CFP: AI, Philosophy and Religion

Submission deadline: March 23, 2024

Conference date(s):
May 13, 2024

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Conference Venue:

Department of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
Warsaw, Poland

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Call for Papers

Linking Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy and Religion leads to fascinating outcomes.

AI is opening new paths for philosophical exploration, bringing up key questions about ethics, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and even philosophy of religion itself as it evolves. Next, LLM-powered chatbots and visual models create a challenge for religious awareness and religious life, offering new ways to access religious knowledge and possibly enhancing religious experiences. The chatbots also open new analytical perspectives for the analysis of religious discourse, as they can automatically and systematically examine it on different levels, including in such analyses philosophical theories. Finally, philosophy and religion is a source of non-standard theories and concepts which can be a challenge for chatbots, and as such they can be a good material for testing chatbots capacities and performance. At the same time, it is good material to learn how to play with the chatbots, and learn proper prompt engineering skills.

Various topics, new possibilities, astonishing ideas and applications, which should be shared among the scholars who join AI with philosophy or studies on religion. For this reason, we decided to organise a conference “AI, Philosophy and Religion”.

We invite all the scholars, students and PhD students who are interested in linking these three fields and are ready to present inspiring research results.

Papers topics may include, but are not restricted to:

  • new perspectives, challenges, and directions for philosophy or religion, created by the development of AI,
  • opportunities for the development of AI from the part of philosophy or religion,
  • advantages of using LLM-powered chatbots in logical analysis of religious discourse,
  • methodological and technical conditions, challenges and opportunities for the research projects linking AI, philosophy and religion.

After the successful debates during the workshop “Logic, Religion, and AI” organised on September 7, 2023 as part of the 4th World Congress on Logic and Religion (Sinaia, Romania), we know that such topics are extremely promising and worth being discussed.


The deadline for abstract submissions is: March 23, 2024. Please send them directly to organisers: Marcin Trepczyński ([email protected]), CC: Furkan Ozcelik ([email protected]).

Abstracts must be written in English and be max 500 words long. They should be concise and present the main theses or hypotheses which will be discussed.

Notification will be sent the latest by March 27, 2024. Earlier abstracts will receive earlier notifications.

The speakers will be invited to submit an article for a volume.


The conference will be held at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Warsaw, which is located in the charming historical part of Warsaw at 3 Krakowskie Przedmiescie Str., in a wonderful area, which in May is full of green and blooming flowers.

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