CFP: 10th Annual Florida State University Free Will, Moral Responsibility, and Agency Conference

Submission deadline: November 19, 2021

Conference date(s):
February 18, 2022 - February 19, 2022

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Conference Venue:

Department of Philosophy, Florida State University
Tallahassee, United States

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The Philosophy Graduate Student Association (PGSA) of Florida State University is now accepting submissions for their graduate conference on free will, moral responsibility, and agency.

The conference will take place at Florida State University on February 18-19, 2022. Keynote speakers will be:

Derk Pereboom, Cornell University.

Coleen Macnamara, University of California, Riverside.

The conference will be held in Dodd Hall Auditorium. Conference participants can access the auditorium via either stairs or ramps, and wheelchair accessible tables as well as theater-style seats are available in the auditorium. Microphones will be available for presenters. Though the conference is currently planned to be held in-person, there may be changes due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to monitor the pandemic and provide updates should they be necessary.

Those interested in submitting high quality papers related to free will, moral responsibility, or the wider notion of agency should email their submissions to [email protected]. Papers should be submitted along with a cover page. The criteria for the paper submission and cover page are as follows:

Paper Requirements

• Prepared for anonymous review

• No more than 4,000 words

• Suitable for 25-minute presentation

Cover Page Requirements

• Presenter’s name

• Institutional affiliation

• Contact information

• Title of paper

• 150-250 word abstract

• Word count

The deadline for submissions is November 19, 2021. We will notify those whose papers have been accepted no later than December 19, 2021.

For questions or further information, please contact Zach Smith (zss20d at Be sure to visit the conference website at

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