CFP The International Conference 2400Aristotle

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
2400 ARISTOTLE
UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST, FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY
BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

NOVEMBER 25 – 26, 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS

The Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, organizes the international conference 2400 Aristotle. This conference is one of the academic events celebrating the Aristotle Anniversary Year, declared by the General Conference of UNESCO to internationally promote the work of Aristotle and his highly influential contribution to shaping modern Western civilization.
The aim of the conference is to revisit both Aristotle’s work in different areas of philosophy and science (200 treatises, of which 31 have survived) as well as its subsequent reception. We welcome papers discussing Aristotelian contributions to logic, metaphysics, ethics, politics, arts, poetics or science.
The conference will be structured in the following thematic panels:

  1. Metaphysics and Theology
  2. Logic and Philosophy of Science
  3. Ethics and Political Philosophy
  4. Aesthetics, Rhetoric, Poetics
  5. Aristotle and his reception
  6. Aristotle and Phenomenology
  7. Aristotle in Romanian Philosophy
DEADLINE

Prospective participants are invited to submit their proposals in English, French or Romanian, in the form of a 400 words abstract, including the title of their presentation, to 2400aristotle@filosofie.unibuc.ro. Please also include a short biographical presentation and current academic affiliation, in a separate document. The deadline for abstracts is August 1st 2016 September 30th 2016. Applicants should mention in their proposal the thematic panel they target. All abstracts will be subject to a blind review process, with the decision being communicated to the author(s) no later than October 1st 2016.
The organizers will not cover any accommodation or travel expenses for the participants. There will be no registration or conference fees, either.

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
  • Gheorghe VLĂDUȚESCU (Romanian Academy)
  • Mircea DUMITRU (University of Bucharest and Romanian Academy)
  • Valentin MUREȘAN (University of Bucharest)
  • Savu TOTU (University of Bucharest)
  • Constantin STOENESCU (University of Bucharest)
  • Mihaela POP (University of Bucharest)
  • Viorel CERNICA (University of Bucharest)
  • Vasile MORAR (University of Bucharest)
  • Ion TĂNĂSESCU (Romanian Academy, The Institute of Philosophy and Psychology C. Rădulescu-Motru)
  • Ionel BUȘE (University of Craiova)
  • Dan CHIȚOIU (Al. Ioan Cuza, University of Iași)
  • Daniela JALOBEANU (Research Institute of the University of Bucharest)
  • Cristian IFTODE (University of Bucharest)
  • Bogdan MINCĂ (University of Bucharest)
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
  • Acad. Gheorghe VLADUȚESCU, Chair
  • Prof. Dr. Mircea DUMITRU
  • Prof. Dr. Valentin MUREŞAN
  • Prof. Dr. Romulus BRÂNCOVEANU
  • Prof. Dr. Savu TOTU
  • Drd. Oana ŞERBAN, Secretary

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