For many years, the Student Philosophical Society has been organizing the traditional Philosophical Marathon, a week-long series of whole-day lectures that accompany UNESCO’s World Day of Philosophy. The marathon goes on as an uninterrupted weekly series of lectures and takes place on the premises of the Faculty of Arts. In 2019 it will take place between 18th and 22th of November. This year’s subject is Philosophy and the Body. Throughout its history, the philosophical thought often stumbled upon and whirled around the body, but it rarely made the body the core of its enquiry.
Therefore, the Student Philosophical Society invites philosophical researchers and students of various levels of philosophy studies to present their papers to a wider audience. Applications must be submitted by the 7th of October at firstname.lastname@example.org and should include a 250 word abstract of your future contribution. Abstracts will be collected and published in the brochure and on the Society’s website. The best contributions will be published in a scientific collection of lectures that the Society will publish in the year after the event.
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