Interactions in the History of Philosophy
Philosophy can be described as an interaction centre of an infinite number of dynamics that progressed and differentiated by affecting each other throughout the history. Although the history of philosophy examines philosophers, texts and periods individually, it has also been the history of interactions, i.e. affecting and being affected. The historical, multifaceted identity of the philosophy was also shaped by the correlations in between the philosophy to other disciplines as well as among the philosophers, themselves.
All types of interaction (interactions in between different regions and lands, unexpected historical links, contact of individuals or even the concept of inter – textuality itself) can be defined as one of the central sources for the history of philosophy.
On a heterogeneous basis full of conflict and complementation, every idea causes reaction and every idea transforms itself by transforming another one. A re-evaluation of history of philosophy seems to be exciting with an interdisciplinary point of view in both partial and large scales.
PHILHIST ’13 History of Philosophy Conference, aims to re-reading of philosophical texts around the historical mechanisms of interaction and will take place on November 7-9. Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University will host the event under technical responsibility of DAKAM.
CALL FOR PAPERS
New Deadline for submission of abstracts: Still open to new submissions.
Deadline for registration: October 4, 2013
Deadline for full papers submission: October 11, 2013
In-person participation: Regular conference presentation, the participants attend personally. One of the authors will present their work in a 15-20 minutes time. If you have to cancel your place at the conference after registration, one of your colleagues can attend in your place. A substitution can then be made, and no extra charge or cancellation penalty is incurred.
Virtual presentation: A virtual participation is also available if you are unable to attend the conference in-person. You will submit a PowerPoint presentation with voice-over (optional) or a video before the conference. This presentation will be shown in one of the venue halls according to the conference program. Your work will be included in the conference program and proceedings in a special format.
Poster presentation: A poster presentation is also available if you are unable to attend the conference in-person. Your poster will be exhibited in the exhibition hall of the conference venue during the conference. Your work will be included in the conference proceedings.
Acceptance of a conference proposal for a virtual participant is based on the same criteria as that for an attending participant. Virtual and poster presentations will be included in the conference proceedings book in a special format.
Interactions among Periods
Classical Greek philosophy
Renaissance and modern philosophy
Interactions among Religious Philosophies
Philosophical traditions in Africa
Philosophical traditions in Asia and the Pacific
Philosophical traditions in Europe
Philosophical traditions in Latin America
Philosophical traditions in North Africa and the Middle East
Philosophical traditions in North America
Interactions among the Fields
Aesthetics and philosophies of art
History of philosophy
Comparative and intercultural philosophy
Interactions among Topics
Philosophy and linguistics
Philosophy and literature
Philosophy and psychoanalysis
Philosophy of communication and information
Philosophy of culture
Philosophy of history
Philosophy of mathematics
Philosophy of nature
Philosophy of science
Philosophy of the body
Philosophy of the social sciences
Interactions among Philosophers
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