Call for papers:
“At the Crossroads of Philosophy and Psychology”
Sponsored by University of South Alabama Philosophy Department
September 2008 (exact date TBA)
Keynote speaker: Joshua Knobe, University of North Carolina
Professional and student submissions are welcomed. The conference will be hosting both a student session and a professional session.
Submissions are due no later than August 1. Early submissions are encouraged.
Presentations should be 20 to 30 minutes in length. Presentations will be followed by commentary and audience discussion.
Papers should be prepared for blind review.
The cover page should include the following:
1) author’s name
2) professional or student submission (advanced grad student are welcomed to submit “upwards”)
3) institutional affiliation
4) email address
5) telephone number
6) the paper’s title
7) an abstract – 150 words maximum
Papers should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 1.
Questions can be emailed to email@example.com.
Papers in any area of philosophy are welcome, but papers in the area of philosophy of psychology, broadly construed, will be given special consideration. Philosophy of psychology, broadly construed, includes, but is not limited to, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of moral psychology, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, action theory, artificial intelligence, rationality, philosophical psychology, etc. We encourage papers from across all disciplines, as long as the papers are philosophical in nature.
For student submissions, there will be a $15 conference fee, payable at the conference. For professional submissions, there will be a $25 conference fee, payable at the conference. An award will be granted to the best student paper.