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STANISŁAW LEM’S PHILOSOPHICAL IDEAS, CONCEPTIONS AND INSPIRATIONS
We are pleased to inform about our publishing project entitled STANISŁAW LEM’S PHILOSOPHICAL IDEAS, CONCEPTIONS AND INSPIRATIONS. The project is open for everyone interested in Stanisław Lem’s amazing works. The initiative is intended to be a culmination of the Year of Stanisław Lem and the year of his 100th anniversary.
The main aim of this publishing initiative is:
- To discuss — we hope also in new ways – rich and diverse philosophical threads in Lem’s work;
- to compare Lem’s conceptions with those elaborated by academic philosophers and intellectuals beyond philosophy,
- to study the topicality of Lem’s ideas and their influence on thinking about the today reality and its future.
The collection of submission will be published in the academic journal Philosophy and Science. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies published by the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and The Marie Curie-Skłodowska University; https://filozofiainauka.studiafilozoficzne.edu.pl.
Deadline for submissions: 15 March 2022
Language of submissions: English or Polish
More detailed information for submitters see: https://filozofiainauka.studiafilozoficzne.edu.pl/en/information-for-authors/
We welcome you to join!
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Multi-annual research and publishing projects
Polish Intellectuals Deliberate about Science – edited by Mariola Kuszyk-Bytniewska
2021. Philosophy and Computing organized by Philosophers assembled over the years around the APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers and the APA Committee on Philosophy and Computers (both now discontinued) and related organizations: Association on Philosophy and Computing (APC) affiliate of the APA, which started in 2020 – the current conference is its first external activity; philosophy interest group within BICA Society (which also organizes its own conference at this IS4SI); PHAEDE (Philosophy of Engineering and Artifact in the Digital Era (within the Romanian Society for Philosophy, Engineering and Techno-ethics) with long tradition of organizing related conferences and publications; Philosophy and Science PAS , January 2022, online.
Deadline for papers submission – 30th January, 2022.
We accept not only conference presentations but also other papers related to the theme “Philosophy and Computing.”
2020. Knowledge in Academy and beyond Academy – organized by 1) The faculty of philosophy and sociology of Marie Curie-Skłodowska University, 2) The Lublin Section of the Polish academy of Sciences, 3) The Lublin Section of the Polish Philosophical Society; 4) The Section of Sociology of Science of the Polish Sociological Society; 5) The journal Philosophy and Science. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies; Lublin, 9–10 October 2020
2019. Philosophy in Informatics
2017. Science as a Theoretical and Metatheoretical Problem – organized by the journal Philosophy and Science. Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Studies, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences; 2) Institute of Philosophy of the Marie Curie–Skłodowska University, Warsaw, October 2017.
Special monothematic publishing projects
2021. Knowledge in Academy and beyond Academy – edited by Marek Hetmański
2020. The Computeriztion Era – edited by Małgorzata Czarnocka and Mariusz Mazurek
2019. Philosophical Problems of Biological Sciences. On the Occasion of the 90th Anniversary of Professor Leszek Kuźnicki’s Birth – edited by Włodzimierz Ługowski
2019. Cognitive Semiotics: Perspectives on the Study of Meaning-making – edited by Piotr Konderak
2017. Organism, Body, Identity, Technics – edited by Ewa Nowak
2017. Philosophy of Social Sciences – theory and praxis, edited by Mariola Kuszyk-Bytniewska
2016. Problems of Extending Cognition and Science – edited by Paweł Bytniewski and Zbysław Muszyński
2014. Philosophy in Technical Universities – edited by Marek Maciejczak