Date : 26-27 Sept., 2013
Organizers : Dept. of Philosophy, Ganesh Lal Agrawal College In Collaboration with Janta Shivratri College, Palamu, Jharkhand.
PHILOSOPHICAL/ETHICAL PERSPECTIVE ON CORRUPTION:
1. Metaphysical & Epistemological Roots of Corruption (Exploring various metaphysical & epistemological worldviews that are more susceptible to corrupt consciousness & vice versa such as- Materialism, Mechanism, Absolutism, Skepticism, Agnosticism, Scientism, Relativism, Positivism etc.) 2. Corruption as an Ethical Issue (Exploring corruption in reference to various ethical issues & discourses such as- Rights & Duties; Freedom of Will & Responsibility; Determinism-Indeterminism; Karma & Fatalism; Theories of Justice ; Theories of Punishment; Fact-Value Distinction; Principle Ethics Vs. Virtue Ethics;Feminist Ethics; Ethical Relativism; Morality as Sentiment; Indian Ethical Pattern & Theories etc.) 3. Anthropocentric Worldview & Corruption 4. Concept of Human Person & Corruption 5. Modernism, Post-Modernism & Corruption 6. Corruption in reference to various Social ideologies such as Capitalism, Socialism, Communism, Democracy etc. 7. Ideological Detachment of Humanity & Corruption 8. Phenomenology of Corruption 9. Feminist Philosophy & Corruption 10. Is Ethical Regeneration Possible in Contemporary Society? 11. The Mode of Philosophical-Ethical Communication to Grassroots Society & Corruption
SOCIO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE ON CORRUPTION:
1. Social Change & Corruption 2. Social Evils & Corruption 3. Globalization, Privatization, Liberalization & Corruption 4. Tecno-Virtual Society & Corruption 5. Emergence & Identity of Marginalized Groups & Corruption 6. Rights, Liberties & Corruption 7. Alienation & Corruption 8. Dehumanization & Corruption 9. Social Hierarchies, Inequalities & Corruption 10. Sanskritization, Westernization, Secularization & Corruption 11. Culture of Individualism, Competitiveness & Corruption 12. Cosmopolitan/Corporate Culture & Corruption 13. Cultural Homogeneity Vs. Heterogeneity & Corruption 14. Religious-Spiritual Culture of India & Corruption 15. Corruption as a Legacy of Colonial Culture 16. Sectarianism, Fundamentalism & Corruption 17. Masculine vs. Feminine Trait of Culture & Corruption 18. Psychological Roots of Corruption 19. Historical Roots of Corruption
Call for Papers : Abstracts (about 300 words) & Research Papers, along with filled registration form and fee, are invited from the teachers and scholars of colleges and universities within the prescribed date mentioned in brochure, either in Hindi or English language and typed in MS Word in fonts ‘Times New Roman’ (English) or ‘Kruti Deo 10′ (Hindi).
GUIDELINES : 1. Abstract & Paper must be submitted through email to Organizing secretary on or before the last dates. (Email: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org) 2. Hard copy of Paper may be submitted either through post or at the time of conference. 3. The name and correspondence address with e-mail id and telephone number may be written on the title page itself. 4. Acceptance is subjected to the review of expert panel constituted by the organizing committee. The committee reserves the right for non-acceptance. 5. Acceptance letters may be issued to the corresponding author on or before the last date only by emails. 6. Only selected papers will be accommodated in proceedings/book to be published. Printing cost may be charged depending on the availability of fund. 7. The postal address is Dept. of Philosophy, G.L.A. College, Medininagar-822102, Palamau, Jharkhand.
IMPORTANT DATES :
1. Last Date of Abstract Submission: 30th June, 2013 2. Acceptance Notification: 05th July, 2013 3. Last Date of Full Paper Submission: 30th July, 2013 4. Last Date of Registration: 15th September, 2013 5. Date of Seminar: 26-27th September, 2013