In October 2005, the UNESCO General Conference proclaimed the third Thursday of November every year “World Philosophy Day” recalling that “philosophy is a discipline that encourages critical and independent thought and is capable of working towards a better understanding of the world and promoting tolerance and peace.” It is in this spirit that J Philos Econ proposes to celebrate the Economists’ Philosophy Day by organizing an online plenary session of scientific communications dedicated to the philosophical landmarks through which the economic science has been challenged, for better or worse.
We are pleased to present the agenda of the second edition of the Economists’ Philosophy Day – A Journal of Philosophical Economics celebration of philosophical reflection in the economic science (see attached). For the first edition, please refer to Journal of Philosophical Economics – News (episciences.org). The conference is organized by the Faculty of International Business and Economics (Bucharest University of Economic Studies), The Journal of Philosophical Economics (represented by Professor Valentin Cojanu), and The Research Center for the History and Circulation of Philosophical Ideas (represented by Professor Oana Serban).
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Almost all papers are by now public on Home – Archive ouverte HAL.
Zoom meeting information
When: Nov 16, 2023 / Time – see Agenda
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