In the preface to the first edition of his philosophical
Encyclopedia, Hegel boldly predicted that dialectic would
one day be recognized as “the only true method” of philosophy. Hegel’s
dialectic signaled a direct challenge to Aristotelian logic over
200 years ago, yet in many areas its impact has barely been felt.
The Institute for Advanced Dialectical Research calls this historic
interdisciplinary Symposium in order to bring thinkers together
from around the world in order to discuss the implications of dialectic
on various fields and the potentials for further dialectical research
CALL FOR PAPERS
The scope of dialectic is wide-ranging, so papers are
invited in all subjects, including (but are not limited to): philosophy,
psychology, physics, biology, logic, economics, medicine, history,
critical theory, sociology, linguistics, civil rights, etc.
presentations - 1 hour
Prepared papers - 1 hour
Panel Sessions - 20 min. x 3 (1 hour)
Guided Discussions - 1 hour
Workshops - ½ hour
Brainstorming Sessions - 5 min. x 12 (1 hour)
Dialectic Roundtable (by invitation) - 2 hours
If you would like to present a talk, please submit a
ready anonymized abstract in .pdf of no more than 500 words, specifying
broadly what your talk will focus on and what its strategies are.
All submitted conference papers will be considered for
publication in the Institute's Journal.
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