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Phenomenology and the Challenges of the Philosophy of Mind

La phénoménologie et les défis de la « Philosophy of Mind »

Phenomenological Studies

Études phénoménologiques

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Published on Monday, May 04, 2015 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

The journal Études Phénoménologiques / Phenomenological Studies is seeking submissions in English and French for its 2016 issue on the topic “La phénoménologie et les défis de la Philosophy of Mind / Phenomenology and the Challenges of the Philosophy of Mind.”

Announcement

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The journal Études Phénoménologiques / Phenomenological Studies is seeking submissions in English and French for its 2016 issue on the topic “La phénoménologie et les défis de la Philosophy of Mind / Phenomenology and the Challenges of the Philosophy of Mind.”

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Naturalizing phenomenology
  • Phenomenality
  • Self-consciousness
  • Conceptual v. nonconceptual content of perception
  • The problem of others
  • Embodied mind
  • Transcendental philosophy

Études Phénoménologiques / Phenomenological Studies is the continuation of the journal Études Phénoménologiques, which was published until 2008. The present journal follows the same spirit of openness to various perspectives. Its publication is the result of a collaboration between the Centre d’Études phénoménologiques at the Université catholique de Louvain and the Department of Philosophy at Marquette University. It is published by Peeters and edited by Danielle Lories and Pol Vandevelde.

The journal publishes articles in French and English. It is dedicated to the general task of showing the relevance and fruitfulness of phenomenology for contemporary issues in philosophy and to be a forum for contemporary discussion of such issues. One of its goals is to bridge the gap between history and philosophy, between continental and analytic philosophy, and between theory and application.

Submission guidelines

Submissions should be original, not submitted elsewhere, and prepared for blind review.

Manuscripts should not exceed 9,000 words (60, 000 characters), including notes and references

A brief abstract (150-200 words) and 5 keywords in English should be placed at the beginning of the paper.

Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx) or Rich Text Format (.rtf) in 12 point Times New Roman font (no PDF formats) with all margins of 1 inch (or 2,5 cm), using the “Author, Date, Page number” system with a list of references at the end of the paper. 

Detailed submission guidelines available here : www.uclouvain.be/511943

Manuscripts should be submitted only in electronic version as an email attachment to one of the following addresses:

Textes en français:  à envoyer à etudes-pheno@uclouvain.be

Texts  in English:   to be sent to pol.vandevelde@marquette.edu

 The cover page of the manuscript should include the author’s full name, affiliation, postal address, telephone number, and email address.

The deadline for submission is January 31, 2016.

Coordinators

  • Danielle Lories, Professeur ordinaire, Université catholique de Louvain, danielle.lories@uclouvain.be
  • Pol Vandevelde, Professeur ordinaire, Marquette University, pol.vandevelde@marquette.edu

Date(s)

  • Sunday, January 31, 2016

Keywords

  • phenomenology, philosophy of mind, phenomenality, self-Consciousness, mind, others

Contact(s)

  • Danielle Lories
    courriel : Danielle [dot] lories [at] uclouvain [dot] be
  • Pol Vandevelde
    courriel : pol [dot] vandevelde [at] marquette [dot] edu

Information source

  • Sylvain Camilleri
    courriel : sylvain [dot] camilleri [at] uclouvain [dot] be

To cite this announcement

« Phenomenology and the Challenges of the Philosophy of Mind », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, May 04, 2015, https://calenda.org/327127

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