Invitation to the workshop “Literary Interventions in Justice”

The Department of Philosophy and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy invite you to the online workshop “Literary Interventions in Justice” that will be held on Monday, July 5, 2021, starting at 12:00, according to the program found here.
The workshop is held as part of the HRZZ project Aesthetic Education through Narrative Art and its importance for the humanities.

Call for papers: Contemporary Philosophical Issues (University of Rijeka)

The Department of Philosophy (University of Rijeka) and the Croatian Society for Analytic Philosophy are organizing the 22nd edition of the annual conference Contemporary Philosophical Issues to be held online, via Zoom, September 16th and 17th 2021.

We welcome proposals for presentations ranging across the full range of issues in analytic philosophy, spanning all philosophical areas, including theoretical and practical philosophy as well as cognitive, empirical, neuro-scientific and meta approaches to philosophical concerns. We are interested in the latest developments in philosophical theories pertaining to what are traditionally considered ‘big philosophical questions’ and we aim to establish a point of contact for philosophers working in separate areas in order to jointly explore the power of philosophy to address human experience and the complexities of our everyday lives, social and political institutions, ethical interactions, creative and knowledge-seeking practices, culture and language.

Confirmed speakers:

Bojan Borstner (University of Maribor) 

Nenad Miščević (University of Maribor, CEU Budapest)

Michael Watkins (Auburn University)Mark Balaguer (California State University)

We invite submissions for presentations of 30 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of Q&A. If you are interested in presenting your work, please send the title and the abstract of max. 300 words by September1st 2021 to Martina Blečić at or Notification of thacceptance will be sent out by September 5 .

We also invite postgraduate and PhD students to present their work in the student session, with an allocated time of 20 minutes.

Organizing committee: Boran Berčić ( Martina Blečić (, Tomislav Čop (