The 2015 Edinburgh Foundations of Normativity Workshop will be held at the University of Edinburgh on 13th and 14th March, 2015. We invite submissions of abstracts of original papers on moral, legal, or epistemic normativity (or related topics). We aim to invite the authors of two of these papers to speak at the workshop. Workshop papers will be circulated in advance; authors will need to submit a final version by 28th February, 2015. We will be able to provide some travel support for the authors of papers accepted for presentation.
Submissions should consist of an 1,000-word abstract, prepared for blind review, and should be emailed to email@example.com before 1st December, 2014. Submission emails should include the author’s contact and affiliation information.
The International Adam Smith Society and the Rousseau Association will hold a joint meeting at The University of Glasgow July 20th -22nd 2015. The conference aims to bring together scholars with an interest in the work of either or both of these thinkers with a view to stimulating discussion of their shared interests and the relationship between two prominent members of the Enlightenment.
The conference aims to explore the ideas and shared concerns of Adam Smith and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Proposals for papers are invited on any aspect of Smith, Rousseau, or their shared intellectual interests including (but not limited to) pitié, sympathy, commerce, freedom, nature and science. Given the aim of the conference the organisers are particularly keen to invite papers that deal with both Smith and Rousseau.
Further details can be found on the websites
Please submit a title and abstract to Dr Craig Smith University of Glasgow (Craig.Smith@glasgow.ac.uk).
Deadline for submissions of interest: 1st January 2015.
The University of Edinburgh is pleased to announce a call for papers for the 5th Annual Edinburgh Graduate Epistemology Conference (27th-28th May 2015). Our keynote speakers this year will be Elizabeth Fricker (Oxford) and Jennifer Nagel (Toronto). All graduate presentations will have respondents from faculty members at Edinburgh or a neighbouring university.
We are inviting graduate students to submit essays within any area of epistemology (broadly construed). Essays should be approximately 4000 words, and should be anonymised for blind review. We would really like the conference to be representative of the graduate community and so we strongly encourage submissions from anyone working on epistemology who is a member of an under-represented group.
We will be happy to help arrange childcare for any attendees who would find it helpful. Please feel free to get in touch to discuss this, or any accessibility requirements you may have.
The deadline for submissions is 1st March 2015. For more information, including details of how to submit, please visit our conference page:
This conference is generously sponsored by the Eidyn Research Centre and the University of Edinburgh, and is supported by the Edinburgh Women in Philosophy Group.
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