Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Normativity of Meaning

organized by the
Department of Logic, Institute of Philosophy
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

May 25-27 2011, Villa Lanna, Prague, Czech Republic

The colloquium continues the series of annual international meetings organized in Prague by the department. The present colloquium aims to bring together the legacy of Sellars’ ideas with other current philosophical discussions on the question of the normativity of meaning. However, contributions do not need to focus solely on this exact issue; we welcome any submission addressing normativity and/or meaning related to a broadly Sellarsian framework. The invited speakers of the colloquium are Robert Brandom (Pittsburgh), Michael Williams (Baltimore), Christopher Gauker (Cincinnati) and James O'Shea (Dublin).

The conference fee is EUR 80 (covers participation, refreshment, book of abstract & banquet. A possibility of accommodation (a limited number of rooms) will be directly at the conference site.

Potential contributors are asked to submit a two page abstract; the deadline is January 15, 2011. Abstracts are to be submitted by e-mail, as PDF files, prepared for anonymous reviewing. (To prevent problems caused by e-mail failures, the receipt of every abstract will be confirmed within one week.) Notification of acceptance will be distributed by February 28. Contributed papers are scheduled for 40 minutes including discussion. Please direct your abstracts to:

The conference website is www.flu.cas.cz/colloquim

The program committee of the conference: Willem A. deVries, Christopher Gauker, Vojtech Kolman, Mark Lance, Jaroslav Peregrin, Vladimir Svoboda.

The organizing comittee consists of Jaroslav Peregrin, Vit Puncochar and Petra Ivanicova.

Contact: Department of Logic, Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences, Jilska 1, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic, e-mail: colloquium@flu.cas.cz.


Christopher Gauker said...

The conference website is here:

Tor Hershman said...
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Tor Hershman said...

Freud + a wee step beyond