CFP: Religion, Morality, Spirituality, and the Modern Person: East and West
Submission deadline: February 28, 2022
April 22, 2022 - April 23, 2022
Miami Shores, United States
This conference seeks to explore standard subjects within the philosophy of religion, morality, and spirituality—understanding, interpreting, and evaluating religious experiences, the relationship between faith and reason, Science and faith, religious realism and nonrealism, miracles, divine attributes, life after death, the problem of evil, religion and morality—as well as other essential issues of interest, such as morality and society, morality and culture, atheism and spirituality, skepticism and spirituality, Taoist view on morality, Confucius ethics, perfectionist and situational ethics, Islam and rationality, ethical practice of Islamic culture, spirituality and modern age, humanism and positivism, reductionist view’s on moral responsibility, culture and religion, Buddhism and post modernity; Buddhist ethics, and Indian Buddhism's encounter with Chinese Buddhism, Buddhism and philosophy of deconstruction, ethics of modernity, etc. To that end, we encourage and welcome submissions from scholars working in cognate disciplines who are examining the intersection of some of these themes in everyday life—East and West.
Please note that selected papers from the conference will be published (subject to editorial review). We will announce the deadline to submit your final paper. We generally give 3 months after the conference for you to prepare your final version of the paper. Since 2007 the Cambridge Scholars Press has published six books out of selected papers from our conferences edited by members of our advisory board. We also invite you to submit your paper for editorial review for the Journal of Indian Philosophy & Religion.
Send abstracts of 150 words to Chandana Chakrabarti ([email protected]) by February 28, 2022.