Hellenic Political Philosophy and Contemporary Europe - 29-30/09-01-02-03-04/10/2019, Herceg Novi (M
Ancient Hellenic conception, that gave birth to notions like freedom, democracy, parrhesia, publicity and other, reminds us that ancient Greeks understood politics not only as a fundamental designation of human beings – as, according to Aristotle, anyone who does not partake of society is either a beast or a god – but also as inseparably linked to ethics.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: (Herceg Novi, Montenegro)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Dr. Filip Ivanović (President of the Organizing Committee); Prof. Mikonja Knežević (Program Chair); Dr. Vladimir Cvetković; Dr. Aikaterini Lefka; Prof. Jelena Bogdanović; Dr. Dušan Krcunović; Mrs Zorka Šljivančanin
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We have the pleasure to announce that the The Management Committee of the COST Action "Reappraising Intellectual Debates on Civic Rights and Democracy in Europe" (RECAST) will give up to four Inclusiveness Target Countries Conference Grants (ITCCG) for attending the conference "Hellenic Political Philosophy and Contemporary Europe", which will be held in Herceg Novi (Montenegro) from 29 September to 04 October.
Early Career Researchers and PhD Candidates are eligible and they must come from an Inclusiveness Target Country, which is a member of the COST Action. Also their paper should have a clear connection to the COST RECAST Action Topic.
Inclusiveness countries eligible are listed here: https://www.cost.eu/who-we-are/cost-strategy/excellence-and-inclusiveness/
Please note that those interested should first submit an abstract for the conference, obtain their acceptance letter and then apply for the grant to the Management Committee of the COST RECAST Action. Countries that are participating in this action are listed here: https://www.uma.es/costactionrecast/info/110353/parties/ If you are coming from an inclusiveness country and your country is member of the COST RECAST Action, then you are eligible to apply for the grant.
Confirmed keynote speakers:
-Giovanni Giorgini, University of Bologna, Italy
-Gerhard Thür, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
-Catherine Rowett, University of East Anglia, UK
-Leo Catana, University of Copenhagen, Denmark