First Congress on Polish Philosophy

September 25, 2020 - September 26, 2020
Department of Philosophy, Opole University

Collegium Civitas
Opole 45-061

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The Congress on Polish Philosophy, organized once every two years, will serve the purposes of researching and developing the original Polish philosophical heritage. It will be a place of meeting and exchange of thoughts for all scholars who are interested in the history of Polish philosophy and its relation to German, English, French and other philosophies, as well as for those who want to treat Polish philosophy as a living thought and to develop it further.

To participate in the First Congress on Polish Philosophy we invite all scholars who have either professional or private interest in Polish philosophy. Submission of paper proposals can be sent electronically until April 30, 2020. See link. They should contain a short biographic note (up to 50 words) and an abstract (up to 300 words). The abstract should include the main points of the presentation. An acceptance decision will be made within 30 days of the date of submission. We accept paper presentations in Polish, English and Russian. All presentations will take place in the Collegium Civitas building of the University of Opole. As a registration prerequisite for a paper presentation is a master’s degree in philosophy or in a related field. We also invite to our Congress students and other people who would like just to listen to lectures and presentations.

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August 15, 2020, 11:00pm CET

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#Polish Philosophy, #Contemporary Philosophy, #History of Philosophy, #Poland