PHILOSOPHY ACROSS BOUNDARIES
AUGUST 1-8, 2024
XXVE CONGRÈS MONDIAL DE PHILOSOPHIE
LA PHILOSOPHIE AU-DELÀ DES FRONTIÈRES
XXV CONGRESSO MONDIALE DI FILOSOFIA
LA FILOSOFIA ATTRAVERSA I CONFINI
XXV. WELTKONGRESS FÜR PHILOSOPHIE
PHILOSOPHIE ÜBER GRENZEN HINWEG
XXV ВСЕМИРНЫЙ ФИЛОСОФСКИЙ КОНГРЕСС
ФИЛОСОФИЯ ВНЕ ГРАНИЦ
XXV CONGRESO MUNDIAL DE FILOSOFIA
LA FILOSOFÍA A TRAVÉS DE LOS LÍMITES
المؤتمر العالمي الخامس والعشرون للفلسفة
عبر الحدود الفلسفة
Philosophy across Boundaries is the general theme of the 25th World Congress of Philosophy, that will be held in Rome, Italy, from August 1st to August 8th, 2024.
Under the joint responsibility of the International Federation of Philosophical Societies, the Italian Philosophical Society, and Sapienza University of Rome, the 25th World Congress intends to foster scholarly and public reflections on the future of our societies. By questioning human beings and their diverse ways of thinking, agency, and relationships, along with the social, economic, political, technological, and cultural destiny of our common world, it will:
- Use philosophical reflections as a springboard for public discourses on urgent shared concerns, including inequalities, cultural and gender diversity, natural environment, justice, rights, and political transformations on a global scale
- Enlarge the scope of philosophical debates to involve representatives of the sciences, economy, information, medicine and public health, technology, and public institutions.
- Actively encourage and defend diversity in all forms by bringing together ideas, traditions, and people from all continents and regions.
- Dismantle rigid cultural and disciplinary boundaries by focusing on the complex interconnectedness of human civilizations from antiquity to the present.
The 2024 Congress invites shared reflections and discussions on the models we would like our societies to be inspired by. It encourages large participation of students and young scholars from all continents and regions. It will provide a unique opportunity to present and share diverse philosophical concerns from all regions of the world. Finally, it is committed to pluralism and it aims at engaging reflectively and critically with the struggles of our time, addressing its main ethical, social, political, and spiritual concerns.
We intend to hold the whole Congress in presence.
The Congress will focus on five Spheres of Boundaries, each of which will include one Plenary Session and two Symposia. There will also be eighty-nine Sections for Contributed Papers, Endowed lectures, Special lectures, Round tables, Invited sessions, Society sessions, and Student sessions.
The Organizing Committee wishes the Congress to be preceded by preparatory events, meetings, conferences. To organize a cultural event under the auspices of the 25th World Congress of Philosophy, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org
SPHERES OF BOUNDARIES
|women in the history of philosophy
artificial intelligence and other kinds of minds
|VULNERABILITY AND KNOWLEDGE
|cross-cultural exchanges in the ancient world
translation, imagination, interdisciplinarity
|CITIZENSHIP, CARE, AND SELF-DETERMINATION
|EPISTEMIC INJUSTICE, POWER, AND STRUGGLE
TRUST, TRUTH, AND KNOWLEDGE
|LIVING IN A SUSTAINABLE WORLD
|biodiversity and the environment
ethics and the living beings
|EMPTINESS AND EXPERIENCE
|beauty, glamour, and grace
temporality and agency
SECTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTED PAPERS
- Aesthetics and Philosophies of Art
- African Philosophy
- Africana Philosophy
- Bioethics and Medical Ethics
- Buddhist Philosophy
- Chinese Philosophy
- Christian Philosophy
- Comparative, Intercultural,and Cross-Cultural Philosophy
- Confucian Philosophy
- Contemporary Philosophy
- Daoist Philosophy
- East Asian and South-East Asian Philosophies
- Economic Philosophy and Business Ethics
- Environmental Philosophy and Sustainability
- Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
- Experimental Philosophy
- Feminist Philosophy
- Game Theory
- Gender and Queer Philosophy
- Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Philosophy
- History of Analytic Philosophy
- History of Philosophy
- Human Rights
- Indian Philosophies
- Islamic Philosophy
- Italian Philosophical Traditions
- Jewish Philosophy
- Latin-American Philosophy
- Logic and Philosophy of Logic
- Marxist Philosophy
- Medical Humanities and Philosophy of Medicine
- Medieval Philosophy
- Moral Psychology
- Mystical Traditions in Philosophy
- Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
- Philosophical Anthropology
- Philosophical Counseling and Practices
- Philosophical Issues about Race
- Philosophy, Film, and TV Series
- Philosophy and Literature
- Philosophy and Oral Traditions
- Philosophy and Popular Culture
- Philosophy and Psychoanalysis
- Philosophy of Action
- Philosophy of Aging
- Philosophy of Argumentation
- Philosophy of Birth
- Philosophy of Childhood
- Philosophy of Cognitive Neurosciences
- Philosophy of Culture
- Philosophy of Death
- Philosophy of Dwelling
- Philosophy of Education
- Philosophy of Food
- Philosophy of Globalization and Migrations
- Philosophy of History
- Philosophy of Indigenous Cultures
- Philosophy of Information and Digital Culture
- Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
- Philosophy of Law
- Philosophy of Liberation
- Philosophy of Mathematics
- Philosophy of Mind
- Philosophy of Music and the Performing Arts
- Philosophy of Physics
- Philosophy of Religion
- Philosophy of Science
- Philosophy of Sexuality
- Philosophy of Sport
- Philosophy of Technology
- Philosophy of the Human and Social Sciences
- Philosophy of the Life Sciences
- Philosophy of Values
- Philosophy with Children
- Political Philosophy
- Renaissance and Early Modern Philosophy
- Russian Philosophy
- Social Epistemology
- Social Philosophy
- Teaching Philosophy
- Theories of Knowledge and Epistemology
There will be at least seven endowed lectures:
The MAIMONIDES lecture, sponsored by FISP.
The IBN ROSHD lecture, sponsored by the Philosophical Society of Turkey.
The KIERKEGAARD lecture, sponsored by the Søren Kierkegaard Research Center, University of Copenhagen.
The DASAN lecture, sponsored by the Korean Philosophical Society.
The WANG YANGMING lecture, sponsored by Peking University.
The SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR lecture, sponsored by FISP Gender Committee.
The KANT lecture, sponsored by the Kant-Gesellschaft.
SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
Paper shall be submitted through the website of the Congress using the form soon available.
Only in exceptional circumstances papers can be submitted as an electronic version by attachment to an e-mail message addressed to the Italian Organizing Committee at email@example.com.
Submissions should not exceed 1800 words (or 3000 characters for papers submitted in Chinese) and be accompanied by a max 200-word abstract (500 characters in Chinese), and max 5 keywords (in alphabetical order).
Submissions should clearly indicate the section for which the paper is intended and shall be written in one of the official languages of the Congress.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to accept or reject papers on the basis of scholarly quality. Only papers of a philosophical nature will be considered for inclusion in the program.
PROPOSALS FOR WORKSHOPS AND ROUND TABLES
Proposals are invited for round tables and panels on specific topics. They should be sent to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Round tables would usually include speakers from at least three different countries and are subject to the approval of the Steering Committee of FISP. All panelists shall be registered for the Congress.
Specific panels may be considered as Invited Sessions upon proposals by Steering Committee members.
The Steering Committee of FISP, the Italian Organizing Committee, and the International Programme Committee are encouraging the participation of students by inviting proposals for student sessions, panels, and workshops. Student sessions and panels will be chaired by senior philosophers from all continents. To submit proposals, please email email@example.com.
SESSIONS OF MEMBER SOCIETIES OF FISP
Member societies of FISP that wish to hold meetings during the Congress are kindly requested to apply to the President of FISP no later than February 1st, 2024. The number of sessions organized by each member society may be subject to limitations.
November 10th, 2023 is the deadline for submitting contributed papers and for proposals for round tables, workshops, and student sessions. Papers and proposals received after this deadline, but before February 1st, 2024, may be accepted depending on availability.
€ 200 for early registration prior to October 1st, 2023.
€ 225 for registration until January 31st, 2024.
€ 250 for registration from February 1st, 2024.
€ 100 for accompanying persons
€ 50 for students
For details about registration and the cancellation policy, see the website
ACCOMODATION, TRAVEL, AND SOCIAL PROGRAMS
Accommodation, travel info, and social programs will be announced later.
INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHY BOOK FAIR
An International Philosophy Book fair will take place during the Congress. Further information and conditions for publishers to apply will be announced later.
For further information and assistance, please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org for general questions about accommodation
email@example.com for hotel booking
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Italian Organizing Committee
25th World Congress of Philosophy
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Via Carlo Fea 2 00161 Roma italy