Global Ethics Day 2018 - Call for papers "Ethics in political philosophy"

Journal "Philosophical Views" as a part of the official celebration

Authors: Olivera Z. Mijušković & Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs

Special thanks to Mrs. Madeleine Lynn


Carnegie Council announces its 6th annual Global Ethics Day (#globalethicsday2018) on October 17, 2018.


Inspired by Earth Day, Global Ethics Day provides an opportunity for organizations around the world to hold events on or around this day, exploring the meaning of ethics in international affairs.


We encourage academic institutions everywhere to use this opportunity to hold programs focusing on ethics, such as lectures, film screenings, debates, or panel discussions. We welcome your ideas. In the tradition of a "teach-in" model, these events will be run by each institution as it sees fit while being part of a worldwide Global Ethics Day.


Magazine "Philosophical Views" and the "World Philosophy Network" are the part of the official celebration, among the most important institutions and journals such as Ethics & International Affairs (a member of the Cambridge University Press)The most important world institutions such as the United Nations, Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Harvard Kennedy School, Springer and many others were among the official participants on this celebration last two years. One of the most important world thinkers Professor Peter Singer was the main speaker on this event.


Over 50 institutions from 15 countries participated in 2016. From Germany to Brazil to Australia to Oman, universities, non-profit institutions, and civil society groups participated with teach-ins, art projects, and film screenings, covering a wide range of ethical issues. To learn more about last year's events


We invite all scholars in the field of social sciences to send us papers on the subjects of ethics. The primary will be ethics in political philosophy, but all directions of philosophy, including bioethics and international relations are welcome.


Each paper should have an abstract, specific words, original critical review, bibliographical and biographical information. The text shouldn`t be longer than 3000 words. The language is English.


Deadline for sending texts is August 1st on email:


olivera.mijushkovic.philosophical.views@journalist.com

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