CFP: 2nd PLM Conference

Submission deadline: April 1, 2013

Conference date(s):
September 13, 2013 - September 15, 2013

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Conference Venue:

Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations, Central European University
1051 Budapest, Hungary

Topic areas


PLM (Philosophy of Language and Mind)

PLM is a European network of centers, institutes and departments with a strong commitment to the philosophy of language and philosophy of mind (see PLM organises conferences, master classes and internal workshops. PLM was formed 2010 and has the following members:

- Arché, St Andrews

- Department of Philosophy, CEU, Budapest

- CLLAM, Department of Philosophy, Stockholm University

- CSMN, Oslo

- ILCLI, University of the Basque County, San Sebastian

- ILLC, Amsterdam

- Institut Jean-Nicod, Paris

- Institute of Philosophy II, Ruhr University Bochum

- Institute of Philosophy, University of London

- LOGOS, University of Barcelona

- NIP, University of Aberdeen


Second PLM Conference

Every two years PLM organises a conference in the philosophy of language and philosophy mind area. The first PLM conference took place in Stockholm, September 2011, organised by CLLAM. The second PLM conference will take place in Budapest, 13-15 September 2013, organised by the Department of Philosophy, CEU. A special issue of Synthese with papers from the first conference, by Craig French, Peter Fritz, Marie Guillot, Nat Hansen, Elisabeth Pacherie and Francois Recanati is forthcoming. A similar special issue of Synthese with papers from the second conference will be considered, to which a selected number of speakers will be asked to contribute. The conference fee is 50 EUR.

Key-note speakers will be:

- Maria Alvarez (King’s College, London)

- Stephen Neale (City University of New York)

- Martine Nida-Rümelin (Philosophische Fakultät, Universität Freiburg)

- Peter Pagin (CLLAM, Department of Philosophy, Stockholm University)

- Josefa Toribio (ICREA, Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies)


Call For Papers

The conference welcomes contributed papers in the areas of philosophy of language (widely construed, including philosophical logic) and philosophy of mind. Contributed papers will be allocated 40 minutes, including 10-15 minutes for discussion.


To submit a proposal for a contributed talk:

1. Compose an email with your name, affiliation, and the title of your talk

2. Attach a two-page abstract of your talk, anonymized for blind refereeing, as a pdf file

3. Send it to: [email protected]

4. Deadline: 31 March 2013

5. Results of the selection will be communicated no later than 31 May 2013

For the organizing committee
Hanoch Ben-Yami

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