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CALL FOR PAPERS - Whitehead and Idealism

Call for Papers | Whitehead and Idealism

The intention behind the organization of this conference is to give scholars interested in the idealist aspects of Whitehead’s philosophy the opportunity to discuss and assess the relevance of the various strands of the idealist tradition to Whitehead’s metaphysics and to process metaphysics generally, as well as the relevance of process-relational philosophy to present day anti-materialist explorations in general metaphysics and philosophy of mind.

Call for Papers: Social and Ethical Frontiers in Space

Call for Papers | Social and Ethical Frontiers in Space

Experts from every discipline interested in exploring the many complex social and ethical questions
raised by space exploration and the search for life on other planets are invited to attend the first joint
meeting of the European Astrobiology Institute and the Society for Social and Conceptual Issues in Astrobiology.

Understanding Whitehead, Understanding Modernism | Seeking Contributions

Seeking Contributions | Understanding Whitehead, Understanding Modernism

Veronika Krajíčková is working on a proposal for the book Understanding Whitehead, Understanding Modernism which would be published under the Bloomsbury series Understanding Philosophy, Understanding Modernism. If you are working in the field of Whitehead and art/aesthetics/literature with the focus on modernism and you might be interested in contributing to this volume!

Drops and Buds journal is now accepting submissions

Call for Papers | Drops and Buds Journal

Drops and Buds, an electronic journal dedicated to the exploration and application of Stanislav and Christina Grof’s work, transpersonal breathwork, and the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead, is currently accepting submissions.

Call for Papers | Muhammad Iqbal: The Relevance of a Legacy

This Symposium aims at bringing together a number of junior and senior scholars from different regions and research institutions worldwide to discuss Iqbal’s legacy, its relevance to current issues in philosophic theology. The symposium will kick off first as an online event, to take place on Friday-Saturday 09-10 February 2023.