11-14 September 2013
University Carlos III, Madrid
Second CALL FOR PAPERS
The Seventh Meeting of the Spanish Society for Analytic Philosophy (SEFA 2013) will be held on 11-14 September 2013 at University Carlos III, Madridorganized by the Faculty of Humanities and Communication.
SEFA, Faculty of Humanities and Communication.
Campus Madrid-Puerta de Toledo. Madrid, Puerta de Toledo
The Society welcomes submissions of papers on any philosophical topic. The papers should be written for the delivery of 30-minute talks followed by a 10-minute discussion. They can be written in either Spanish or English—the official languages of the conference. The Society also welcomes submissions of posters from pre-doctoral researchers. Posters will be displayed throughout the Conference as well as at designated poster session. Each author of an accepted poster, who does not also present a paper, will only pay half of the registration fee.
In both cases, submissions should consist of a detailed summary of the intended talk or poster (about 1000 words). Summaries are expected to clearly indicate the topic, highlight its relevance, and provide a sketch of the main argument(s). Please specify at the beginning of the summary the exact title of the talk or poster, your name, your affiliation and your e-mail. Decisions on acceptance will be based on this summary.
Format of the PDF document:
Size: DIN A4Margins: all margins should be 3 cm
Font: TIMES NEW ROMAN 12 pt., single line spacing
Title of the talk: Bold, justified and centred.
Name and address: standard (non-bold).
Main text: justified on both sides (margins of 3 cm).
You must submit another copy of the paper with no author information for blind review.
Submissions and request for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submissions: April 30, 2013
All summaries will be blind-refereed. Efforts will be made to include in the program quality original papers from different philosophical disciplines. Notification of acceptance will be sent by June 15th, 2013. Due to scheduling demands, at least one presenter for each paper must be registered by September 1, 2013.
María José Frapolli (Universidad de Granada)
John Broome (Oxford University)
Daniel Hutto (Hertfordshire University)
Joao Branquinho (Universidade de Lisboa)
María Ávarez (to be confirmed) (King´s College)