The Ninth Annual SSHAP Meeting at the University of Vienna will now be an online conference, to be held on Zoom from July 14-16, 2021. The schedule of talks will be posted here when it become available. It will also be available at the conference site: https://sshapvienna2021.univie.ac.at
We again Georg Schiemer, Florian Kolowrat, and the rest of the organizing team at University of Vienna – Department of Philosophy, for making this possible. We are also grateful for the support of Institute Vienna Circle of University of Vienna and Vienna Circle -Society for the Advancement of the Scientific World Conception.
As announced last April, elections for officers and members of the Board of SSHAP will take place in 2021; there will be a Zoom session for this purpose.
Our best wishes to all for your safety and health.
This year the Prize went to Necessity Lost: Modality and Logic in Early Analytic Philosophy, volume 1 (OUP), by Sanford Shieh (Wesleyan University).
Audrey Yap (University of Victoria) is now Editor in Chief of the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy. Audrey works works primarily in feminist philosophy, and has written on gendered violence and epistemic injustice, though she is also a historian and philosopher of mathematics, and has published in dynamic epistemic logic. Together with Roy Cook, she is co-editing a volume on feminist philosophy and formal logic. She succeeds Marcus Rossberg (UConn), who has concluded a productive three-year term, achieving, among other things, JHAP’s acceptance by Scopus. Marcus remains on the editorial board. Many thanks to Marcus for his service.
The project New Narratives in the History of Philosophy, supported by the SSHRC Partnership Grant, invites applications for postdoctoral fellowships for research related to the retrieval and recognition of philosophical works by women and individuals from other marginalized groups from the medieval period through to the early 20th century. Review of applications begins on 15 July 2020.
For detailed information on the fellowships, the application process, and application forms, visit www.newnarrativesinphilosophy.net/post-doctoral-fellowships.html
We are very happy to announce that the Ninth Annual SSHAP Meeting will take place at the University of Vienna on 14-16 July 2021. For more information please visit the conference website: https://sshapvienna2020.univie.ac.at Further details, including the schedule of events and modes of participation will be posted here as they become finalized.
Once again we thank Georg Schiemer, Florian Kolowrat, and the rest of the local organizing team for making this possible. We also thank the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna, the Institute Vienna Circle, and the Vienna Circle Society “Society for the Advancement of the Scientific World Conception,” for sponsoring our Meeting.
The Ninth Annual SSHAP Meeting at the University of Vienna is now postponed to 2021. We thank Georg Schiemer, Florian Kolowrat, and the rest of the organizing team at the University of Vienna, for all the work they had done to set up the conference for July 2020. We also thank Prof. George Karamanolis, head of the Philosophy Department at the University of Vienna, for supporting the process of postponing the conference to 2021. We are very hopeful that the Ninth Annual Meeting will take place in Vienna in 2021 at roughly the same time of year. More information on this postponement will be posted at this site as it becomes available.
All officers and members of the Board of SSHAP will have their terms extended by one year, and 2020 elections will take place in 2021.
Our best wishes to all for your safety and health.
At the present time, the Ninth Annual SSHAP Meeting at the University of Vienna has NOT been cancelled. However, given the rapidly changing situation with COVID-19, there is a significant chance that we will be forced to cancel. We know that many scholars who were planning to participate are facing travel and funding restrictions, and we will make a definitive decision by mid-April. We are also looking into possibilities for postponing the conference to a future date, in case of cancellation. Our best wishes to all for your safety and health.
The ninth annual conference of the Society for the Study of the History of Analytical Philosophy (SSHAP) will be held at Department of Philosophy – University of Vienna, Universitätsstraße 7, 1010 Vienna, at the New Institute Building (Neues Institutsgebäude, NIG) from July 01 – 03, 2020.
It is locally organized by Georg Schiemer (University of Vienna) with the assistance of Florian Kolowrat (University of Vienna) and is being sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, Institute Vienna Circle and the Vienna Circle Society “Society for the Advancement of the Scientific World Conception”.
The conference website is: sshapvienna2020.univie.ac.at
SSHAP – Call for Abstracts
SSHAP is an international organization aimed at promoting discussion in all areas of scholarship concerning the development of philosophical logic, philosophy of language, the philosophy of mind, metaphysics, ethics and metaethics, the philosophy of science, and epistemology. It welcomes scholars interested in the many ways in which the disciplines were influenced by thinkers such as Bolzano, Brentano and his school, Husserl, Frege, Russell, the Vienna Circle, Wittgenstein, Tarski, Quine and the Polish school, for instance, but also seeks to promote work engaging with lesser know figures and trends. SSHAP invites submissions for its 2020 annual conference. Paper submissions in all areas of the history of analytic philosophy are welcome.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 31, 2020.
In the past, some of the papers presented at the annual conference were published in the Journal for the History of Analytical Philosophy.
Authors are requested to submit their long abstract electronically according to the following guidelines:
- Long abstracts (500-1000 words) should be prepared for blind refereeing,
- put into PDF file format, and
- sent as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The subject line of the submission email should include the key-phrase “SSHAP submission”, and
- the body text of the email message should constitute a cover page for the submission by including a) return email address, b) author’s name, c) affiliation, d) paper title, and e) short abstract (50-100 words) and f) academic rank.
Time allowed for presentation is 45 minutes (including discussion).