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12.09.2021 12:08 Alter: 14 days

Resilience


Call for Papers

Theme: Resilience
Type: 12th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022)
Institution: International Academic Forum (IAFOR)
Location: Tokyo (Japan) – Online
Date: 29.–31.3.2022
Deadline: 14.1.2022



The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion and Philosophy (ACERP)
celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2020. It has proven to be a great
opportunity for engaging in interdisciplinary dialogue, speaking to
scholars, and learning from other experts from around the world and
from a variety of academic disciplines. The interdisciplinary and
international focus of the conference draws world-class speakers and
keeps people coming back year after year.

Held in partnership with the IAFOR Research Centre at the Osaka
School of International Public Policy (OSIPP) at Osaka University,
this international conference encourages academics and scholars to
meet and exchange ideas and views in a forum stimulating respectful
dialogue. This event will afford an exceptional opportunity for
renewing old acquaintances, learning about cutting edge research,
making new contacts, networking, and facilitating partnerships across
national and disciplinary borders.


Submission Streams

The ACERP Organising Committee welcomes papers from a wide variety of
interdisciplinary and theoretical perspectives, and submissions are
organised into the streams and substreams listed below:

Ethics

- Medical Ethics
- Business and Management Ethics
- Ethics in Education
- Ethics, Law, and Justice
- Ethics and Globalisation
- Ethics and Science
- Comparative Ethics
- Linguistics, Language and Ethics

Religion

- Theism and Atheism
- Feminism and Religious Traditions
- Religion and Education
- Religion and Peace Studies
- Mysticism, Faith, and Scientific Culture
- Interfaith Dialogue
- Comparative Religion
- Linguistics, Language and Religion
- Interdisciplinary – Conflict Resolution and Mediation Studies

Philosophy

- Philosophy and Religion
- Philosophy and the Arts
- Philosophy and Public Policy
- Philosophy and Technology
- Philosophy and Culture
- Philosophy and Education
- Philosophy and Peace Studies
- Comparative Philosophy
- Linguistics, Language and Philosophy

Special Theme

The IAFOR 2021–2022 Special Theme is “Resilience”

Resilience is the ability to resist being affected, or to recover
readily from setback and adversity, and the past year has been one of
enormous turbulence and upheaval. Nobody has been left untouched by
the impact of the global pandemic, and great change has been forced
upon us all.

COVID-19 has underlined the extent to which we suffer together as
one, but also how the experience of a global pandemic has been very
different and unequal. This has had a woeful impact on the already
marginalised and dispossessed, further evidencing that countries are
not equal in their ability to provide for and protect their people.
The pandemic has also created questionable narratives and false
dichotomies in approaches to finding solutions to the myriad problems
that COVID-19 has either caused or exacerbated.

Humans can be by turn extraordinarily delicate, and remarkably
resilient and we are now living through and witnessing an
extraordinary period of history. However, as with any period of great
change, there is a window of opportunity that follows where one has
the chance to enact and bring about change for the better. The
pandemic has also allowed many of us the space to rethink our
relationship with both ourselves and those immediately around us, but
also with the wider world. This is a crisis both global and local,
both shared and individual.

That time to rethink and reimagine is now as we attempt to regroup
and rebuild. We need to build back, but do so in a way that is
better, stronger and fairer. Forged by adversity, we have the
opportunity to follow divergent paths towards a future that we help
create, and where, to borrow Heaney, hope and history may rhyme.


Key Information

Location & Venue:
Held in Tokyo, Japan (and online)

Dates:
Tuesday, March 29, 2022 ​to Thursday, March 31, 2022

Early Bird Abstract Submission Deadline:
November 05, 2021

Final Abstract Submission Deadline:
January 14, 2022

Registration Deadline for Presenters:
February 17, 2022


Conference website:
https://acerp.iafor.org