CFP: Third PLM Conference

Submission deadline: April 3, 2015

Conference date(s):
September 11, 2015 - September 13, 2015

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Conference Venue:

Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature (CSMN), University of Oslo
Oslo, Norway

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Third PLM Conference
Centre for the Study of Mind in Nature (CSMN)
University of Oslo
11-13 September 2015

PLM (Philosophy of Language and Mind)

PLM is a European network of centres, institutes and departments with a strong commitment to the philosophy of language and philosophy of mind (see PLM organises conferences, master classes and internal workshops. PLM was formed in 2010 and now has the following members (representative on the PLM committee given in brackets):

Third PLM Conference

Every two years PLM organises a conference on the philosophy of language and philosophy mind. The third PLM conference will take place at the CSMN in Oslo, 11-13 September 2015.

Keynote Speakers are:

- Herman Cappelen (Arche, St.Andrews and CSMN, Oslo)
- Kathrin Glüer (Stockholm University)
- Chris Gauker (University of Salzburg)
- Michiel van Lambalgen (University of Amsterdam)
- Frédérique de Vignemont (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris)

Call for Papers

The conference welcomes contributed papers in the areas of philosophy of language (widely construed, including philosophical logic) and philosophy of mind. Contributed papers will be allocated 40 minutes, including 10-15 minutes for discussion.

Submission of Abstracts

The organizers invite submissions of abstracts for presentation at the conference. Abstracts should be anonymous, not more than two pages of A4, and submitted as a .pdf file.

Please attach the abstract to an email in the body of which you specify the name of the corresponding author, her/his affiliation, and the title of the talk.

Submissions should be send to [email protected]

Deadline: Friday, 3rd April 2015.

Results of the selection will be communicated no later than Monday, 8th June 2015.

Possible Publication of Selected Papers:

Synthese has published a special issue with papers from the first conference (Volume 190, Issue 10, July 2013), and a Synthese special issue with papers from the second conference is forthcoming. A similar special issue of Synthese with papers from the third conference will be considered, to which a number of speakers (selected from both the keynote and submitted presentations) will be invited to contribute.

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