Call for papers
The Spanish Philosophy journal teorema is pleased to announce an essay competition for young scholars. The winner will receive 1500.00€, and the essay will be published and acknowledged as winner in the journal.
Topic: Aesthetics and Science
What is the relationship between aesthetics and science? Must they be kept strictly apart? Or rather, do aesthetic considerations play an important role in the development of science? And if so, how far does the influence of aesthetics reach? From the syntactic perspective defended by logical positivism, science and aesthetics appear to be entirely independent fields. However, the arrival of semantic approaches in the philosophy of science in the 1960s put a new emphasis on the diversity of scientific models and forms of representation, and as a result aesthetics and science began to be treated as interconnected fields. An example of this is the work of Ronald Giere and Bas van Fraasen, stressing the similarities between the modes of representation used in art and the sciences. More recently, Milena Ivanova has highlighted the aesthetics of scientific activity itself, as aesthetic properties have an effect on the construction of science, thereby acquiring an epistemic role.
Applicants must be under 35 on the closing date of the competition.
Entries must be in English and not exceed 8000 words in length, notes and
All entries will be deemed submissions to teorema, and all quality submissions will be considered for publication. Entries must not have been published before or be under consideration by other journals.
All entries, prepared for blind review, will be submitted electronically both in doc and pdf format, and addressed to the Editor, indicating “teorema Essay Prize” in the subject heading.
Entries will be judged by a panel of reputed scholars appointed by teorema. Their decision will be final.
Closing date: 18th September, 2022
Guest editors:Diana Pérez (Universidad de Buenos Aires; SADAF),
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Articles must be written in Spanish or English and should not exceed 6,000 words. For the presentation of their articles, authors are requested to take into account the instructions available here.
Submissions must be suitable for blind review. Both a DOC and a PDF document must be sent to the Editorindicating “Monograph on the Second Person” in the subject heading.
Notification of intent to submit, including both a title and a summary of the content, will be greatly appreciated, as it will assist with the coordination and planning of the special issue.
Extended Deadline: 15th July 2022
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