CFP: Black Reconstruction in Aesthetics

Deadline: Thursday 18 April 2019 Word limit: 3,500 words Special Issue: Black Reconstruction in Aesthetics – Paul C. Taylor Debates in Aesthetics is inviting short papers in response to “Black Reconstruction in Aesthetics”, a new article by Professor Paul C. … Read More

Shakespeare in Philosophy symposia

Shakespeare in Philosophy symposia 2019 at Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare, Hampton (London) David Garrick built his Shakespeare Temple beside the Thames at Hampton in 1755 as a place where ‘the thinkers of the world’ would meet to reflect on the … Read More

Summer School: L’Estetica e le arti: traiettorie e percorsi

Società Italiana di Estetica (Italian Society of Aesthetics) Summer School 2019: “L’Estetica e le arti: traiettorie e percorsi” Scuola di Procida per l’Alta formazione, Conservatorio delle Orfane (University of Naples “L’Orientale”) June, 17-21 2019 The Società Italiana di Estetica (Italian Society … Read More

Creativity in Art, Science & Mind

Topical Collection in European Journal for Philosophy of Science Guest editors: Adrian Currie (University of Exeter) and Anton Killin (Australian National University) Creativity matters for the sciences, psychology, and the arts. First, notions of creativity play crucial roles in artistic … Read More

CFP: Aesthetic Experience Today

Conference date: September 12 – 13 Submission deadline: May 5 The Department of Aesthetics at Charles University in Prague and the Czech Society for Aesthetics are now accepting abstracts of papers for its first (post)graduate conference “Aesthetic Experience Today“. The … Read More

CFP: Models and Metaphors Art and Science

Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia Volume 75 (No. 4) Deadline: August 31, 2019 Publication date: January 2020 Álvaro Balsas Yolanda Espiña (Eds.) Rooted in Modernity, it is often considered that the realms of art and science are disjointed worlds, the former being … Read More

Call for Abstracts: Film-Philosophy

Call for Abstracts for the next general issue of Film-Philosophy (23:3), which is due to be published in November 2019. The organisers request abstracts of no more than 500 words in the first place, and then ask a selection of … Read More

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