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Conference Collective Intentionality X

30 August 2016 - 2 September 2016

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Collective Intentionality X The Hague, The Netherlands August 30 – September 2, 2016 Web: http://www.collintx.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/collint_x Please note: early-bird registrations at a reduced price are only available until July 26, 2016. The International Social Ontology Society (ISOS) announces the program of its tenth conference. Collective Intentionality X is an interdisciplinary conference concerning collective intentionality in particular and social ontology more generally. Keynote lectures and special symposia: – Michael Bratman (Stanford University): Acting and Thinking Together – Gunnar Björnsson (Umeå…
Collective Intentionality X The Hague, The Netherlands August 30 – September 2, 2016 Web: http://www.collintx.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/collint_x Please note: early-bird registrations at a reduced price are only available until July 26, 2016. The International Social Ontology Society (ISOS) announces the program of its tenth conference. Collective Intentionality X is an interdisciplinary conference concerning collective intentionality in particular and social ontology more generally. Keynote lectures and special symposia: - Michael Bratman (Stanford University): Acting and Thinking Together - Gunnar Björnsson (Umeå University): Shared Responsibility - Toni Erskine (University of New South Wales): “Coalitions of the Willing” and the Shared Responsibility to Protect - Johanna Seibt (Aarhus University): Social Robotics – New Forms of Sociality, New Types of Responsibility? - Henry Shue (Oxford): Rules and Exceptions in War - Christopher Kutz (Berkeley), Michael Skerker (United States Naval Academy), Seumas Miller (Charles Sturt University): Special Panel on Collective Responsibility, War and Terrorism The full programm with over 70 papers is available at http://www.collintx.org/collintx/part_program. A flyer promoting the event is attached. We would be very grateful if you could post it in your department and forward it to anyone interested. Independently of the CFP, the International Social Ontology society also invites submissions for its essay prize: For the first time, the International Social Ontology Society (http://social-ontology.org/www.social-ontology.org/HOME.html) (ISOS) tenders an essay prize in social ontology for early career scholars (who are either PhD-candidates or have received their PhD no longer than five years prior to the closing date of the competition). The author of the winning essay will receive € 500,- with their submission being published the Journal of Social Ontology (http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/jso). Submissions may address any issue, problem or debate within the field of social ontology. They may deal with, e.g., social facts, social action, group agency, collective intentional states, or social kinds. Submissions will be subject to blind review, following the guidelines of the Journal of Social Ontology (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/social). The essays should be submitted through the journal’s editorial management system and labelled as entries to the competition. In order to facilitate a fair review process, authors are asked to state their affiliation, (expected) date of receipt of their PhD and the names of their committee members in the information they provide with their submission. The closing date for receipt of submissions is 31st October 2016. The winning essay published in the Journal of Social Ontology as soon as possible thereafter.For further inquiries regarding the essay competition, please contact David P. Schweikard (david.schweikard@uni-flensburg.de)

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Start:
30 August 2016
End:
2 September 2016
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Website:
http://www.collintx.org/

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Collective Intentionality X
The Hague, The Netherlands
August 30 – September 2, 2016

Web: http://www.collintx.org
Twitter: https://twitter.com/collint_x

Please note: early-bird registrations at a reduced price are only available until July 26, 2016.

The International Social Ontology Society (ISOS) announces the program of its tenth conference. Collective Intentionality X is an interdisciplinary conference concerning collective intentionality in particular and social ontology more generally.

Keynote lectures and special symposia:

– Michael Bratman (Stanford University): Acting and Thinking Together
– Gunnar Björnsson (Umeå University): Shared Responsibility
– Toni Erskine (University of New South Wales): “Coalitions of the Willing” and the Shared Responsibility to Protect
– Johanna Seibt (Aarhus University): Social Robotics – New Forms of Sociality, New Types of Responsibility?
– Henry Shue (Oxford): Rules and Exceptions in War
– Christopher Kutz (Berkeley), Michael Skerker (United States Naval Academy), Seumas Miller (Charles Sturt University): Special Panel on Collective Responsibility, War and Terrorism

The full programm with over 70 papers is available at
http://www.collintx.org/collintx/part_program.

A flyer promoting the event is attached. We would be very grateful if you could post it in your department and forward it to anyone interested.

Independently of the CFP, the International Social Ontology society also invites submissions for its essay prize:

For the first time, the International Social Ontology Society (http://social-ontology.org/www.social-ontology.org/HOME.html) (ISOS) tenders an essay prize in social ontology for early career scholars (who are either PhD-candidates or have received their PhD no longer than five years prior to the closing date of the competition). The author of the winning essay will receive € 500,- with their submission being published the Journal of Social Ontology (http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/jso). Submissions may address any issue, problem or debate within the field of social ontology. They may deal with, e.g., social facts, social action, group agency, collective intentional states, or social kinds. Submissions will be subject to blind review, following the guidelines of the Journal of Social Ontology (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/social). The essays should be submitted through the journal’s editorial management system and labelled as entries to the competition. In order to facilitate a fair review process, authors are asked to state their affiliation, (expected) date of receipt of their PhD and the names of their committee members in the information they provide with their submission. The closing date for receipt of submissions is 31st October 2016. The winning essay published in the Journal of Social Ontology as soon as possible thereafter.For further inquiries regarding the essay competition, please contact David P. Schweikard (david.schweikard@uni-flensburg.de)

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