The Annual Dutch Conference on Practical Philosophy brings together ethicists and political philosophers as well as philosophers and researchers working in related fields to present and discuss work in practical philosophy. A central meeting place for members and Ph.D. students of the Netherlands School for Research in Practical Philosophy (Onderzoekschool Ethiek), it warmly welcomes non-members and researchers in practical philosophy from outside The Netherlands.
Conference dates: 8 and 9 October, 2010
Venue: Het Kasteel, Groningen, The Netherlands
Keynote speakers: Onora O’Neill (Cambridge), Michael Smith (Princeton)
Registration: EUR 275 (members), EUR 350 (non-members), EUR 200 (Ph.D. students)
You can now register online by going to http://www.eventure-online.com/eventure/welcome.do?type=participant&co ngress=15_OZSE&page=index . You can also book a hotel via this site. As the conference will start around 1pm on the first day, and end the second day around 6 pm, most participants will probably want to make a reservation for only one night.
There will be two kinds of parallel sessions. Half of the sessions will be organized by the coordinators of the various seminars (werkgroepen) of the Netherlands School for Research in Practical Philosophy, and will focus on specific themes in practical philosophy. The other sessions will be devoted to papers received in response to this call for papers, and address any topic within practical philosophy (broadly conceived). The programme is expected to be finalized by the end of August.
Boudewijn de Bruin
Martin van Hees