The fourth Philosophy in Biology and Medicine (PhilInBioMed) Network Meeting will take place in-person in Cambridge, U.K., on May 5-6, 2023. The program committee invites abstracts from those wishing to present at the conference.
The PhilInBioMed Network is an international group of philosophers and scientists advancing philosophy in biology and medicine. Information about the details of the conference will be made available soon on the PhilInBioMed Network website: https://www.philinbiomed.org/
The program committee welcomes abstracts for contributed full-length talks (30 min, including 10 min Q&A) as well as flash talks (15 min, including 5 min Q&A) by scientists and philosophers, on work which combines biological or medical science with a conceptual or philosophical approach. Relevance for the scientific community will be an asset, and talks that result from collaboration among philosophers and scientists are particularly welcome. We welcome submissions from individuals identifying with historically underrepresented groups within philosophy of science and medicine.
CFP: the Society for the Metaphysics of Science (SMS) will host its 8th Annual Conference, 10-12 August 2023, at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Submission deadline: March 1, 2023
Submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=vmst112023
The Committee for Integrated History and Philosophy of Science, together with the Ann Johnson Institute for Science, Technology, and Society, will host “&HPS9”, the 9th conference in the series Integrated History and Philosophy of Science. We seek contributions that genuinely integrate the historical and philosophical analysis of science (i.e., the physical sciences, life sciences, cognitive sciences, and social sciences), or discuss methodological issues surrounding the prospects and challenges of integrating history and philosophy of science.
For information about Integrated History and Philosophy of Science and previous conferences, see http://integratedhps.org/en/
Please note that &HPS9 does not run parallel sessions. Hence, given the number of slots available, we regret that we cannot accept symposium submissions.
&HPS9 will feature a Poster Forum as a place to share work that fits in a poster format. Poster presenters will be invited to give a short (5-minute) flash talk on their topic. Authors may submit a poster and a paper abstract, but only one may appear on the final program.
Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable
March 17-18, 2023
University of Memphis
Papers in all areas of philosophy and social science are encouraged.
Our keynote speaker will be Sandra González-Bailón (PhD Sociology, Oxford) who is an Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication, and affiliated faculty at the Warren Center for Network and Data Sciences. Her research lies at the intersection of network science, computational tools, and political communication. She is the author of Decoding the Social World (MIT Press, 2017) and co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of Networked Communication (OUP, 2020)
call for papers for the conference Economic growth and its enemies, in Helsinki on 1-2.June 2023.
Social Ontology and Social Justice (Call for Papers)
Dates: May 5-6, 2023
In-person (University of Calgary)
Deadline for submissions: February 15th, 2023
Keynote Speakers: Robin Dembroff (Yale University) and David Liebesman (University of Calgary)
The Department of Philosophy at the University of Calgary invites submissions from graduate students for its 11th Annual Philosophy Graduate Conference. We welcome submissions that explore the overlaps between social justice issues and social ontology. Possible topics include but are not limited to:
- Race and reparations
- Gender and transfeminist politics
- Medicalisation and social marginalisation
- Money and economic policy
- Institutions and political philosophy
- Group agency and collective responsibility
- Conceptual engineering
- Culture, race, and philosophy of science
- Language and language rights
We especially encourage submissions from members of marginalised groups.
Please see the following link for further information: