Open Call For Papers: Dostoevsky, Existential Philosophy, and Contemporary Thought, 2021
Labyrinth: An International Journal for Philosophy is preparing a special Issue on the occasion of the 200th Birthday of Fyodor Dostoevsky.
As it is in some sense a continuation of the previous issues, dedicated on the intertwining of Philosophy, Art and Literature. From special interest are the following topics:
- The philosophical reception of Dostoevsky’s ideas in Existential Philosophy and Personalism (Shestov, Berdyaev, Marcel, Sartre, Camus, Beauvoir a.o.)
- Dostoevsky and Psychoanalysis (Freud, Kristeva)
- Dostoevsky, Atheism and Religious Thought
- The Question of Sense and Non-Sense (of Life)
- Evil and the Dark Side of Human Nature
- The Identity Question: The Double
- Dostoevsky and Women
- Dostoevsky’s Ethical and Political Thought in Contemporary Context
Other topics are also welcome.
Researchers working in the above fields are invited to submit a brief abstract with a short bio-bibliographical note until the 4 of April 2021.
Authors who have already a finished unpublished paper are welcome to submit it within an abstract, a bio-bibliographical note; the paper should be formatted according the Guidelines. Papers in their final form should be submitted no later than 1 of August 2021.
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As a multilingual Journal Labyrinth accepts papers in English, French, and German.