Organizer: Central European Research Institute Soeren Kierkegaard, Slovenia

Co-organizer: KUD Apokalipsa, Slovenia

Co-organizer of the international conference: Cankarjev dom Ljubljana

Ulica Lili Novy 25, 1000 Ljubljana: from the 6st to the 8th of June, 2022

Cankarjev dom Ljubljana: from the 9th to the 10th of June, 2022

School of Philosophy Unije: from the 12th of June to the 19th of June, 2022


This year's conference and workshop is dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the birth and 30th anniversary of death of Günther Anders (1902–1992).

Theme: The threat of technology and the hope of existing between "not-yet" and "no-more": How we, the people, can even live in uncertain times of the threat of total elimination of humanity / humanness?

»The technification of the being: the fact that today it is possible that unknowingly and indirectly, like screws in a machine, we can be used in actions, the effects of which are beyond the horizon of our eyes and imagination, and of which, could we imagine them, we could not approve – this fact has changed the very foundations of our moral existence«(Günther Anders, 3 June 1959).

Participants are expected to send their application with a short CV in English, with the title of the paper no later than the 17th of January 2022 to the address Ta e-poštni naslov je zaščiten proti smetenju. Za ogled potrebujete Javascript, da si jo ogledate.. In addition to a short description, the CV should also contain contact information (email address, phone number).

The deadline for submitting abstracts is the 24th of January 2022. Please note the following when submitting your abstract:

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-          max. 1.300 characters.

The deadline for submitting the paper, of up to 20.000 characters, is the 25th of February 2022. Papers that will meet the criteria of appropriate quality, prescribed stylistic provisions and citation methods, will be published in the journal Kierkegaard in 2023. The provisions that must be complied with can be found in the document Temp_Contribution attachment. Papers not following the provisions will not be accepted for the 2023 Kierkegaard publication.


Registration fee for foreign participants: 350 EUR (registration fee covers all expenses for accommodation and meals) / in the case of an unfavorable epidemiological picture, it is also possible to participate and present the paper via ZOOM – in this case no registration fee is required.

Registration fee for domestic participants: 50 EUR

Registration fee for the School of Philosophy Unije: 250 EUR (registration fee covers all expenses for accommodation and meals).


Additional information: Ta e-poštni naslov je zaščiten proti smetenju. Za ogled potrebujete Javascript, da si jo ogledate.