ECAP 7

Seventh European Congress of Analytic Philosophy

Milan: 1-6 September 2011

pictures of the participants

ECAP-congresses are organized every three years by the European Society for Analytic Philosophy, ESAP. The aim of the congresses is to establish contacts and encourage collaboration among European analytic philosophers. The previous conferences took place in 1993 (ECAP1 in Aix en Provence), 1996 (ECAP2 in Leeds), 1999 (ECAP3 in Maribor), 2002 (ECAP4 in Lund) 2005 (ECAP5 in Lisboa) and 2007 (ECAP6 in Krakow).
The Seventh ECAP is  organized  by the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan, and by the University of Milan.
The official language of the Congress is English.


News

PROGRAM UPDATES – 04.09.11

Sunday, 09. 4. 2011

Please find in the Congress Program section of this website an the last updated version of the program concerning Monday 5 and Tuesday 6, accounting for a number of requested changes in the schedulelast-minute cancellations, and room changes.

The ECAP7 Organising Committee

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Please find in the Congress Program section of this website an updated version of the program, accounting for a number of requested changes in the schedule, last-minute cancellations, and room changes.

The ECAP7 Organising Committee

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Program With Chairpersons Available

Thursday, 07. 28. 2011

Please find an updated version of the ECAP7 program, including sessions chairpersons, on the Congress Program section of this website.

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***NOTICE OF TECHNICAL ISSUE***


DUE TO A TECHNICAL ISSUE THE EARLY REGISTRATION OPTION IN THE PAYMENT FORM HAS BEEN CLOSED WITH ONE DAY OF ADVANCE. THE EARLY REGISTRATION OPTION WILL BE RESTORED ON MONDAY UNTILL WEDNESDAY 29 (INCLUDED).
APOLOGIES FOR THE INCONVENIENT

The ECAP7 Organizing Committee

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ECAP7 Program Important Updates

Thursday, 06. 23. 2011

Please note that an updated version of the congress program is available, in which all changes to the schedule that have been requested by authors have been considered. This version (21.06.11) has to be taken as semi-final, save for small details awaiting confirmation.

Best wishes,

The ECAP7 Organizing Committee

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ECAP7 Program Available

Monday, 06. 6. 2011

A provisional program for ECAP7 is now available on the Congress Program section of this website.

PLEASE NOTE that the deadline for early registration to ECAP7 has been extended to June 25.

Best wishes,

The ECAP7 Organizing Committee

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PROVISIONAL PROGRAM COMING SOON

Monday, 05. 30. 2011

A first draft of the provisional program of the congress should be available online on this website on the first week of June.

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Registration to the ECAP7 conference and payment of conference fees are now available.

Please visit the Registration & Payment section of this website for all details and for accessing the registration form. Please notice that the deadline for early registration is June 15th 2011. [EXTENDED TO JUNE 25]

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ECAP7 Call for Papers

Tuesday, 11. 16. 2010

EXTENDED DEADLINE: March 10th, 2011

The ECAP7 Call for Papers is now available on the Call for contributed papers section of this website.

PLENARY AND INVITED SPEAKERS
Confirmed plenary and invited speakers for the Conference are:

Plenary speakers
Andrea Bonomi (University of Milan and San Raffaele University)
Tim Crane (University of Cambridge)
Agnieszka Jaworska (UC Riverside, University of California)
Kevin Mulligan (University of Geneva) – Dialectica Lecture
Dan Sperber (Jean Nicod Institute, Paris & International Cognition and Cultural Institute) – Fondazione Giannino Bassetti Lecture
Invited speakers
History of Philosophy: Katerina Ierodiakonou (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
Epistemology and Philosophy of Science: Marcus Willaschek (Goethe University, Frankfurt)
Logic: Pavel Materna (Masaryk University, Brno)
Philosophy of Language: Peter Pagin (Stockholm University)
Philosophy of Mind and Action Theory: Pepa (Josefa) Toribio (ICREA, Barcelona)
Metaphysics: Max Kistler (Sorbonne University)
Ethics: Folke Tersman (Uppsala University)
Aesthetics: Alberto Voltolini (Turin University)
Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law: Sune Lægaard (Roskilde University)
Philosophy of Religion: Howard Robinson (Central European University)

For associated workshops and workshops Call for Papers please visit the “Workshops” section of this website.

Conference dates
Start: Thursday 1st September , 2011
End: Tuesday 6th September, 2011

Conference Locations
San Raffaele University, Milan
University of Milan

Deadline for submission (EXTENDED)
March 10th 2011

Communication of acceptance
April 30th 2011

Registration opens
April 15th 2011

Early registration deadline
June 15th 2011 [EXTENDED TO JUNE 25]

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