Meaning in life is one of the most fundamental philosophical problems, discussed for centuries but having acquired considerable depth in English-speaking philosophy over the past 30 years. Is there any meaning in life? If so, how can we find it? Can life be meaningful if death is the ultimate end of our existence? How is meaning related to well-being and happiness? What are the moral implications of philosophical debates on meaning in life? Can life be objectively meaningful, or can it only be subjectively meaningful? What are the links between God and meaning? What do we mean by ‘meaning’ in the first place?
Important Dates & Information:
Registration: Is registration required? Yes, please visit the Conference Website for more information, or directly register for Zoom here.
Publication: Speakers are encouraged to submit their papers for publication in a special issue of the Journal of Philosophy of Life to be published by the end of 2022 (or possibly early 2023). For more information please visit the journal's website here.
Time for presentation: Normally 50 minutes for live presentations (roughly 20-25 minutes for talk and the rest for discussion).
Format of presentation: Online via Zoom and also Slack. Some talks will be pre-recorded, while others will be live.
Official language: English
For questions, please email Prof Thaddeus Metz: [email protected]
AI Transforming Humanity
Online Digital Conference, 22 - 26 February 2021
Cape Town, South Africa from 3-6 December 2019.
Southern African Conference for Artificial Intelligence Research (SACAIR2021)
“Artificial Intelligence for Science, Technology and Society”
Hosted from 6 – 10 December 2021 at the Simbithi Country Club,
Simbithi Eco-Estate, Dolphin Coast, KwaZulu-Natal.
Abstracts Submission: 10 September 2021
Submission of Full Papers: 24 September 2021
Acceptance notification: 25 October 2021
Final Papers (camera ready copies): 8 November 2021
Main Conference: 8 – 10 December 2021