus the Iranian Association for Philosophy of Religion have decided to organize the First Contemporary Philosophy of Religion conference to be held in Tehran , Iran at The Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies in order to establish the unique ground for dialogue and understanding among the very influential community of Philosophy of Religion from both West and East.
The two-day conference will explore the following issues:
- Arguments for the existence of God in the East and West
- Religious Experience
- Religious Pluralism
- God and Evil
- Rationality and Religious Beliefs
- Religious Dialogue between West and East
- Intercultural Studies and Contemporary Philosophy of Religion
- Religion and Technology
- Religion, Art and Contemporary World
Proposals of papers should consist of a title, a 150-250 word abstract, and the author's name and full contact information.
Deadline: 22th July 2012. Early submissions are especially welcome.
Please submit proposals (in MS Word) or queries to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Conference is organized by Iranian Association for Philosophy of Religion (philor), in cooperation with The Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies (ihcs).
Professor Hamidreza Ayatollahy
Chancellor of Iranian Association for Philosophy of Religion
Professor Seyyed Hassan Hosseini