The 2021 Swedish Congress of Philosophy
Filosofidagarna 2021 moves to 2022!
As previously announced, the organizers of Filosofidagarna 2021 have - due to the current Covid-19 pandemic - decided to cancel the 2021 congress which was scheduled to take place 11th - 13th of June in Lund.
The organizers are now delighted to announce that the congress has been rescheduled to take place 10th - 12th of June 2022!
More information regarding deadlines will be available in due time.
IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING THE CONFERENCE!
The Covid-19 situation in Sweden (and elsewhere) being what it is with a possible third wave approaching and vaccination dragging on, we, the organizers, have decided to cancel the 2021 Swedish Congress of Philosophy - Filosofidagarna. We regret this very much but given the current situation and all the uncertainty and risk involved it is, we believe, the only sensible thing to do at this point.
The congress was scheduled to take place 11th - 13th of June in Lund. We have considered the option of moving the congress online but we decided that the quality and special character of the congress would suffer too much from such a transition.
Erik J. Olsson, Chairman
Toni Rønnow-Rasmussen, Secretary
About the Conference
Filosofidagarna is a biennial philosophy conference that circulates between universities in Sweden. The 2021 conference is arranged by Lund University’s Department of Philosophy between 11-13 June. The conference venue is the LUX building at Helgonavägen 3, which houses the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology. It is expected that some 100 researchers will present work from all areas of philosophy.We welcome submissions in Swedish and English, and we welcome submissions both for individual talks and for small workshops. Submissions for individual talks should include (a) name, (b) affiliation, (c) title of the talk, (d) an abstract of up to 300 words, and (e) a preferred section. Individual talks will be allocated 40 minutes, including discussion, and will provisionally be organised around the following categories: Aesthetics, Applied ethics, Decision theory, Epistemology, Ethics, History of philosophy, Logic and philosophy of mathematics, Metaethics, Metaphysics, Phenomenology, Philosophy of AI, Philosophy of language, Philosophy of law, Philosophy of mind, Philosophy of religion, Philosophy of science, Political philosophy, Value theory.
Submissions for individual talks should be submitted via Easychair:https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=fildagar21 We invite submissions for workshops in all areas of philosophy. Workshops will be allocated 160 minutes. They should feature 4-5 talks and allow time for discussion with the audience. Workshop organisers are responsible for the scheduling within the workshop, and for appointing chairs. Submissions must include (a) names and affiliations of the organisers and speakers, (b) title of the workshop, (c) an abstract for the workshop of up to 300 words, and (d) titles and abstract the embedded talks (up to 150 words each).
Workshop submissions should be emailed to:robert.palfil.luse The deadline for submission is February 28. We expect to notify authors and workshop organisers about their submissions by March 31. Information concerning how to apply to the conference, deadlines, and other practicalities will follow in due course. See also the Essay competition for advanced students (for more information, go to Essay Competition). Erik J. Olsson and Toni Rønnow-Rasmussen More information: Robert Pál-Wallin, +46709817095, email: robert.palfil.luse
The organizers of Filosofidagarna 2021 are happy to announce the following two keynote speakers:
Hilary Greaves (Oxford University)
Christian List (London School of Economics)
Apart from the keynote speakers we also have a long list of speakers who will give lectures organised around specific sections. The full list of speakers can be found here.
If you have any conference related questions you are more than welcome to contact Robert Pál-Wallin on the following email: robert.palfil.luse