14th International Symposium Moral Competence: Its Nature, Relevance, and Education in Vilnius, July 23-24, 2020


    Extended Deadline for Abstract Submission

    Symposium formats

    In order to allow many presentations, sufficient time for discussion, and a good basis for future contacts with colleagues,  the length of the presentations will be restricted to 15 minutes, and the slides containing the following: (1) Question(s), (2) Method(s), and (3) Finding(s) & Discussion.

    These slides should be readable (minimum font size: 18), and not contain too much information or abbreviations.

    As always in this symposium series, your proposal will be submitted to an open reviewing process. That is, you will get feedback from your reviewer(s) to improve your presentation, and you can discuss with hin/her before the symposium. We might ask you to review proposals of others if they are linked to your area of expertise.

    You will get a final letter of acceptance by March 20, 2020, and also a confirmation that the symposium will take place, so that you can book your travel and accommodation.

    After the symposium you will be invited to submit a full-size paper to one of the international academic journal (will be specified later).

    Note: Before the symposium  there will be a KMDD-Workshop (July 20 – 23, 2020) conducted by Prof. Georg Lind. Please indicate if you are interested in it. For more information see the KMDD-flyer. This workshop and the subsequent training will enable you to conduct KMDD-sessions and the related method of Discussion-Theater.

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