First Lisbon International Conference of Philosophy - Thinking the Twentieth Century: Philosophy and its Conditions
The aim of this conference is to think the ways by which Philosophy, in the twentieth century, was called to reflect upon its limits and to reinvent itself, both through the self-reflective practice that characterizes it and by the way it let itself be impregnated by other planes of reality. It is therefore suggested, as a rallying question for presentation proposals, to think the conditions from which Philosophy, in that century, has been produced as a discourse on, with and from these other planes (e.g., art, politics and science).
The abstracts, in English and with a length between 150 and 300 words, should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, until June 19, 2011. The emails should be entitled CIFLx Abstract Submission. The acceptance of abstracts will be confirmed with a reply until July 15, 2011.
Presentations should not exceed 20 minutes (3000 words) and the accepted languages are Portuguese, Spanish, English and French.
Update: The deadline of submission of abstracts is extended to June 19, 2011.
Publication of Accepted Papers
The papers delivered at the conference will be eligible for publication in electronic format with ISBN.
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