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No 63, January-June, 2021 (Close)

Issue: open

Presentation: Estudios de Filosofía is the journal published by the Institute of Philosophy at the Universidad de Antioquia. It is an international peer-reviewed, open-access, electronic journal and adheres to the policy of double-blind peer review. We are looking for philosophical papers on any subject or domain in the philosophical tradition. The journal accepts papers in Spanish or English

Deadline: 15 de abril de 2020

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No 64, July-December 2021

Issue: Memory and Perception: Insights at the Intersection

Invited editors: Christopher McCarroll (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Universidad de Grenoble), Kourken Michaelian (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Universidad de Grenoble), & Santiago Arango-Muñoz (Universidad de Antioquia)

Description: Memory and perception have been fundamental topics since the beginning of philosophy. The recent developments of specialized research fields such as philosophy of memory and philosophy of perception invites a dialogue about the relationship between these mental capacities. Thus, this thematic issue aims to explore related questions in what is a potentially rich domain of research: questions such as whether memory and perception share the same content and are representational states, whether memory is just a form of perception of the past, and whether they share some phenomenal properties. This issue will also be open to papers that explore the ways in which traditional philosophers have reflected on the relation between memory and perception.

In addition, this special issue will feature a symposium on Jordi Fernández' recently published book Memory: A Self-Referential Account. This symposium will take the form of an author-meets-critics interaction. Three invited contributors (Sarah Robins, University of Kansas; Steven James, West Chester University of Pennsylvania; Gerardo Viera, University of Sheffield) will comment on the work presented in Fernández’ monograph, and these commentaries will be followed by responses from the author. The special issue would also welcome submissions that interact with themes from this book.

Deadline: 30th September 2020