The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory was established in 1999 as an autonomous unit attached to the Department of Philosophy of the University of Athens. The initial purpose of the Lab's establishment was to facilitate research in the area of applied philosophy and provide teaching support to students and faculty members in both graduate and post-graduate level of studies. The Lab is also committed to conduct empirical and/or theoretical research in all areas of philosophy, with particular focus on Ethics, Metaethics and Applied Ethics. To this purpose the Lab seeks to foster collaborations with other Laboratories, Research Centers or Units, as well as with international organizations and societies. The Lab seeks to further and convey knowledge on areas of philosophical research by means of hosting post-graduate programs of study, publishing works of original philosophical research as well as journals, and organizing conferences.
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Conatus is a blind peer-reviewed academic journal that promotes research in all areas of philosophy with the intent of upgrading the academic activity. It publishes original papers either in Greek or in English, translated philosophical essays, book reviews and interviews. It is published by the Applied Philosophy Research Laboratory of the Faculty of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
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