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FW: Final CFP - 2003 Joint Session of the Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society Belfast 18-21 July

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  • Cosmin I. Andron
    ... APOLOGIES FOR MULTIPLE POSTING CALL FOR PAPERS 2003 JOINT SESSION OF THE MIND ASSOCIATION AND THE ARISTOTELIAN SOCIETY QUEENS UNIVERSITY BELFAST, 18-21
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      APOLOGIES FOR MULTIPLE POSTING

      CALL FOR PAPERS

      2003 JOINT SESSION OF THE MIND ASSOCIATION
      AND THE ARISTOTELIAN SOCIETY

      QUEENS' UNIVERSITY BELFAST, 18-21 JULY

      OPEN SESSIONS

      A number of parallel sessions on Saturday and Sunday afternoons will be
      available for the presentation of papers not previously published. It is
      expected that at this year's Joint Session there will be a considerable
      increase in the number of these sessions, allowing room for many more
      submissions to be included than has been the case in previous years. The
      intention is to accommodate all philosophical material, so far as time
      and space in the programme allow, and not to operate a selective policy
      as previously.
      Each presentation should last no more than 30 minutes, so that a
      further 20-30 minutes may be allowed for discussion. Presented papers
      should aim to introduce material involving recent research. There are no
      restrictions on the areas of philosophy which papers may address.
      Philosophers whose papers are included in this part of the programme
      must register for the Joint Session, and in order to do so they will
      have to be or become subscribing members of one of the organising
      societies.
      Those wishing to make a presentation should submit by e-mail
      attachment a copy of their paper, together with a 250-word abstract, to
      Professor David Evans (jdg.evans@...) by March 1, 2003. Decisions
      on whether papers have been accepted will be made by the end of April
      2003.
      Papers accepted for the Open Sessions will not be published in
      the Supplementary Volume of the Aristotelian Society (unlike papers
      invited for the plenary programme of the conference); and expenses will
      not be paid.

      POSTGRADUATE SESSIONS
      Two parallel sessions on the Saturday afternoon will be devoted to short
      presentations by graduate students (or those who have recently obtained
      a postgraduate degree). Each student should speak for 20 minutes,
      allowing 10 minutes for discussion.
      Students wishing to participate should send their paper,
      preferably by attachment in Word 95 or higher, otherwise in two hard
      copies, by 1st March 2003 to: Mr. A. W. Price, Department of Philosophy,
      Birkbeck College, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HX
      Email: a.price@...
      The paper should be about 2000 words but no more than 2500
      words, including notes and bibliography, and should be accompanied by a
      brief abstract. It should be typewritten in 12-point text, double spaced
      throughout (i.e. including references and quotations), on one side of
      white A4 paper. All pages should be numbered and have margins of 1 inch
      or more. Papers containing symbols liable to distortion in transmission
      must be submitted as hard copies.
      Please ensure that there are no self-identifying references in
      the text. Submissions should be accompanied by a separate page
      containing the title of the paper, the name of the author, institution
      and status, and email and postal addresses.
      Authors are welcome to seek the advice of supervisors about what
      may be suitable for presentation to a largely professional audience.
      Given the tight word-limit, they are advised to give as much space as
      they can to the statement of their own ideas.
      The papers will be sent to referees, and a maximum of eight will
      be selected by the Joint Committee for presentation at the Joint
      Session. The programme will be settled in May.
      The selected authors will have their conference fee and
      accommodation expenses (but not their travel costs) paid by the Mind
      Association and the Aristotelian Society. Some papers may subsequently
      be considered for publication in the Proceedings of the Aristotelian
      Society.

      Nobody should submit a paper for both the Postgraduate and the Open
      Sessions. For further information about the Joint Session and other
      philosophy conferences associated with in Belfast in July 2003, see the
      web site www.qub.ac.uk/phil/conferences.htm

      For information about the Aristotelian Society and details of the CFP's
      as well as invited speakers, see the Joint Session section of the
      Society's web site http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk

      Georgia Testa
      Executive Secretary
      The Aristotelian Society
      Room 260
      Senate House
      Malet Street
      London WC1E 7HU

      Tel and fax: + 44 (0) 20 7255 1724
      Email: mail@...
      http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk

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