Courtesy of Salvador Dali: The Time of Eye

19. Fourth Information Universe Conference

22-24 June 2022, DOTliveplanetarium, Groningen, Netherlands

The Information Universe conference aspires to bring together experts as well as young researchers from a number of different communities, to discuss and debate the definition and interpretation of information. To address these questions the conference hosts the following sessions:

  1. The LCDM tension, Euclid and the future of cosmology
  2. The computing Universe
  3. Life science and biology
  4. Target Fieldlab
  5. Machine learning and complexity

18. TimeWorld

1-3 July, 2021, International Scientific Congress at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, Paris, France

A co-production of CNAM and INNOVAXIOM
In November 2019 Time World questioned the disciplines and professions for which TIME is a determining component. In July 2021, for its second edition in France TimeWorld focuses on CHANCE and deciphers it in all its forms, theoretical, applied and prospective. We may distinguish four kinds of Chance:

  1. Chance measured by the theory of probabilities.
  2. Life as Chance according to the Darwinian theory of evolution
  3. Chance in Art introduced by the surrealists and related to the spontaneity of creation.
  4. Chance in Metaphysics and Logic, which distinguish Chance from the Indeterminism of Freedom, and reflect on the conflict between Chance and the Universal Laws of science involving necessity and determinism.

17. Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes

25-30 November, 2019, Hotel Barrière le Gray D’Albion, Cannes, French Riviera

  1. 2019 Mind § Galaxy Science Fiction Fantasy Film Competition  
  2. 2019 Mind § Galaxy Conference

29 November, 2019, Hotel Barrière le Gray D’Albion, Cannes, French Riviera
Organizer: The Mediterranean Film Festival in cooperation
with the Apeiron Centre and SV2Studios

16. First International Conference of Hellenic Studies

29 September4 October, 2019, Herceg Novi, Montenegro

Hellenic Political Philosophy and Contemporary Europe 

Organizer: The Center for Hellenic Studies –

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15. The 31st International Conference of Philosophy

12-15 July, 2019, Vouliagmeni (Athen’s Riviera), Amarilia Hotel, Greece 

The Possibility of Eudaimonia (Happiness and Human Flourishing) in the World Today

We have selected this topic based primarily on two factors:

 Greek philosophy from its inception and throughout all phases of its development and transformations had as its guiding light the Socratic question: “How ought one to live one’s life?” (πῶς βιωτέον;). These reflections which occurred under radically different circumstances from the polis to the Hellenistic kingdoms, the Roman Imperium, Byzantium and beyond, provide a vast reservoir of wisdom for comprehending both the causes of human unhappiness and the possibilities for human flourishing and its attendant pleasures.

The present discussions of happiness, though they preoccupy a central place in the analyses of the human condition in our age of rapid technological advances, globalization, with its promises of material abundance and inexhaustible leisure, have generally reached an impasse. For the most part the popular theories proclaim adaptation to unexamined principles as the key to happiness; others point to neurological findings as a guide for social practices; others declare that practicing dogmas that would make us immune to the hazards of our times is the answer; and of course there are many variations to Huxley’s Brave New World that foresee manufactured happiness in drugs, sex, and living in the now of a crafted forgetfulness; and we cannot ignore the vast data-mining of human attitudes for the purpose of manipulating human actions towards fabricated and ever more transient caricatures of happiness.

We invite thinkers throughout the world to present and share their views and the fruits of their research on the topic of Eudaimonia – the possibilities for happiness, and human flourishing in our times – through the medium of Greek philosophy and its multifaceted heritage.

Organizer: The International Association for Greek Philosophy (IAGP) in cooperation with other academic and cultural organizations

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14. The 43rd Cambridge Conference

5-7 June, 2019, Harvard University, Faculty Club, Room 212, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, Mass, USA 

Women Phenomenologists- Past and Present

(Among them: Hedwig Conrad-Martius, Edith Stein, Hannah Arendt, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Gerda Walther)

Secondary Topic 

Phenomenological Investigation of Autobiography

Organizer: The World Phenomenology Institute (WPI)

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13. The 30th International Conference of Philosophy

20-26 July, 2018, Pythagorion Conference Hall, Island of Samos, Greece  

Polis, Cosmopolis, and Globalization  

The Conference aims to bring together two main areas of research and investigation: the Hellenic philosophical heritage and modern philosophical trends grappling with the contemporary issue of globalization.

Organizer: The International Association for Greek Philosophy (IAGP) in cooperation with other academic and cultural organizations

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12. The 29th International Conference of Philosophy

7-12 July, 2017,  Mediterranean Hotel Conference Hall, 35-37 Kos street 85100, Rhodes, Greece

Greek Moral and Political Philosophy

(from the Socratics to Neoplatonism)

The present Conference aims to bring together two main areas of research and investigation: The Hellenic and Roman philosophical heritage and the modern philosophical trends that grapple with the relevant problems of our age. Special attention will be given to papers in moral and political philosophy which investigate, among other things, the relationship of the philosopher’s views in the relation to the way of life.

Organizer: The International Association for Greek Philosophy (IAGP) in cooperation with other academic and cultural organizations

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11. The 42nd Cambridge Conference

13-15 June, 2018, Harvard University, Faculty Club, Room 212, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, Mass, USA 

Phenomenology and Aesthetics

Organizer: The World Phenomenology Institute (WPI)

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10. The 41st Cambridge Conference 

7- 9 June, 2017, Harvard University Faculty Club, Room 212, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, Mass, USA

Phenomenology of Polyrelationality: The Question of Consciousness Revisited

Organizer: The World Phenomenology Institute (WPI)

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9. The 65th Congress of Phenomenology

9-11 November, 2016,  Polo Pantaleoni  Via Armaroli/Via della Pescheria Vecchia, 22, Macerata, Italy

Cultivation as a Paradigm for Sustainable Production and Ecological Human Formation

Organizer: The World Phenomenology Institute, The International Society For Phenomenology and the Sciences of Life, and the University of Macerata         e-mail:

8. Varying Constants and Fundamental Cosmology— VARCOSMOFUN’16  

12-17 Septembre, 2016, Campus of the Maritime University of Szczecin (Akademia Morska) Szczerbcowa, 470-503 Szczecin, Poland

The conference will address the question of varying (dynamical) physical constants and a broad range of other problems in Fundamental Cosmology. 

Organizer: The University of Szczecin in cooperation with other academic institutions

Website : 

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7. World Congress of Philosophy “The Philosophy of Aristotle

10-15 July, 2016 Aristotle’s Lyceum Plato’s Academy Athens, Greece 

This Congress, which is organized on the occasion of Aristotle’s birth  2400 years ago, intends to investigate the influence of Aristotelian philosophy through the ages.

Organizer: i) The International Association of Greek Philosophy,  ii) The Greek Philosophical Society and iii) the Philosophical Society of Cyprus, under the Auspices of the International Federation of Philosophical Societies (FISP). .

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 6. The 40th Cambridge Conference 

8- 10 June, 2016,   Harvard University Faculty Club, Room 212,  20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, Mass, USA

Posthumanism and Phenomenology: The focus on the Modern Condition of Boredom/Solitude/Loneliness/Isolation

Organizer: The World Phenomenology Institute (WPI)

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5. The 27th International Conference of Philosophy

11-16 July, 2015,  Hotel Amarilia, 13 Saint Nicolas St, 1667, Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece 

                                          Global Ethics and Politics 

(in relation to ecological philosophy and other crucial issues of our global era) 

Organizer: The International Association for Greek Philosophy 

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4. The 64th Congress of Phenomenolgy

1-3 October, 2014 The Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Largo Gemelli 1, Milan, Italy 

Eco-Phenomenology Life, Human Life, Post-Human Life in the Harmony of the Cosmos 

Organizer: The World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning 

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3. The 2nd Joint International Conference of Astrobiology  

July 6-11, 2014, New Public Hall, Nara Japan

Origins 2014

Organizer: ISSOL – the International Astrobiology Society and Bioastronomy (Commission 51 of the International Astronomical Union).

The mission of this conference is to bring together scientists from all over the world who are interested in the emergence of life on the Earth and in the Universe to share recent research achievements and future trends. This conference provides an opportunity with chemists, biologists, geologists, astronomers, planetary scientists, and those from other research fields to meet and discuss on mutual research interests for addressing questions of the origin and evolution of life on this planet and elsewhere in the Universe.


2. The 23rd World Congress of Philosophy

4-10 August, 2013, Department of Philosophy, University of Athens, Greece

Philosophy as Inquiry and Way of Life 

Organizer: The International Federation of Philosophical Societies in International collaboration with the International Association of Greek Philosophy (IAPG)

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1. The Invisible Universe 2009

June 29 – July 10, UNESCO, Paris

Organizer: Laboratoire Univers et Théorie, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS

Cosmology has arrived at a crossroads. According to the best data available, from large ground based telescopes and space observatories: almost 95% of the universe  irretrievably escape observational detection. This missing part of the cosmos is constituted for 25% by a mysterious form of dark matter and 70%, by a dark energy whose nature is even more exotic and unknown! But what are exactly these new physical entities? In an attempt to answer this complex and profound question: more than 400 experts will gather in Paris to evaluate the situation, and draw future perspectives. The basic principles of physics appear sometimes to be put into question. Modern cosmology is perhaps at the beginnings of a major renewal, similar to those once made by Galileo and Einstein


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