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XVII Annual Estonian Philosophy Conference takes place on 25-26 August 2022 in Käsmu

The Institute of Humanities, Tallinn University, is calling for abstracts for the XVII Annual Estonian Philosophy Conference on 25-26 August 2022 in Käsmu, a picturesque coastal village, Estonia.

The invited keynote speakers are Mikhail Minakov (Ukraine) with a talk entitled "Towards the ontology of caesura. Reflecting the experience of Russian-Ukrainian war and the related geopolitical conflict", and Anu Põldsam (Estonia). 

The deadline for paper abstracts (up to 1500 characters) is July 23. Please send them to Panel proposals with speakers and abstracts are also welcome. 

There is no conference fee. Participants are expected to cover their own accommodation (if help is needed, you can contact the same email), as well as dining and travel costs.

Conference program is available trough organizers.


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