The Fifth Conference of the European Network on Social Ontology (ENSO V)

August 30, 2017 - September 1, 2017
The Metaphysics and Collectivity Research Group in cooperation with the International Social Ontology Society (ISOS) and the Department of Philosophy at Lund University, Lund University

LUX, Helgonavägen 3
Lund 223 62

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Stephen Butterfill
University of Warwick
Sara Rachel Chant
University of Missouri, Columbia
Francesco Guala
University of Milan
Rico Hauswald
Technische Universität Dresden
Christian List
London School of Economics
Indiana University, Bloomington
Karen Mccomb
University of Sussex
Elisabeth Pacherie
Institut Jean Nicod, CNRS, ENS, EHESS
Wlodek Rabinowicz
Lund University and LSE
Michael Schmitz
University of Vienna
Raimo Tuomela
University of Helsinki
Julie Zahle
University of Copenhagen

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The Fifth Conference of the European Network on Social Ontology
Lund, Sweden
August 30 – September 1, 2017
The European Network on Social Ontology invites contributions to its fifth conference. ENSO V is an interdisciplinary conference concerning social ontology. Possible topics include but are not limited to
—   The metaphysics of social reality
—   Team reasoning, coordination problems, preference and value aggregation
—   The nature of collective intentionality and agency
—   Moral and legal aspects of collective agency
—   Social conventions, norms, and power
—   Non-human sociality
We wish to fill 40-50 slots with submitted papers. To apply, please submit a long abstract (max 1000 words) via by *March 1st 2017*. An abstract submission form will be available three months before the deadline. Papers should be suitable for a 15-20 minutes presentation. If your paper is accepted, then a short abstract (maximum 200 words) will also be required for the conference booklet and/or conference website.
Stephen Butterfill (University of Warwick)
Sara Rachel Chant (Tulane University)
Christian List (London School of Economics)
Karen Mccomb (University of Sussex)
Julie Zahle (University of Copenhagen)
Kirk Ludwig, From Individual to Plural Agency: Collective Action 1, Oxford UP 2016
Sara Rachel Chant, Tulane University
Kirk Ludwig, University of Indiana

Michael Schmitz, University of Vienna
Raimo Tuomela, University of Helsinki
Francesco Guala, Understanding Institutions: The Science and Philosophy of Living
Together, Princeton U P 2016
Francesco Guala, University of Milano
Rico Hauswald, Technische Universität Dresden
Elisabeth Pacherie, Institut Jean Nicod, CNRS
Wlodek Rabinowicz, Lund University
Additions to the program are expected.
The European Network on Social Ontology was founded in 2007 with the goal to provide a platform for discussion and exchange of ideas, future research activities at European level and the organization of a biennial international conference focusing on social ontology. Attendance to the conference allows participants to join the International Social Ontology Society (ISOS). The conference will be organized by the Metaphysics & Collectivity Research Group in cooperation with the Department of Philosophy at Lund University and The International Social Ontology Society.
Organising committee:
Björn Petersson (Chair), Lund University; Gunnar Björnsson, Umeå University; Olle Blomberg, University of Copenhagen; Johan Brännmark, Malmö University; Åsa Burman, Stockholm University; Mattias Gunnemyr, Lund University; Tobias Hansson Wahlberg, Lund University; Anna-Sofia Maurin, University of Gothenburg; Tomas Persson, Lund University; Jeroen Smid, Lund University; András Szigeti, Linköping University.
ENSO IV, University of Palermo,
ENSO III, University of Helsinki,
ENSO II, Luiss Guido Carli University, Rome,
ENSO I, University of Constance,

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