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Events in the month of September 2023

Thursday, September 14, 2023 - Friday, September 15, 2023
Workshop on The Philosophy of Biophysics
14-15 September 2023, Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol
Cotham House

Monday, September 18, 2023 - Wednesday, September 20, 2023
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Monday, September 18, 2023 - Tuesday, September 19, 2023

We are pleased to announce that the first Emerging Ideas in Philosophy of Science conference will take place in Belgrade (Serbia), in person, on the 18th & 19th of September 2023. The conference will showcase concise-format presentations in the field of philosophy of science. The conference aims to spark discussions appealing to philosophers and non-specialists alike. We are honored to have Jan Sprenger (University of Turin) and Vladan Djordjevic (Belgrade) as our esteemed keynote speakers. 

The Emerging Ideas conference is made in collaboration with the Philosophy Club (Filozofski Klub) and it is preceding the European Association of Philosophy of Science conference taking place in Belgrade from the 20th to the 23rd of September. 

More details about the conference can be found on our website:  

Thursday, September 28, 2023 - Saturday, September 30, 2023

THEMES: 1) Evolution of the brain; how evolutionary theories inform ideas about cognition and behavior.
                 2) Varia: philosophy of neuroscience or neurophilosophy, broadly construed.

In addition to welcoming talks on all topics in philosophy of neuroscience or neurophilosophy, at this year’s meeting we also aim to bring history and philosophy of biology, philosophy of mind, and neuroscience into closer conversation. To this end, we also invite abstract submissions for talks on the topic of brain evolution. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: histories of brain evolution and cross-species comparisons; using evolutionary theory to develop tools to be used to study the brain (e.g. neuro-computational modeling); functional and structural homology of the brain; evolutionary theory as explanation in behavioral and cognitive neuroscience. This workshop is open to historians, philosophers, and scientists working at all levels of investigation, and will continue our tradition of bringing junior and senior scholars together in conversation. We will feature our usual events, including submitted talks, invited speakers, invited neuroscientist keynote lectures, and short “blitz” talks.

Saturday, September 30, 2023

Call for Proposals:
Submission deadline: September 30, 2023. Submissions should include: (1) a 1-2 sentence biography of the participant, (2) a 1-2 sentence statement of interest for attending the workshop, and (3) an abstract or a description of your proposed contribution of no more than 500 words.

Please send submissions to Notifications will be sent in October, 2023.

We encourage early career researchers and individuals working in a range of organizations and disciplines to submit proposals. We particularly welcome submissions from members of underrepresented groups and perspectives from the Global South.

We will fully fund up to 3 nights of housing for all participants and will partially fund travel to Pittsburgh.

Further inquiries may be addressed to Dasha Pruss (
Organizers: Dasha Pruss (Berkman Klein Center and Department of Philosophy, Harvard University)
Colin Allen (Department of Philosophy, University of California Santa Barbara)