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2011 - Call for Papers
Call for Papers
The First International Symposium on Chinese Culture and Religious Concord
The Sun Moon Lake, Nantou County, Taiwan
16th-19th December 2011
The Society for the Study of Religious Philosophy
He-Nan Xin-Shan Tao-Learning Media Co., Ltd.
The Heaven-Human Research Institute, the T'ienti Teachings
Ji-Zhong Cultural and Educational Foundation
The T’ienti Teachings Association
Red Heart Society
Dept. of Life and Religious Studies, Fo Guang University
Dept. of Religious Studies , Fu Jen Catholic University
Dept. of Religion Studies, Aletheia University
General Education Center, Tunghai University
General Education College, Hungkuang University
Graduate Institute of International Politics, National Chung Hsing University
Institute of Power Mechanical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, National Cheng Kung University
The First International Symposium on Chinese Culture and Religious Concord (CCRC) will be held around the beautiful Sun Moon Lake, Nantou County, Taiwan during 16-19th December 2011. Westerners long called Taiwan “Formosa” which means “beautiful isle". The name was given to Taiwan by the Portuguese in the 16th century. We’ll welcome worldwide scholars to attend this Symposium around the Sun Moon Lake.
The objective of this Symposium is to provide an interchange platform to worldwide researchers, scholars, and scientists in the fields of religion, philosophy and science to exchange new knowledge and experience under the atmosphere of collaboration and friendship. The scopes of papers lie mainly in the core thoughts of Chinese culture and different religions and also in the relationship with Chinese culture among science, philosophy, and religion. Your papers based on the following topics are warmly welcomed.
1、 Chinese Culture and Religious Collaboration
2、 The Unity and Interchange between Science and Religion
3、 The Future Religious Development Trend on Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait
4、 The Future Religious Development Trend around the World
5、 Heaven-Human Unity and Religious Concord
6、 The Peace on Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait and Religious Concord
7、 World Peace and Religious Concord
The official languages of this Symposium are Chinese and English.
The abstracts should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
The abstract should be 300-500 words, including the following:
1、 Title of paper, names of authors and affiliations
2、 Background, objective, method, main statements and conclusions
3、 Five to seven key words
4、 Please identify the corresponding author with an asterisk and provide his/her complete address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.
The abstract should be 12 point xin-xi-ming-ti font (新細明體) (Chinese) or Times New Roman font (English). It must be single spaced, evenly justified across the full width of the page. The author affiliation must be italicized and not bold. It must start one 12 point line space down from the Author affiliation list. Symbol font may be used for Greek letters.
Selection of Papers, Proceedings, and Journal Publications
Selection of papers will be a two-step process through the internet. (1) To receive abstracts, first review and notify results. (2) The selected authors will be asked to submit a full manuscript. (Paper words should be 7000 ~ 10000 for the paper in Chinese and 4000 ~ 6000 for the paper in English.) And then, second review, and authors do the necessary modification. All accepted papers after pre-registration and payment in advance will be distributed in a papers-collection and a CD-ROM at the Symposium. (For group authors, there must be at least one author to register and make the paper presentation at the Symposium.) The better papers will be selected and reviewed from all papers in order to be published in the Journal of Religious Philosophy. For related information, please visit the website http://ssrp.info/ or contact the executive secretary, Dr.C.C.Liu (劉見成): email@example.com
For related information, please visit the website:
Society for the Study of Religious Philosophy (SSRP)
No. 41, Wen-Zheng Lane, Zhong-Ming Village,
Tel: + 886-49-2898-446
Fax: + 886-49-2898-448 Attn: SSRP
Contact: + 886-49-2898-446, +886-932-585-766 Ms. Min-Rou Zhao
Ju, Ke-Yi Chung Hsing University (Taiwan)
Liu, Tong-Min Tsing Hua University (Taiwan)
Honorary Advisory Board (tentative)
International Steering Committee (tentative)
Domestic Steering Committee (tentative)
Registration * (Payment should be made in NT dollars.)
* It includes a copy of papers collection, a CD-ROM proceedings, welcome reception, food and beverage during the symposium, coffee breaks, a one-day tour around the Sun Moon Lake. (We don’t offer the above service to those who don’t register.)
‡ It includes the welcome reception, food and beverage during the symposium, coffee breaks, a one-day tour around the Sun Moon Lake.
§ For accommodation information, please refer to the information on the related website.
(For group authors, there must be at least one author to register and make the paper presentation at the Symposium.)
★Registration remittance information: Account: The Society for the Study of Religious Philosophy Account No. : 0700-872-060962 (Buli Branch, Taiwan Cooperative Bank, Code 006）
30th Nov. 2011 (including those who have no papers)
Venue and Travel Information
The Symposium will be held in the Lei-Li-O Retreat Center around the Sun Moon Lake. It can be reached by Taiwan High Speed Rail (HSR) from the airport and then by bus in HSR Taichung (Wuri) station. For further information about the Symposium site and related travel, please visit the geographical location website: