SOCIETÀ ITALIANA DI LOGICA E FILOSOFIA DELLE SCIENZE
SILFS PRIZE FOR THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 2018
1. The Italian Society for Logic and the Philosophy of Science (SILFS), in order to promote research in philosophy of science, establishes a prize called “SILFS Prize for the Philosophy of Science”.
2. The prize is awarded every two years.
3. Eligibility: all scholars affiliated to Italian/foreign Universities or Research Institutions, irrespective of their role, nationality, or gender, who have not yet reached the age of 40 by the deadline of this call for application.
4. The prize is awarded by an Evaluating Board Committee, which is appointed by the SILFS steering committee, composed by members of the steering committee itself as well as by other philosophy of science scholars affiliated to Italian/foreign Universities or Research Institutions.
5. Applicants are requested to submit an original work (not previously published) written in English (Max 10000 words, abstract and references not included) on any relevant topic of philosophy of science.
6. The winner of the 2018 SILFS Prize for the Philosophy of Science will be invited to present her\his work at the 4th SILFS Postgraduate Conference to be held in Urbino from the 3rd to the 6th of June 2019. SILFS will reimburse all travel and accommodation expenses (up to a maximum of 1.500 euros). The winner of the 2018 prize will also be invited to send her\his article to *Foundations of Science* (Springer), which will publish the proceedings of the 4th SILFS Postgraduate Conference.
7. The deadline for submissions for the 2018 SILFS Prize for the Philosophy of Science is the 31st of December, 2018. Applicants should send their papers in a pdf format (Max 10000 words, abstract and references not included) by e-mail to the Secretary of the SILFS, Dr. Giuseppe Sergioli (firstname.lastname@example.org).
8. The Evaluation Committee for the 2018 SILFS Prize for the Philosophy of Science is composed by: Cristina Amoretti (Università di Genova), Raffaella Campaner (Università di Bologna), Gustavo Cevolani (Scuola Alti Studi IMT Lucca), Luisa Damiano (Università di Messina), Edoardo Datteri (Università di Milano Bicocca), Vincenzo Fano (Università di Urbino), Marco Giunti (Università di Cagliari), Federico Laudisa (Università Milano-Bicocca), Federica Russo (Universiteit van Amsterdam), Sandro Sozzo (University of Leicester), Giovanni Valente (Politecnico di Milano).
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