CANCELED: The Jagiellonian Center for Law, Language and Philosophy invites to conference "Analytic Philosophy meets Legal Theory", Krakow May 22-24, 2020
This conference aims to bring together scholars from contemporary analytic philosophy and legal theory, working on connected issues with the hope of allowing for a lively interchange of ideas across those disciplines.
The themes we would like to particularly explore are: metaphysics of law, social ontology, nature of normativity, pragmatics of legal language, philosophy of language etc. We encourage submissions from both philosophers and legal theorists.
David Enoch (Jerusalem)
Timothy Endicott (Oxford)
Sally Haslanger (MIT)
Stephen Neale (CUNY)
Francois Recanati (Jean Nicod, Paris)
Luka Burazin (Zagreb)
Katarzyna Kijania-Placek (Jagiellonian University)
Francesca Poggi (Milan)
Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco (Surrey)
The conference will be held in Hotel Wolski conference center – located in a quiet forest, just 15 minutes away from central Krakow.
The conference fee is 220 EUR. The fee includes accommodation at the conference center (4 nights from the 21st till 25th in shared double roooms), all meals and social program.
Scholars from disadvantaged backgrounds can apply for a fee reduction/waiver – each such application will be considered individually.
The conference is organized by Jagiellonian Centre for Law, Language and Philosophy, in cooperation with the Institute of Philosophy and the Chair of Legal Theory of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. The event is part of the project “Law-Language-Philosophy Research Network”, which includes Insitut Jean Nicod, Surrey Univeristy, University of Milan, Zagreb University along with the Jagiellonian University Krakow.
The local organizing team are:
more information is available at https://pjf.uj.edu.pl/en_GB/conference2020
This project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange under Grant No. PPI/APM/2018/1/00022