Hellenic Political Philosophy and Contemporary Europe

September 29, 2019 - October 4, 2019
Center for Hellenic Studies

Palmon Bay Hotel and Spa
7 Sava Ilića
Herceg Novi 85347
Montenegro

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Center for Hellenic Studies from Podgorica (Montenegro) is happy to announce the international conference on the topic "Hellenic Political Philosophy and Contemporary Europe", to be held in Herceg Novi (Montenegro), from 29 September to 04 October 2019.

The Conference is organized under the auspices of the Ministry of Science of Montenegro, and it is intended to be of an interdisciplinary character, addressing different social and political issues from perspectives of history, philosophy, economics, theology, history of ideas, anthropology, political theory and other disciplines. Such conception of the scholarly exchange does not fulfill only the purpose of an historical investigation, but will provide a systematic treatment of the topic, thus clarifying existing ideas and advancing new ones. We welcome papers on topics like

  1. The concept of the polis in antiquity and modernity
  2. Freedom and democracy
  3. Politics and economy
  4. Democracy, liberalism, totalitarianism
  5. The philosophy of the polis: Citizen, polis and cultural ideals
  6. Autonomy and responsibility in politics
  7. The philosophy of the cosmopolis
  8. The polis and happiness
  9. Ethics and politics

and other relevant themes.

Abstracts of up to 200 words should be submitted by 1 May 2019, via the registration form, or sent by email toconference@ichs.me. For more information please visit the website, which will be constantly updated with new information.

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