The conference will take a broad approach toward the theme by inviting a range of different perspectives and crosscutting fields of research in the areas of humanities and social sciences in order to achieve theoretical, developed, and empirically grounded understanding about the complexity of post-truth condition as a philosophical, ethical, social, political, and cultural issue, and pay particular attention on its implication on academia and scholarship enterprise.
The Conference aims to:
- Bring together studies, research and theoretical debates about the philosophical, ethical and especially epistemological dimension of post-truth.
- Bring together the current studies, research and theoretical discussion in the political, social, and cultural dimension of post-truth.
- Explore theoretical inquiries about the political, social, ideological and cultural dynamics of post-truth at global and Indonesian contexts.
- Propose empirically grounded, a complex and theoretical overview on post-truth as a philosophical and scholarship issue.
- Mediate theoretical exploration and debates about models, frameworks, and practice of post-truth and its implication to academia, scholarship and philosophical enterprises.
Seek strategies, models and formats of scholarship, social, cultural and political response to post-truth condition widest and liberating meaning.