Neuchâtel Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

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Institut de Philosophie , Université de Neuchâtel

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University College London
Humboldt-University, Berlin

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We are pleased to announce the first Neuchâtel Undergraduate Philosophy Conference. The conference will take place in person over the course of two days. This event will offer undergraduate students working in all areas of philosophy the chance to present their work and gain feedback in a welcoming and beautiful environment on the banks of Lake Neuchâtel. 


Please send abstracts of 500 words in any area of analytic philosophy prepared for anonymous review to [email protected] by Sunday 19th September 2021 (midnight CET), with the header ‘SUBMISSION’. Please also include a separate cover note attached to, or in the body of, the same email containing:

·       First and last name.

·       Academic affiliation.

·       Academic status (Only undergraduate students, i.e., bachelor’s students, may take part to the conference).

·       Subject area (e.g., « Metaphysics », « Social Ontology », « Philosophy of Action », etc...).

·       Paper title.

All speakers will receive a contribution to their travel and accommodation expenses of up to 100 CHF.

All talks must be in either French or English. However, abstracts may be in French, English, Italian, or German. 

Questions should be sent to the same address as the submissions.

The conference is organized by the University of Neuchâtel's Institute of Philosophy.

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September 19, 2021, 12:00am CET

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