CFP: 11th Barcelona Workshop: Issues in Conceptual Ethics and Conceptual Engineering
Submission deadline: January 31, 2019
May 30, 2019 - May 31, 2019
Department of Philosophy, University of Barcelona
Issues in Conceptual Ethics and Conceptual Engineering
Eleventh Barcelona Workshop
Barcelona, 30-31 May 2019
ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Robin Andreasen (University of Delaware)
James Hampton (City University of London)
Kevin Toh (University College London)
Ásta (San Francisco State University)
The topic of the 11th Barcelona Workshop is Conceptual Ethics and Conceptual Engineering
We invite submissions for 35-40-minute presentations (with 25-20 additional minutes for discussion).
Submissions should take the form of a 1200-1500 words abstract, and should be submitted through EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bw11
Deadline for reception of submissions: January 31st, 2019.
Authors' names, postal address, affiliation, phone number and e-mail address should be given separately.
Submissions will be anonymously refereed by an international committee, and selected on the basis of general quality and relevance to the special topic of the workshop.
Communication of acceptance: End of February 2019.
We regret that we cannot cover travel and other expenses. We will try to help to cover accommodation expenses for speakers who are graduate students and don’t have travel funding from their home institutions.
The Workshop will have no parallel sessions. The Barcelona Workshop is a small format conference that attempts to provide ample space for discussion and informal interaction among participants.
The first BW took place in 1999, which means that BW11 is the 20th anniversary edition. For further information, please check http://www.ub.edu/logosbw/bw9/archive.html, or write to any member of the Organizing Committee.
The workshop is organized by: LOGOS (Research Group in Analytic Philosophy)
Facultat de Filosofia, 4th floor
C/ Montalegre 6-8
Teresa Marques (U. Barcelona);
Esa Díaz León (U. Barcelona);
Manuel Gustavo Isaac (U. Barcelona)
Delia Belleri (U. Vienna),
Esa Díaz León (U. Barcelona),
Manuel García-Carpintero (U. Barcelona),
Dan López de Sa (ICREA/U. Barcelona),
David Ludwig (U. Wageningen),
Teresa Marques (U. Barcelona),
Genoveva Martí (ICREA/U. Barcelona),
Mari Mikkola (U. Oxford),
Manuel Pérez Otero (U. Barcelona),
Kevin Toh (UCL),
Andrew Williams (ICREA/U. Pompeu Fabra).