Call for Papers for an Anthology: Philosophies of Love & Sex
We are seeking essays that explore and illuminate the diverse meanings of love and sex. Themes of interest include but are not limited to: erotic intersubjectivity and reversibility, erotic embodiment, maternal/paternal/familial love, historical shifts in familial and sexual values, voluntary vs. involuntary love, the intertwining of love and friendship, love and loss, love across difference, queer love and sex, feminism vis-à-vis love and sex and conceptions of sexual perversion.
Perspectives from all philosophical traditions are welcome.
Guidelines for Contributions:
Please submit completed papers (approximately 8,000 words) or extended abstracts.
All submissions should include a 100 word abstract.
Papers should be in MS Word format.
Please submit materials as attachments to:
Deadline: Monday, May 6, 2013
Thank you for your interest.
Sarah LaChance Adams : email@example.com
Caroline Lundquist : firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Davidson : email@example.com
The images are of Rodin's The Thinker (photo by Kadellar and made available at Wikimedia Commons under a creative commons licence) and The Kiss (photo by Yair Haklai, and also from Wikimedia Commons).