12th Creph Annual Seminar: Experiencing Reason and Freedom
University of Liège, April 23-27, 2018.
Reason and liberty are not only central notions for contemporary ethics and political philosophy, they are also subject to subjective experiences that need to be described from a phenomenological point of view. The 12th edition of the URPh annual seminar will be about how Reason and liberty are experienced. The scope of the seminar includes French and Austro-German phenomenological philosophy as well as approaches from other traditions (ordinary language philosophy, etc.) and interdisciplinary research.
Detailed presentation (in French)
Proposals (title and abstract, maximum 700 words) are invited from senior researchers as well as graduate students, and must be sent via email to Fabio Recchia (fabio.recchia[at]uliege.be) by January 26, 2018 [Extended deadline]. Please use only the electronic submission form (doc - txt).
The abstracts will be evaluated by the URPh board through a blind-review process. Acceptance or refusal will be notified at the end of January at the latest.
The seminar will take place from April 23 to 27, 2018, at the University of Liège (Belgium).
Registration is not required for attendance. At the participant's request, the Philosophy Department will issue a certificate which can be used for doctoral certification (ECTS).
The talks will be in English and French. Passive understanding of French is recommended.
URPh does not cover the accommodation and travel costs of the CFP speakers. Information on accommodation is available.