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Call for Session Proposals: IAPS @ APA 2022

[Crossposted: ]I am seeking proposals for the IAPS affiliated group session at the 2022 Pacific APA. It is set to take place in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, April 13-16, 2022.I am looking for either a proposal to present a paper or a proposal for a set of thematically connected papers.Any topic within philosophy of sport is welcomed.  What I need for the proposal: Name and institutional affiliation CV Paper title & short abstract Deadline: Sept 30th, 2021If you are proposing a theme: Names and institutional affiliations of each participant CVs of each participant Paper titles & short abstracts for each paper as part of the theme. Deadline: Sept 30th, 2021All presenters will need to be IAPS members. (Joining is easy: Also, if you are planning on attending the Pacific APA and are willing to provide comments to any of the potential papers, please contact me.  Please send proposals by Sept 30th to Shawn Klein: sklein at [More]

CFP: Studies in Philosophy of Sport

[Cross posted from:]This is an active and ongoing call for proposals for the Studies in Philosophy of Sport series from Lexington Books.This series encourages scholars from all disciplines to inquire into the nature, importance, and qualities of sport and related activities. The series aims to encourage new voices and methods for the philosophic study of sport while also inspiring established scholars to consider new questions and approaches.The series encourages scholars new to the philosophy of sport to bring their expertise to this growing field. These new voices bring innovative methods and different questions to the standard issues in the philosophy of sport. Well-trodden topics in the literature will be reexamined with fresh takes and new questions and issues will be explored to advance the field beyond traditional positions.A few possible topic ideas:A deep analysis of one of the central concepts or theories in philosophy of sport. Internalism, conventionalism, mutualism, etc.Fouls and rulesTechnology and its philosophical implicationsCompetitionSportsmanshipEpistemological issues in sport: can sport teach us anything about how and what we know?Metaphysical issues in sport: mind/body, personal identity, time, etc.Application of contemporary approaches to philosophy to sport.Look at a specific sport (rugby, tennis, gymnastics, etc.) and examine what philosophy can tell us about that sport [More]

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