Learn more about OFA 11 here.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
This call for abstracts is directed at all graduate students and young researchers from the Portuguese analytic philosophy community, i.e. either Portuguese or based in Portugal, working in the analytic tradition (broadly construed). Young researchers include those who have obtained their PhD in philosophy within the last 5 years and also post-docs. All submitted abstracts must be in English or Portuguese, with no further restrictions as regards topics or areas.
Abstracts should have no more than 500 words, should be in PDF format and arranged for blind review (omitting any identifying reference, including meta-data).
All submissions must be made to < oficinanalitica AT gmail.com > with the subject “OFA 11 SUBMISSION”.
Information about authors must be provided on the body of the email and include: title of the paper, author’s full name, e-mail address and affiliation. Authors should also indicate whether they would be willing to participate as commentators as well. (This will not be relevant to the selection process.)
Every abstract will be subject to double-blind review by the scientific committee and authors will be informed of the decision by email (see dates bellow).
Those interested in participating merely as commentators should send their data (name, e-mail address, affiliation and a short CV) to < oficinanalitica AT gmail.com > mentioning the areas of philosophy in which they are competent to comment.
Deadline for submissions: 2 December 2016.
Notification of acceptance : 9 January 2017.
Deadline for papers: 27 January 2017.
Célia Teixeira (UFRJ)
Charles Travis (Porto)
Eduardo Castro (Beira Interior)
João Alberto Pinto (Porto)
João Cardoso Rosas (Minho)
Pedro Galvão (Lisboa)
Pedro Santos (Algarve)
Teresa Marques (Pompeu Fabra)
Tommaso Piazza (Pavia)
Vítor Moura (Minho)
< oficinanalitica AT gmail.com >
Portuguese Society for Analytic Philosophy
Philosophy Centre of the University of Lisbon
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