[spsp-members] BSPS 2022: Call for Abstracts

Currie, Adrian A.Currie at exeter.ac.uk
Thu Jan 6 10:52:01 UTC 2022

BSPS 2022 Annual Conference: Call for Abstracts

The Call for Abstracts is now open for the BSPS 2022 Annual Conference<https://www.thebsps.org/news/bsps-2022-annual-conference-6-8-july/> in Exeter on 6-8 July 2022, submissions via easychair here<https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bsps2022>. Submissions from graduate students and underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged.

Papers may be on a wide selection of topics within the philosophy of science (see list below) and should be suitable for presentation in 20 minutes, which will allow 10 minutes discussion.

Abstracts should be received no later than 3rd March 2022 (symposia applications will have heard back by mid-February). Abstracts will be anonymously refereed by the programme committee, and successful contributors notified by late April. Abstracts should include a statement of the main thesis as well as an outline of the central argument of the paper. To ensure full consideration, please also include a short bibliography of 2-5 representative references. We do not anticipate being able to share referees' comments.

List of Topics:

  1.  General philosophy of science
  2.  Philosophy of the physical sciences
  3.  Philosophy of the life sciences
  4.  Philosophy of the cognitive sciences
  5.  Philosophy of the social sciences
  6.  Formal philosophy of science
  7.  Integrated history, philosophy, and social studies of science
  8.  Science and values

Our current planning assumes that we will be able to hold the BSPS 2022 Conference face-to-face. If it turns out that this is not possible, we will hold this conference online instead. Please indicate in your application whether or not you will be willing to deliver your paper in an online format.

All questions about submissions should be directed in the first instance to conference organiser, Adrian Currie, on "bspsconference at gmail.com<mailto:bspsconference2021 at gmail.com>"

Many thanks,
Adrian Currie<https://sites.google.com/site/adrianmitchellcurrie/>
Senior Lecturer, SPA<http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/sociology/staff/currie/>
University of Exeter
Extinct<http://www.extinctblog.org/>: the philosophy of paleontology blog
Rock, Bone and Ruin<https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/rock-bone-and-ruin>: An Optimist's Guide to the Historical Sciences (MIT Press)
My pronouns are he/him/his

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