Time: From Theory to Practice, University of Kent, Canterbury, 24-26 June

Time: From Theory to Practice seeks high quality abstracts for the open sessions of the conference, to be presented on 25 June 2020.

Abstracts should be 150-300 words long, and should outline focussed talks lasting 25 minutes related to the conference theme. The conference theme is how our best theory of the world (broadly construed) constrains the philosophy of time, and how the philosophy of time constrains practice in the world (broadly construed). Work at the intersection of theoretical physics, philosophy of science and metaphysics, and at the intersection of metaphysics and ethics/political philosophy is encouraged.

Please send abstracts suitable for blind review to Graeme A Forbes (G.A.Forbes@kent.ac.uk), in .pdf form, with the name and institutional affiliation of the author(s) in the body of the e-mail. There are only six open sessions available, so it is anticipated that not every abstract submitted will be selected for inclusion in the programme.

Presenting an open session does not come with a promise of funding to attend the conference. The deadline for submissions is 1 September 2019.

The Call for Abtracts is now closed.

The Department of Philosophy at the University of Kent, is a signatory to the BPA/SWIP Good Practice Scheme.