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LINGUIST List 16.1690

Fri May 27 2005

Confs: Cognitive Science/Lyon, France

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        1.    Gloria Origgi, Virtual Workshop on Causality

Message 1: Virtual Workshop on Causality
Date: 24-May-2005
From: Gloria Origgi <Gloria.Origgienst.fr>
Subject: Virtual Workshop on Causality

Virtual Workshop on Causality
Short Title: Causality

Date: 10-Mar-2005 - 10-Jan-2006
Location: Lyon, France
Contact: Anne Reboul
Contact Email: reboulisc.cnrs.fr
Meeting URL: http://www.interdisciplines.org/causality

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Meeting Description:

A virtual workshop on the cognitive bases of causal reasoning and its relations
with language development organised by the Institute of Cognitive Science, Lyon
and the Linguistics Department of the Geneva University at

The workshop will bring together psychologists, philosophers, primatologists,
linguists to explore the difference between animal and human causality, the role
of language in shaping our causal reasoning as well as the role of association
and memory in causal understanding.

Starting from March 1st 2005, a new paper will be open to discussion every two
weeks at http://www.interdisciplines.org/causality

This workshop is organized by the Institute for Cognitive Science in Lyon and
the University of Geneva.

Discussion is open to everyone through a moderated forum.
This week we discuss Jenniker Vonk' paper on ''Causality in Non-Humans''

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