Call For Papers

Update:  The Call for Papers is closed. All approved speakers have been notified by email.

We invite submissions of a short abstract (max. 100 words) and an extended abstract (up to 1000 words) through our automatic submission system. The abstract should not contain any identifying information. The submission deadline is 15 January 2015.

Submission link

Decisions will be made by 15 February 2015 at the latest.

The conference language is English.

Publication
We will publish the best conference papers in a special issue of the journal Synthese, subject to the usual refereeing process.
Every conference participant is invited to contribute their full papers to that special issue. The submission deadline is 15 September 2015 and the maximal paper length is 7500 words. Papers will be submitted and reviewed through the editorial manager system of Synthese.

Graduate Student Essay Prize
There is a graduate student essay prize of € 250. If you wish to be considered please submit a full
paper, a CV and a travel budget in addition to your extended abstract. Applications should be sent directly to object15 [at] easychair.org with “Objectivity 2015: Graduate Student Essay Prize” in the subject line.

 

Organizers
Matteo Colombo, Tilburg
Mark Colyvan, Sydney
Raoul Gervais, Tilburg
Paul Griffiths, Sydney
Stephan Hartmann, Munich
Jan Sprenger, Tilburg

Program Committee
To view the members of the program committee, click here.

Dates and Deadlines
15 January 2015: Abstract submission
15 February 2015: Notification of acceptance
1 June 2015: Registration deadline
10-12 June 2015: Conference
15 September 2015: Paper submission deadline

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