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PJA: Franz Kafka 2019 : The Philosopher Franz K. - The Polish Journal of Aesthetics No. 53 (2/2019)

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Call For Papers

Call for Papers

The Polish Journal of Aesthetics No. 53 (2/2019)

The Philosopher Franz K.

Editors:
Barry Smith (University at Buffalo)
Monika Stępień (University of Warsaw)
Sonia Kamińska (Jagiellonian University)


Franz Kafka is one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century, and thus one of the writers most often discussed by philosophers. In this issue, we view the author of The Trial and Metamorphosis as a philosopher, drawing attention not only to the traces of philosophical thinking in his writings and correspondence, but also to his educational and cultural background.

We invite papers on topics such as the following:

- Kafka as student and heir of Franz Brentano and Anton Marty, and his relations to the so-called Brentano School
- Kafka and Prague (the Café Louvre: Christian von Ehrenfels, Hugo Bergman, Emil Utitz, Oskar Pollak, Oskar Kraus, Alfred Kastil, Berta Fanta, Ida Freund, Max Brod)
- Kafka as inspiration for existential philosophy
- Kafka and vegetarianism
- Did Kafka foresee totalitarian regimes?
- Kafka’s Jewish heritage
- Kafka and aesthetics
- Kafka and Nietzsche
- Kafka and Meister Eckhart
- Kafka’s influence on philosophy


The deadline for submissions is December 31, 2018.

Please note, that all submissions for The Polish Journal of Aesthetics take place exclusively by using online form "Submission". Texts submitted by e-mail will not be considered.

Papers should be in English and should be thoroughly reviewed by English native speakers before submission. They should include abstract, a list of key words, bibliography, and a note on the author. All details are provided at http://pjaesthetics.uj.edu.pl/pja/do_autorow_ang.php


The Polish Journal of Aesthetics is a philosophical-aesthetic periodical which since 2001 has been published quarterly by the Institute of Philosophy of Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland. The journal has a long editorial tradition and is affiliated with one of the oldest European universities; at the same time, it is undergoing continuous systematic development. The editors’ goal is to implement and maintain the highest international publishing standards and practices, resulting in the publication of articles and papers on a high substantive level addressing important and timely issues concerning artistic performances and activities. Each year four volumes of the journal are published: two regular and two thematic, devoted to specific issues of aesthetics and philosophy of art, prepared in co-operation with experts in the given thematic field. Calls for papers for thematic volumes are sent out separately.
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