June 22, 2023
9:30-10:00Open Ceremony
10:00-12:00Keynote Speech“Rethinking Ontological Individualism” 
Daniel Little (University of Michigan-Dearborn, the USA.)
13:00-15:00Panel I: Self“Unpacking the self”: Issues, Challenges and Coping with Reflexivity in Autoethnographic Research (Longshibeni N Kithan, Central University of Karnataka, India)
From the Incapability of Self-Determination to the Act of Self-Destruction:
Michel Foucault, Rahel Jaeggi, and the New Vision of Self-Alienation (Attasit Sittidumrong, Walailak University, Thailand)
Salvaging the objective endurance of self: the Case of the Facebook self (Phanomkorn Yothasorn, Thammasat University, Thailand)
News Emphasizing Societal Transformations; Bourdieu’s Analysis on Symbolic Violence in Sri Lankan Television News (Sewwandi Samadara Hewawasam, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka)
Chair: Yukti Mukdawijitra (Thammasat University, Thailand)
15:30-17:30Panel II: Collective IntentionalityA Criticism of Christian List’s Analogy between AI Systems and Group Agency in the Light of Daniel Little’s Micro-foundationalist Perspective (Biqi Peng, Nankai University, China)
Making Sense of Collective Intentionality’s Factual Independence (Napoleon Jr. Mabaquiao, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines)
Do Nudges Mitigate Moral Blameworthiness? (Peter Tsu, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan)
‘Who’s to Blame? Distributing Responsibility for Climate Harms?’ (Jeremy Moss, University of New South Wales, Australia)
Chair: Kanit Kanit (Mitinunwong) Sirichan (Chulalongkorn University)
18:00-20:00Reception and Dinner
June 23, 2023
10:00-12:00Panel III: COVID-19 and the East-the WestThe concept of civilization in Chinese and Western cultures (Ilya Kanaev, Sun Yat-Sen University, China)
Hypermodernity or Postmodernity? The Era of Global Risks in the Problematic Relationship With the Heritage of the West (Matteo Pietropaoli, Link Campus University of Rome, Italy)
The Vulnerability of Women Workers under Patriarchal Capitalism of the Indonesian Industrial Relations during the Covid-19 Pandemic (Irfa’I Afham, Department of Politics, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia)
Rubin’s Potential Outcomes Framework: Epistemological Inference in Social Sciences (Ran Ren, Nankai university, China)
Chair: Yared Akarapattananukul (Faculty of Political Science and Law, Burapha University)
13:00-15:00Panel IV: Political TheoryPhilosophy of models reconciles imagination with feasibility in political theory: Rawls and epistemic democracy (Ryota Sakai, Chuogakuin University, Japan)
Popper and Pigden Revisisted: The Conspiracy of the Theory of Society and Philosophy of Social Science (Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
Political Civicity as a Weak Conception of Justice (Roy Joseph Sotelo, De La Salle University Manila, Philippines)
What Transhumanism can Learn from Marx’s View on Human Nature and Huan Development (Tuan Phong Tran, Institute of Philosophy, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Vietnam)
Chair: Watcharabon Buddharaksa (Naresuan University)
15:30-17:00Panel V: HistoricityA Normative Response-Dependent Account of Historically Significant Facts (Aidan Ryall, The Australian National University, Australia)
Towards a transcendental paradigm of rationality in the economics: an historical and theoretical confrontation between Ludwig von Mises and J.G. Fichte on the theory of action (Matteo Vincenzo d’Alfonso, Università di Ferrara, Italy)
Sociality, Historicity and Metamodernism: Essay on Philosophy of Historical Social Science (Gan Namuangrak, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
Chair: Teerapot Sirichan (Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University)
June 24, 2023
9:30-12:30Network Meeting