Call for Papers for the Marcel Society Session of the 2020 ACPA Annual Meeting

 March 1, 2020

The Gabriel Marcel Society is now accepting submissions for a session to be held at this year’s ACPA meeting in New Orleans, LA. Papers on any area of Marcel’s thought are welcome. The Society especially encourages submissions that interact with the broader theme of this year’s ACPA meeting: the Good, the True, and the Beautiful: Through and of the Ages—e.g., papers that explicate, or creatively retrieve and apply, Marcel’s thought on these and related topics. The Society also encourages submissions that put Marcel in dialogue with other philosophers—whether his own influences, his contemporaries, or philosophers working today.

Submit papers by e-mail to Joseph Gamache at jgamache@marian.edu. Papers should be a maximum of 12 pages, double-spaced with 12-point font (approximately 25 minutes reading time). In lieu of full papers, the Society also welcomes longer abstracts (about 500 words) proposing a paper for consideration.

 Submissions are due by May 1, 2020.

 Authors of papers or abstracts not selected for presentation will be invited to serve as commentators during the session.  



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