Call for Papers
The Fifth Finnish-Hungarian Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy
Central European University, Budapest 28–29 May 2018
In a joint effort by philosophers in Finland and Hungary, the Seminar was founded to promote international cooperation among scholars of seventeenth and eighteenth-century philosophy. The previous meeting was held in 2017 in Turku, Finland. This will be the fifth meeting in a continuous series of seminars; for more information, please see the website https://fhsemp.wordpress.com/
We invite prospective participants to send an abstract of about 500 words on any topic in early modern philosophy to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 March 2018.
Completed papers should aim at a reading time of 40 minutes or less. Please note that FHSEMP cannot provide funding for travel or accommodation.
For further information, please contact Mike Griffin at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Organizing and program committee: Mike Griffin (CEU), Vili Lähteenmäki (Helsinki), Judit Szalai (ELTE), and Valtteri Viljanen (Turku).
2nd CALL FOR PAPERS
First Budapest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy – Personal identity, self-interpretation
26–27 October, 2017
Institute of Philosophy, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Hungary
Keynote Speaker: Udo THIEL (Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz)
We are pleased to announce the second meeting of the Budapest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy which is intended as the second edition of a yearly event that brings together established scholars, young researchers and advanced graduate students working on the field of early modern philosophy (ca. from 1600 to 1781). The aim is to foster collaboration among researchers working in different traditions and institutional contexts. We welcome abstracts for papers on any topic relevant to personal identity and self-interpretation, broadly conceived, in early modern philosophy. Proposals are particularly welcome that draw on resources from multiple different traditions (e.g. French, German, Italian and Anglo-Saxon).
Presentations should be in English and aim at approximately 40 minutes. Please send an abstract of maximum 400 words, prepared for blind review. The body of the email should include the author’s details (name, position, affiliation, contact details, title of the abstract). The deadline for abstract submissions is 1 August 2017. Applicants will receive a response regarding their submission by 1 September 2017.
There are no fees for registration. Attendance is free and most welcome. However, no financial support can be provided to support travel expenses and accommodation.
Submissions and inquiries should be sent to Olivér István Tóth (email@example.com)