CFP: Society for Philosophy and Psychology

Note the pre-conference workshop on animal neuroethics; there’s also a panel–on implicit and explicit beliefs–that will focus on diversity, inclusion, and cognition.

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The 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology
June 12-14, 2009
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

http://www.socphilpsych.org/CFP.html

We invite submissions to the 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Papers may be submitted for oral presentation during contributed sessions or for poster presentation. Submitted papers are refereed and selected on the basis of quality and relevance to philosophy, psychology and other sciences of the mind. Papers must not exceed a length of 3,500 words and should be accompanied by an abstract (of less than 300 words). Submitted papers that are not accepted for colloquia will automatically be considered for presentation as posters (unless the author stipulates otherwise).

We will also accept abstracts of not more than 1000 words for consideration as poster presentations.

Papers and abstracts must be written in a format appropriate for blind review and employ gender-neutral language. Individual authors may submit only one paper or abstract as first author, though they may be co-authors on other submissions.

This year’s submission deadline is February 2nd, 2009.

All submissions will be made using our online submission system, which is now open. Check the website for details.

http://www.socphilpsych.org/CFP.html

Invited speakers for the 2009 meeting include: Colin Allen, Bill Bechtel, Denise Cummins, Susan Gelman, Tamar Gendler, Rob Goldstone, Scott Kelso, Ruth Millikan, Bob Richardson, Adina Roskies, Daniel Simons, Linda Smith, Peter Todd, Virginia Valian, Michael Weisberg, Rob Wilson, and William Wimsatt.

On topics including: Complex Systems, Evolution at 150, and Implicit & Explicit Beliefs

This year’s conference will be preceded on June 11th by a workshop in Animal Neuroethics, featuring talks by Colin Allen, Martha Farah, Valerie Hardcastle, Adrienne Martin, Adina Roskies and Adam Shriver.

For more information about the SPP conference and workshop, please consult the website.

http://www.socphilpsych.org/CFP.html

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