CFP: Mind, Language and Cognition: Historical Perspectives
Submission deadline: November 30, 2011
May 24, 2012 - May 26, 2012
The Society for Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy is an international organization aimed at promoting discussion in all areas of scholarship concerning the development of philosophical logic, philosophy of language, the philosophy of mind, metaphysics, the philosophy of science and epistemology. It welcomes scholars interested in the many ways in which the disciplines were influenced by thinkers such as Bolzano, Brentano and his school, Husserl, Frege, Russell, the Vienna Circle, Tarski and the Polish school, for instance, but also seeks to promote work engaging with lesser known figures and trends.
SSHAP invites submissions for its 2012 annual conference. Paper submissions in all areas of the history of analytic philosophy are welcome. A selection of papers from the conference will be published in a special volume of the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy. (www.jhaponline.org)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: November 30th, 2011.
Authors are requested to submit their papers electronically according to the following guidelines:
1) Papers should be prepared for blind refereeing, 2) put into PDF file format, and 3) sent as an email attachment to the address given below -- where 4) the subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase "SSHAP submission", and 5) the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including i) return email address, ii) author's name, iii) affiliation, iv) paper title, and v) short abstract.
Time allowed for presentation is 60 minutes (including discussion). We recommend that paper be no longer than 4000 words.
Electronic submissions should be sent to:
CANADIAN STUDENT PRESENTERS TRAVEL BURSARIES
SSHAP will be offering up to 10 travel bursaries to Canadian student presenters. The bursaries will cover transportation to as well as accommodation and subsistence in Hamilton. Bursaries will be awarded on the basis of need and scientific merit.