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De: sandra lapointe <lapointe.sandra@sympatico.ca>
A: regroupement_spq@sympatico.ca
Date: 13/01/03
Objet: seances pour etudiants diplomes a la joint
session

APOLOGIES FOR MULTIPLE POSTING

> CALL FOR PAPERS
>
> 2003 JOINT SESSION OF THE MIND ASSOCIATION
> AND THE ARISTOTELIAN SOCIETY
>
> QUEENS' UNIVERSITY BELFAST, 18-21 JULY
>
> POSTGRADUATE SESSIONS
> Two parallel sessions on the Saturday afternoon
will be devoted to
short
> presentations by graduate students (or those who
have recently
obtained a
> postgraduate degree).  Each student should speak
for 20 minutes,
allowing
> 10 minutes for discussion.
>       Students wishing to participate should send
their paper,
preferably
> by attachment in Word 95 or higher, otherwise in
two hard copies, by
1st
> March 2003 to:
> Mr. A. W. Price, Department of Philosophy, Birkbeck
College, Malet
Street,
> London, WC1E 7HX
> Email: a.price@bbk.ac.uk
>       The paper should be about 2000 words but no
more than 2500
words,
> including notes and bibliography, and should be
accompanied by a brief

> abstract. It should be typewritten in 12-point
text, double spaced
> throughout (i.e. including references and
quotations), on one side of
> white A4 paper. All pages should be numbered and
have margins of 1
inch or
> more. Papers containing symbols liable to
distortion in transmission
must
> be submitted as hard copies.
>       Please ensure that there are no
self-identifying references in
the
> text. Submissions should be accompanied by a
separate page containing
the
> title of the paper, the name of the author,
institution and status,
and
> email and postal addresses.
>       Authors are welcome to seek the advice of
supervisors about what
may
> be suitable for presentation to a largely
professional audience. Given
the
> tight word-limit, they are advised to give as much
space as they can
to
> the statement of their own ideas.
>       The papers will be sent to referees, and a
maximum of eight will
be
> selected by the Joint Committee for presentation at
the Joint Session.
The
> programme will be settled in May.
>       The selected authors will have their
conference fee and
> accommodation expenses (but not their travel costs)
paid by the Mind
> Association and the Aristotelian Society.
> Some papers may subsequently be considered for
publication in the
> Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.
>
> Nobody should submit a paper for both the
Postgraduate and the Open
> Sessions. For further information about the Joint
Session and other
> philosophy conferences associated with in Belfast
in July 2003, see
the
> web site www.qub.ac.uk/phil/conferences.htm
>
> For information about the Aristotelian Society and
details of the
CFP's as
> well as invited speakers, see the Joint Session
section of the
Society's
> web site http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk
>
> Georgia Testa
> Executive Secretary
> The Aristotelian Society
> Room 260
> Senate House
> Malet Street
> London  WC1E 7HU
>
> Tel and fax:  + 44 (0) 20 7255 1724
> Email:  mail@aristoteliansociety.org.uk
> http://www.aristoteliansociety.org.uk
>
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