The Annual Frankfurt Metaethics Conference (FrankMeta) aims to offer a forum for current research in metaethics, broadly construed, including research on topics in the philosophy of language, the philosophy of mind, metaphysics and epistemology of normativity, as well as papers on the nature of rationality, reasons, and similar topics.
Zoë Johnson King, Harvard
Amie Thomasson, Dartmouth
Ralph Wedgwood, USC
FrankMeta.5 is designed to bring together philosophers working on normativity and metanormativity, broadly construed. We invite submissions on new work in the metaphysics, (meta)semantics, epistemology and psychology of normative discourse, as well as papers on reasons and rationality.
The conference will run over two days and provide plenty of time for discussion and exchange. Five slots for contributed papers have been scheduled. A limited number of conference bursaries are available. There will be no conference fee.
Please register to attend the conference at the following link: FrankMeta.5
There will be no conference or registration fee.
The detailed programme will be announced shortly.