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Last call for SGEM Vienna Art early-bird registration

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The 8th edition of the SGEM Vienna Art conference

After careful consideration, we decided to extend the deadlines for papers and proposal submissions for this year's conference. We understand all the uncertainties and difficulties caused by the pandemic and try to make participation easier for all of you who would like to join us. So, instead of the 19th of October, we are giving you one month more. Until the 19th of November, you will have the chance to receive a special 15% discount on all registrations.

Don't hesitate and take this opportunity to share and exchange your artistic and scientific achievements with the rest of the world.


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Last call for the IXth SWS International Scientific Conferences on Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities

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Historical backgrounds

Back there in the 18th century, Christian Wolff differentiated three types of ontological metaphysics, regarding the spirit, the world, and God. Later on, Wilhelm Dilthey divided two types of science: Human science and Natural science. Since then, we witness a great schism between what is considered to be, on the one hand, subjective and on the other – objective studies. The gap between Human and Natural sciences became bigger with the idea of falsifiability introduced by Karl Popper in the 20th century. In that picture, we could imagine that Social Sciences lay, somewhat, in the middle between the two already mentioned. The majority of the Social Sciences exploit the scientific methods borrowed from Natural Sciences (Antipositivism, or Interpretivism, is an exception), whereas Humanities mostly use critique, speculation, and comparative historical methodology.

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More Options to Take Part in the International Conference on Arts & Humanities “The Magic of the Renaissance” 2020

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The 7th international scientific conference on arts & humanities "The Magic of the Renaissance", that will take place in Florence, Italy, from 26th to 28th of October 2020, is giving you more options to become part of this unique event.

Those of you who want to participate but have not prepared the needed papers and publications, can register as delegates. Thus, you will be able to become part of the discussions and meet your colleagues and future collaborators in person. For those, who cannot attempt the conference, the organizers from the SWS International Society of Social Sciences, Humanities and Art are offering the option to share your work to the auditory as virtual speakers. More about the event can be found here: sgemflorence.org

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