How to Submit
There are two ways of applying for the conference. You can either submit an abstract to be considered for an individual talk or you can submit a description of an intended workshop which you want to be considered.
The deadline for submission is February 28. We expect to notify authors and workshop organisers about their submissions by March 31.
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:
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