Date: December 10-11, 2021 (Friday and Saturday, Japan Time)
Venue: Virtual (Zoom)
Organizer: International Society of East Asian Philosophy (ISEAP)
Co-organizer: Meiji Institute of Philosophies, Meiji University
English (preferable), Japanese, Chinese and Korean
Papers presented at the conference are highly encouraged to submit to The Journal of East Asian Philosophy (published by Springer, peer-reviewed, all in English)
Professor Philip J. IVANHOE, Georgetown University
Professor Michiko YUSA, Professor Emerita, Western Washington University and Visiting Professor, Tōhoku University
Oct 15, 2021
Submission deadline of abstracts for organized panels and individual papers
Nov 1, 2021
Notification of acceptance by email
Nov 15, 2021
Release of tentative program
Dec 10-11, 2021
ISEAP Conference 2021
Submission of proposals
All proposals should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct 15, 2021 (Japan Time).
For organized panels, please submit the following in MS Word format:
- Full names (surname in CAPITAL letters), affiliations (including Department) and email addresses of 3 to 4 members of the panels and indicate one as the chair
- A 250-word (maximum) abstract for the panel
- A 250-word (maximum) abstract for each papers of the panel
- Research interests
For individual papers, please submit the following in MS Word format:
- Full name (surname in CAPITAL letters), affiliation (including Department) and email address
- A 250-word (maximum) abstract
- Research interests
Free of charge
The aims of the second meeting of ISEAP is threefold:
1) to explore the potential of philosophies around East Asian seas
2) to foster dialogue within and beyond philosophical traditions in East Asia
3) to consolidate research collaboration on East Asian philosophy.
While there has been growing interests in various philosophical traditions in East Asia, the dialogue between them is rarely found. Having shared similar texts, figures, terms and ideas, it is a timely agenda for examining the potential of the philosophical interconnections around the East Asian seas.
ISEAP conferences welcome proposals on all periods, themes, figures, texts, concepts and perspectives on East Asian philosophy, as well as comparisons between various traditions within and beyond East Asia. ISEAP specifically encourages young scholars to submit their proposals.
The conference is supported by 科研費基盤研究B「東アジア哲学の国際的研究拠点の形成」and 科研費基盤研究C「戦前東アジアにおける哲学：日本の植民地支配の観点から」.