Enlightenment: Paideia and Politics
The International Conference of Philosophy is organized every year by the Olympic Center for Philosophy and Culture in collaboration with the Region of Western Greece in Ancient Olympia, Greece. The XXVIII World Philosophy Conference will be held in Ancient Olympia, Greece, from July 5 to July 7, 2019.
The 28th International Conference of Philosophy is dedicated to the memory of Leonidas Bargeliotes, Emeritus Professor and Honorary President, and Sotiris Fournaros, Faculty member of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology, Department of Philosophy, University of Athens, who both recently passed away. The aims of the 2019 Conference include an emphasis on exploring Enlightenment.
We welcome submissions from a wide range of disciplines, including politics, law, education/paideia, life sciences, and philosophy as well as philosophy and fine arts, and/or other relevant disciplines and fields.
Suggested Thematic Units:
- Ancient Greek Enlightenment
- Neoehellenic Enlightenment
- European Enlightenment
- Enlightenment and Religion
- Enlightenment and Culture
- Enlightenment and Postmodernism
- Ancient Greek Theatre
April 30, 2019: Abstract is due (300-500 words)
May 31, 2019: Full Paper is due (2.500 words)
In case that the abstracts or papers are not acceptable the authors will be promptly informed.
In addition, there will be a number of roundtable discussions on topics relating to the above mentioned areas.
Looking forward to seeing you at the XXVIIIth International Conference of the OLYMPIC CENTER FOR PHILOSOPHY AND CULTURE.
President of the Organising Committee and OCPC