Cracow Workshop in Analytical Philosophy 2017

„Philosophical analysis”

7 – 9th July 2017, Krakow, Poland

Deadline for submissions: 31st May 2017 [EXTENDED!]

Registration is now OPEN

You can participate either as an (1) author presenting a paper or (2) a commentator

(1) In order to submit a paper, use this form. In case you have any troubles with the app, send it to pawel.banas (at)

Please follow the following guidelines

(2) In order to be a commentator, send your short CV to pawel.banas (at)

CWAP 2017 is the 2nd edition of workshop devoted to discussion on the main issues of contemporary analytical philosophy in a small but stimulating environment.

The first, 2014, edition dealt with “normativity” as discussed within theory of meaning, belief and knowledge.

Here you can find some archive materials.

The subject of this edition is the problem of philosophical analysis as the method of philosophical inquiry. We welcome contributions both defending and criticizing the method, as well as applying the method to various fields of philosophy, with some focus placed on (although certainly not limited to) social ontology.

Format of the workshop:

Each participant is supposed to present either an original research paper (8000 words max.) during the workshop, which will be later a subject of commentary and intensive small group discussion. We aim not only at providing hours of analytical philosophy-focused working groups and lectures by our guest speakers, but also at helping our participants improve and publish their papers.

Invited speakers:

Christopher Daly (Manchester)

Frank Jackson (ANU)

Tadeusz Szubka (Szczecin)

Esa Diaz-Leon (Barcelona)

Call for Papers:

We invite submissions of original papers for presentations at the workshop addressing any problems within the broad subject of the workshop. Each application will be subject to a double-blind peer-review process.

We offer each successful applicant a 30 minutes long slot for her presentation, which then will be followed by a 15 minutes response by a commentator, and finally by at least 15 minutes of a public discussion. We normally expect each participant to read at least one other paper in advance so as to take the role of a commentator.

All information concerning editorial guidelines, deadlines, fees, programme, our speakers and venue will be available on our website on-line (


Paweł Banaś (Jagiellonian University, Department of Philosophy)

Krzysztof Posłajko (Jagiellonian University, Department of Philosophy)