OFA9

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OFA9 – Graduate Workshop

12-13 September 2013,

Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon

Attendance is free, but registration is required. Just send an email to ofaworkshop AT gmail DOT com.

FINAL PROGRAMME NOW AVAILABLE!

https://ofanalitica.wordpress.com/programme-ofa9/

Call for Abstracts (NOW CLOSED)

This call for abstracts is directed at all graduate students and researchers who have obtained their PhDs in philosophy within the last 2 years. All submitted abstracts must be in English or Portuguese, in the analytic tradition (broadly construed), with no further restrictions as regards topics or areas. Final papers will have a short presentation at the workshop (25 minutes), followed by a commentary (10 minutes) and an open discussion (40 minutes).

All papers are pre-read, to maximise time for discussion. Speakers will presuppose that all participants have read the relevant material.

Contributed Papers

Authors should send an abstract of 1500 words (where the thesis defended and the arguments backing them up should be clearly stated). Abstracts must be submitted at:

https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ofa9

Abstracts should be arranged for blind anonymous review. Abstracts containing self-identifying references (name, citations, publications, acknowledgements or meta-data) will be disregarded. Information about authors should be indicated on a separate title page including title of the paper, author’s full name, e-mail address and affiliation. The selection will be carried out by the members of our scientific committee and authors will be informed by email of the final decisions (see deadlines bellow). If the abstract is accepted, the author must send the final paper to be presented at the workshop by 30 July 2013.

Note: Authors may also express their interest to participate as commentators.

Commentators

Those interested in participating as commentators should send their data (name, e- mail address, affiliation and a short CV) to < ofaworkshop AT gmail.com >. A description of the main areas of philosophy they are interested in will also be required.

Deadlines

Submitted abstracts will be accepted until 30 April 2013. The result of the selection process will be communicated to the authors by mid June 2013. Speakers must send the final version of their papers before 30 July 2013.

Description

OFA (Oficina de Filosofia Analítica) is a graduate workshop in analytic philosophy, broadly contrued. OFA’s main goal is to provide a stimulating environment for graduate students and recent post-docs to present and discuss their research. OFA accepts submissions from Portuguese researchers, researchers based in Portugal, and from international researchers. OFA aims to reinforce the academic links between the Portuguese and the international community of researchers in philosophy, contributing to their training and raising their standing in the overall international scene.

OFA is co-organized by the Portuguese Philosophy Society (SPF) and the Portuguese Society for Analytic Philosophy (SPFA) since 2006. From 2012, the LanCog research group joined the two societies in its organization.

Contact

For further information, contact: <ofaworkshop AT gmail DOT com>

  

OFA9 Organizing Committee

Pedro Galvão

Sara Bizarro

Luís Rodrigues

OFA9 Scientific Committee

Adriana Silva Graça (University of Lisbon)

Annalisa Coliva (University of Modena)

Célia Teixeira (University of Lisbon)

Dan López de Sa (University of Barcelona)

David Pineda (University of Girona)

Esa Diaz-Leon (University of Manitoba)

Fabrice Correia (University of Geneva)

Gunnar Björnsson (Umeå University)

Isidora Stojanovic (University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)

João Branquinho (University of Lisbon)

José Díez (University of Barcelona)

José Martinez (University of Barcelona)

Josefa Toribio (ICREA and Autonomous University of Barcelona)

Josep Maciá (University of Barcelona)

Manuel García-Carpintero (University of Barcelona)

Pablo Cobreros (University of Navarra)

Pedro Santos (University of Algarve)

Roman Frigg (London School of Economics and Political Science)

Sofia Miguens (Universidade do Porto)

Sònia Roca Royes (University of Stirling)

Sören Häggqvist (University of Stockholm)

Sven Rosenkranz (ICREA and University of Barcelona)

Teresa Marques (University of Lisbon)

João Cardoso Rosas (University of Minho)

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