14th International Conference on Persons

This year the International Conference on Persons will take place in late May (24-29), instead of early August as has been the norm. The reason for this is that it will be held at the Università della Calabria, just outside Cosenza, and some of the non-Italian organizers thought southern Italy would be too hot in August.

The local organizer this year is Giusy Gallo, who first attended the ICP at the University of Nottingham in 2009 and also participated at Lund in 2013. She is a philosopher of language who came in contact with personalism through her work on the relation between linguistics and Michael Polanyi’s concept of tacit knowledge, and she is the editor of the Rivista Italiana di Filosofia del Linguaggio (rifl.unical.it).

The conference website is found at icp2017italy.it (there is something wrong with the links function here right now).

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