1st European Experimental Philosophy Conference, 2021, Prague

June 17, 2021 - June 19, 2021
Charles University, Prague

Viničná 7
Praha
Czech Republic

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Sponsor(s):

  • Strategic Partnership Prague-Zurich

Organisers:

Charles University, Prague

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Online/hybrid event

Confirmed speakers

Helen De Cruz, Saint Louis University

Kathryn Francis, Keele University

Michael Laakasuo, University of Helsinki

Kevin Reuter, University of Zurich

Pascale Willemsen, University of Zurich


Invited symposia

Symposium on Future Technologies

Symposium on Language and Normativity


Submission deadline: 14 March 2021


Notification of acceptance: 2 April 2021


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

We warmly invite suggestions for talks and posters to be presented either online or in person. Each talk will last 30 to 35 minutes and speakers should allow 10 to 15 minutes of this time for questions.

Please prepare an abstract of no more than 500 words for anonymous review. The abstract should clearly specify the research question, which methods have been used, and which the results. Please add 4 to 6 keywords that best describe your research project. All contributions will be considered for both a talk and a poster presentation. If you wish to be considered for only one of these options, make a respective comment below your abstract. Please only submit pdf files. Each researcher can be involved in no more than three abstracts. Please submit your abstract to EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=xphieu2021

Submissions can address any topic in experimental philosophy, including but not limited to Xphi of metaphysics, language, mind, morality, aesthetics, and philosophy of law. As always, we wish to cover a large variety of experimental topics. We also encourage the submission of abstracts which take a critical stance on experimental philosophy or which develop or discuss new empirical methods. In order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the introduction of the word “robot” by the Czech writer Karel Čapek, we also welcome papers on the topic of moral intuitions about future technologies, such as robots and artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, human enhancement, etc. 

We strongly encourage young researchers, including master students and PhD students to submit their work.

Chairpersons of the local organisers: Robin Kopecký and Michaela Jirout Košová (Prague)

Chair of the programme committee: Pascale Willemsen (Zurich)

For more information see www.xphiprague.eu

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#experimental philosophy, #future technologies, #language and normativity, #large variety of experimental topics