UKSS 2020 Abstract Submission system
Thanks for your interest in this year's UK Sartre Society conference which will take place in July 2020.

This year the conference will focus on the Imagination and the Imaginary. You can read the full CFP here: https://uksartresociety.com/2019/07/24/uk-sartre-society-2020-imagination-the-imaginary/

What is imagination? How does it relate to thought, memory, and perception? Are works of art, literature, or music imaginary? How is imagination involved in our understanding of ourselves and one another? To what extent can two or more persons imagine the same thing? What role do social imaginaries play in shaping our beliefs and understandings? What is the role of the imaginary in our world of everyday experience? Does imagination have a therapeutic role? Are there limits to what can be imagined?

We invite abstracts of papers addressing these questions in relation to phenomenology, philosophy of mind, moral philosophy, political philosophy, social epistemology, feminist philosophy, critical race theory, aesthetics, literary theory, or psychotherapy. We are especially interested in abstracts that engage the works of Beauvoir, Fanon, Merleau-Ponty, or Sartre.

Please submit your abstract using our submission system below. Abstracts should be no more than 500 words. Please remember that you cannot include bold, italics, or footnotes. Don't forget to remove any information that might identify you (the author/s) of the submission as we will be reviewing abstracts anonymously.

The deadline for submission of your abstract is 17.00GMT on 15 December 2019. We will be reviewing abstracts over the holiday/new year period and will be in touch by the end of January 2020 at the latest regarding your submission. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact: uksartresocietyconference@gmail.com
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