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Call For Papers: 3rd Annual Minds Online Conference

The editors of the Brains blog, together with the Departments of Philosophy at Florida State University and the University of Houston, are pleased to announce that the third annual Minds Online conference will be held during the month of September, 2017. And we hope that you’ll submit, participate, and share this with interested philosophers and cognitive scientists.

Keynotes

The Future of Online Conferences in Philosophy”.

Call For Papers

The organizers especially encourage the submission of papers on the following topics:

  • philosophy of mind (broadly construed)
  • epistemology (as it relates to philosophy of mind)
  • philosophy of action
  • philosophy of cognitive science
  • moral psychology

NB: Special consideration will be given to papers that engage with research in experimental disciplines such as psychology and neuroscience.

Submissions should adhere to the following guidelines:

  • limit to approximately 3,500-7,500 words
  • prepare for anonymous review
  • describe with several keywords
  • accompany with an abstract of no more than 500 words
  • submit as .doc, .pdf, or .rtf (In order to be included in the program, authors will need to submit a .doc or .rtf version of their paper, so authors should plan accordingly.)

Submission deadline: March 15, 2017

Submission decisions: May

To submit your work, please visit http://philosophyofbrains.com/minds-online-submissions.

Please contact mindsonlineconference@gmail.com with questions or concerns.

The PhilEvents page is here: https://philevents.org/event/show/29182

We look forward to your submissions, and hope you will participate in the event!

 

The organizersCameron Buckner (Houston), Nick Byrd (Florida State), Bruce Rushing (Houston), and John Schwenkler (Florida State)

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