32nd Annual International Hume Society Conference – Toronto, Canada
CALL FOR PAPERS
The conference theme is:
and the French, including such sub-themes as:
Papers should be no more than thirty minutes reading length with self-references deleted for blind reviewing; the author’s name should appear only on a front cover sheet. Papers may be submitted in French, Spanish, German, or English, but must include an English-language or French-language abstract. We anticipate having one or more French-English bilingual sessions. Authors are requested to submit cover sheets, abstracts and papers in one file as an e-mail attachment in MS Word or rich text format, or by using the electronic submission feature of this website.
In addition, the Program Committee invites brief submissions (1000 words maximum) for a symposium on the argument found in the first paragraph of Treatise 1.4.1, "Of scepticism with regard to reason." Several such submissions will be selected for presentation at this symposium, which will include ample opportunity for discussion by the participants and the audience.
The Hume Society has set aside up to $2000 for the support of graduate students reading papers at the annual Hume Society meeting, to be given at the discretion of the conference co-directors to those whose papers have been accepted through the normal vetting process.