Space And Time: An Interdisciplinary Approach

September 26, 2019 - September 28, 2019
Institute of Philosophy, Vilnius University

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3rd Annual Conference:

Space And Time:  An Interdisciplinary Approach

Call for Papers

Deadline: 15 May, 2019

Dates:  26 – 28 September, 2019

Conference Venue: Institute of Philosophy, Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania

Topic Areas: Open. Philosophy, Arts and Sciences

Space and Time are major topics of research in a vast majority of sciences and philosophy trends. However, at the same time it is difficult to find common points and common language among a variety of different approaches. What is common between notion of space and time in psychology and phenomenology, physics and psychology, analytic and continental approaches? The aim of the conference is to bring together different approaches to space and time problems. The conference will strive towards the cooperation between specialists of different fields that brings together different approaches to the problematic of space and time. We will accept papers dealing with questions of space and time from different perspectives.  Interdisciplinary papers are welcome, however, we will also accept papers that deal with the specific topic from the viewpoint of one discipline and are also of interest to a wider audience.

Suggested topics:

-          Historical problems of Space and Time.

-          Space and Time in: 1) physics, mathematics and natural sciences; 2) psychology and neuroscience; 3) social sciences and politics.

-          Analytic philosophy of Space and Time; Logic.

-          Phenomenology of Space and Time.

-          Space and Time in Arts, Architecture and Music.

Guest speakers:

Jurgis Skilters (University of Latvia) Space: from Geometry to Functional Dependencies

Jose R. Croca (University of Lisbon) Beyond Space and Chronological Time: the Becoming


Abstracts up to 500 words should be sent to:  [email protected]

Abstract should include: title, author(s) affiliation, email, clear thesis, discussion and conclusion. Abstracts should be written and presented in English

Conference fee: 50 EUR

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