[SydPhil] Call for Proposals for Open Peer Commentaries: Australasian Philosophical Review (APR) 5.1 John Broome
elizagoddard at aap.org.au
Tue Oct 15 10:13:35 AEDT 2019
Call for Proposals for Open Peer Commentaries: Australasian Philosophical
Review (APR) 5.1
Theme: Reasons and Rationality
Lead Author: John Broome "Rationality versus Normativity"
Curator: Garrett Cullity
Invited commentaries from: Nomy Arpaly, Krister Bykvist, Benjamin
Kiesewetter, Julia Markovits, Hille Paakkunainen.
Committee: Carla Bagnoli, Garrett Cullity, Nicholas Southwood, Daniel Star
The APR is seeking proposals for open peer commentaries on John Broome
"Rationality versus Normativity".
Proposal abstracts should be brief (100-500 words), stating clearly the
aspects of the lead article that will be discussed, together with an
indication of the line that will be taken. More details are available on
the APR website, https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/j3dkC6X13RtBQ035HpW_U6?domain=aap.org.au
Abstract submissions for APR 5.1 are due on *15 November 2019*. Invitations
to write commentaries of 2000-3000 words will be issued on 15 December
2019. Full-length commentaries will be due on 17 February 2020.
Australasian Philosophical Review
APR at aap.org.au
Dr Eliza Goddard
Executive Officer, Australasian Association of Philosophy
GPO BOX 1978, Hobart 7001, Australia
ACN 152 892 272
ABN 29 152 892 272
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