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WORLD INNOVATIVE RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE IN MANAGEMENT, SCIENCE ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES and HUMANITIES

16th to 17th May 2020 
Cochin, Kerala, India 

Website: http://www.globalresearchconference.com
Contact person: Dr.Prakash Divakaran 

Conference is organized by Global Research Conference Forum in Cochin, (India) The conference aims to provide platform to scholars, academicians, practitioners, & business managers to share their valuable knowledge and experience . 

Organized by: Global Research Conference Forum 
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 30th April 202

Link:

https://conferencealerts.com/show-event?id=225058

Dear Sir/ Madam

 Deadline for submission:  April 27, 2020
Contact emails:  indianpsychology2020@gmail.com
Concept Note:
Indian thoughts have not been explored as much as it should have been yet. Indian literature/thought is an unlimited reservoir of Gyan and Vigyan. Unfortunately, this tradition of rich knowledge and skill presented are estimated as a mediocre discipline of knowledge in the modern world. However, a number of efforts are being made by Indian thinkers to present this knowledge in the modern world. but not given importance as it deserves. Therefore the present attempt a tiny step to get familiar with Indian thoughts and ideas in view of Psychology. This aim would help academicians to have a better understanding of Indian thoughts in Psychology and other discipline and consequently transferred this knowledge to followers and the applied world of psychology.
Therefore, this book aims to include the papers on Indian Psychology from special to specific and social purposes.
The subthemes are as follows:
Human Nature in Indian Thought
·         Psychology of Action (Karma: Bhagavad Gita) and Duty ( Dharma: Indian Scriptures)
·        Consciousness  and Cognition in Indian Context
·         An Indian View of Mind and Body
·         Self and Personality as described in Indian Scriptures
·         Indian Approaches to Emotions ( Rasas)
·         Therapeutic Implication of Indian Thoughts
Indian Tradition  of Yoga and Meditation 
·         Psychology of Vivekanand, Aurobindo & J Krishnamurti
·          Psychology of Gautam Buddh 
Editing requirements
 
·         Font & size: Times New Roman 12, Spacing: 1.5 lines, Margin of 1 inch on all four sides
·          Title of the paper: bold, Sentence case (Capitalize each word), centered
·          Text of the paper: Justified. Font & Size: Times New Roman – 12
·          References: Please follow APA / MLA style 
·         Articles should be submitted as MS Word attachments only
·          The length of the article should be 3000-6000 words
 Authentic, scholarly and unpublished research papers are invited from scholars/ faculty/ researchers/ writers/ professors from all over the world. The book will be published with an ISBN by a renowned publisher.
 Please submit the unpublished work including an abstract of 150 words approximately and a brief description of the author to   indianpsychology2020@gmail.com  by April 27, 2020.

Regards,
Dr. Prashant Mishra
Associate Professor 
Amity Institute of Behavioural & Allied Sciences 
Amity University Rajasthan
Mobile Number – 9785196711

Call for Papers

Lokāyata: Journal of Positive Philosophy 

(ISSN 2249-8389), Vol.XI (01-02), September, 2020 

Theme- Problems in Analytical Philosophy

Guest Editor:      Dr. Mudasir Ahmad Tantray

Respected Faculty/Scholar, 

Lokāyata: Journal of Positive Philosophy is an online bi-annual Peer Reviewed and Refereed Interdisciplinary Journal of the Center for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS). The name Lokāyata can be traced to Kautilya’s Arthashastra, which refers to three ānvīkṣikīs (logical philosophies), Yoga, Samkhya and Lokāyata. Lokāyata here still refers to logical debate (disputatio, “criticism”) in general and not to a materialist doctrine in particular. The objectives of the journal are to encourage new thinking on concepts and theoretical frameworks in the disciplines of humanities and social sciences to disseminate such new ideas and research papers (with strong emphasis on modern implications of philosophy) which have broad relevance in society in general and man’s life in particular. The Centre publishes two issues of the journal every year. Each regular issue of the journal contains full-length papers, discussions and comments, book reviews, information on new books and other relevant academic information. Each issue contains about 100 Pages.

Concept Note:

Analytical philosophy emerged as a tool to understand those philosophical issues which were being considered as vicious and ambiguous. This problem arises only due to common language use in different dialectical languages. Language is the expression of thoughts. Philosophers assumed that all philosophical concepts are implicitly and explicitly stated in different languages and since different languages have different meanings and contexts. So, it is necessary for a philosophical discourse to analyse and verify these languages. Ordinary language is full of errors and ambiguities and they situated and development artificial language and symbolic language. Analytical philosophy is not a new branch of philosophy but philosophers have explored it from time to time. However, in 19th century, it emerged as a significant branch of philosophy which further has connected it with other inter-disciplinary fields like mathematical philosophy, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, syntax, semantics and symbolism. Gottlob Frege is known as the father of Analytical philosophy. Analysis was first used by the Greek Philosopher Aristotle in his work ‘Posterior Analytics’. It got new form in 19th century. There are also others philosophers who used analysis as a method and as a philosophy. The Most important are  Aristotle, Acquinas, Rationalists, Empiricists, Kant, Hegel, Frege, Wittgenstein, Carnap, Russell, Moore, Kripke, Godel, Quine, Davidson, Karl Popper, Fodor Chomsky and so on. 

Analytical philosophy is the branch of philosophy which tries to investigate and explore linguistics problems, logical problem and problems related to mind. Analytical philosophy had two strands; one emerged from Cambridge and other from Oxford. The philosophers in Cambridge side are Dummet, Quine and Davidson and others from Oxford side are Austin, Urmson and John Searle. However, the most significant philosophical school which has developed in analytical philosophy is Logical Positivism, which had led to the verification of traditional philosophical theories by Logical relation, truthfulness and analysis.  Logical Positivism has developed into two wings; Right wing and Left wing. The philosophers associated with right wing are Moritz Schlick and Waismann. They are known as conservative right wing. They believed in liberlization of empiricism. Moreover, the philosophers associated with left wing are Neurath and Carnap. They are known as radical left wing and they emphasis on fallibilism and pragmaticism. Thus analytical philosophy is the breaking down of complex concept into simpler concepts. Thus we accept paper on analytical Philosophy and its related fields. 

Sub-themes:

Following are sub-themes of this Issue 

  • • Use of Symbols in Linguistic philosophy 
  • • Wittgenstein’s critique of ordinary language philosophy
  • • Analytical philosophy as method
  • • Analytics vs Synthetic 
  • • Concepts in Artificial language 
  • • Logical Positivism 
  • • Logical empiricism
  • • Reaction to traditional philosophy
  • • Meaning and form 
  • • Reconstruct rational thought in analytical philosophy 
  • • Reconstruct empirical thought in analytical philosophy
  • • Mental states Vs Logical relation 
  • • Rejection of metaphysics and ethics 
  • • Scientific philosophy
  • • Analytical skills in school Curriculum
  • • Language, thought and world 
  • • Proposition 
  • • Truth, falsity and Non-Sense
  • • Analytical philosophy and Artificial intelligence
  • • From an Analytical point of view 
  • • Analytical Philosophy in Indian Context

Last date of Paper Submission: 31st July, 2020.

Format of Submission: The paper should be typewritten preferably in Times New Roman with 12 font size (English) and Kruti Dev (10) with 14 font size (Hindi) in MS-Word 2003 to 2010  and between 2500 to 3000 words. They should be typed on one side of the paper, double spaced with ample margins. The authors should submit the hard copy along with a CD and a copyright form to be sent to the editorial address. 

Originality of Work:  Only papers which have not been published elsewhere will be considered. Proofs will be sent to the authors if there is sufficient time to do so. An undertaking via  a “Forwarding Letter”  be submitted alongwith the paper.

Reference Style: Notes and references should appear at the end of the research paper/chapter. Citations in the text and references must correspond to each other; do not over reference by giving the obvious/old classic studies or the irrelevant.  CPPIS follows The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition. The Chicago Manual of Style presents two basic documentation systems: (1) notes and bibliography and (2) author-date. Choosing between the two often depends on subject matter and the nature of sources cited, as each system is favored by different groups of scholars. The notes and bibliography style is preferred by many in the humanities. The author-date system has long been used by those in the physical, natural, and social sciences. CPPIS follows the first system i.e. Notes and Bibliography.For detail information downloads our “CPPIS Manual for Contributors and Reviewers” from below given link:

https://cppispublications.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/cppis-manual-2018.pdf

All contributions to the Journal are to be sent to:

Appeal for call for research paper
Department of History and Department of Philosophy,University of Mumbai jointly organising

International Interdisciplinary Conference on

Social Impact of Buudhism

Date – 22nd March 2020
Venue- Global pagoda,Seminar hall ,Gorai
Time -9.30am to 05.30pm

Theme – Social Impact of Buddhism

Subthemes-Philosophical Impact of Buddhism on society,Social Impact of Buddhism,NeoBuddhism,Causes and consequences of Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkars conversion to Buddhism

Full length research paper in English or Marathi language to be submiited in pdf and word format on email deptofhistory01@gmail.com on or before 10th March 2020
Peer review commitee will scrutinize paper. Paper not related to theme will not be accpeted and opinion of peer review committee will be final

Registration fees Rupees 1500
Acommodation and traveling has to be managed by particpants only
Pre registration is manadtory for participation in confernce on email deptofhistory01@gmail.com by filling up registration form as given in brocheure .It is nessesry to submit registration fees to DrArchna Malik,Department of Philosophy, Dhanyeshwar Bhavan ,first floor,University of Mumbai,Kalina,Santacruz(E), Mumbai

Dr Sandesh Wagh,Professor and Head,Department of History,University of Mumbai and Chairman BOS in History and Archeology,University of Mumbai and Organising Secretary (9702756655)

Convenor
Dr. Archana Malik Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Mumbai

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The course begins with an eight-day intensive in Pondicherry from 30 May – 6 June, 2020, followed by 3 months of mini project with weekly online sharing circles and it ends with a weekend retreat in Pondicherry from 28 – 30 August, 2020.

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