Call for Papers
NOTE: Due to COVID-19 public health restrictions, and the cancellation of this year's Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities meeting, the CS-IVR meeting in London, Ont. is also cancelled. However, an online (Zoom) meeting will be held. The Abstracts are listed below. Further details of the May 31st online meeting will be posted here.
The Canadian Section of the IVR (International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy) accepts papers devoted to subjects in law and legal theory and moral and political philosophy. Submitted papers (and commentaries on them) are circulated (password protected) via the IVR Website (http://phil.uregina.ca/cs-ivr) and the authors and commentators briefly summarize their points to open discussions at the meeting. See http://phil.uregina.ca/cs-ivr/about.html for further information about CS:IVR meetings.
Papers on subjects in moral, legal, and political philosophy are welcome. We especially encourage papers on important contemporary issues including threats to democracy, dishonesty in politics, the climate emergency, growing inequality of wealth.
Deadlines for the
Due by: Friday, March 13, 2020: Commitment to send a principal paper or commentary.
To help with organizing, please send to a note indicating that you intend to present a principal paper or commentary. Brief Abstracts of principal papers should also be sent at this time. These abstracts will be refereed before the end of March. A reminder notice will be sent in early February. A link to Dropbox (to upload papers) will be provided to participants.
Friday, April 24: All Principal papers should be uploaded with a copy sent to David Elliot (). Principal Papers should be no more than 10,000 words.
Friday, May 22: All Commentaries be uploaded with a copy sent to David Elliot (). Commentaries should be no more than 1200 words.
Meeting on Sunday, May 31: University Western Ontario (Building and room TBA)
Canadian Section: IVR
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