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LINGUIST List 19.1434

Tue Apr 29 2008

Confs: Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Lang,Pragmatics,Sematics/Belgium

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Message 1: Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models 2
Date: 28-Apr-2008
From: Mikhail Kissine <mkissineulb.ac.be>
Subject: Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models 2
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Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models 2
Short Title: UICM2

Date: 19-Jul-2008 - 21-Jul-2008
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Contact: Mikhail Kissine
Contact Email: uicm2ulb.ac.be
Meeting URL: http://homepages.ulb.ac.be/~uicm2/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Philosophy of Language; Pragmatics;
Semantics

Meeting Description:

The second edition of the Brussels Conference on Utterance Interpretation and
Cognitive Models will take place on July 19-21, 2008. While the first edition
addressed the issue of the semantics/pragmatics interface from a cognitive
perspective, this time we wish to adopt a broader perspective. The conference
aims at reaching across disciplinary boundaries and bringing together
researchers who, though belonging to different schools or traditions, all take a
view of interpretation that is informed by cognitive concerns. We are convinced
that a better understanding of how utterances come to be endowed with meaning
calls for collaboration between various subfields of linguistics -- syntax,
formal semantics, cognitive linguistics, pragmatics, evolutionary linguistics
--, as well as with other disciplines, such as developmental and cognitive
psychology, cognitive sciences, and philosophy of language. However, whatever
the theoretical background and the empirical phenomena to be accounted for, in
our view the ultimate test for any theory of utterance interpretation is that it
should be psychologically plausible. We hope that the second conference on
Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models will help popularize this idea.

UICM2: Brussels Conference on Utterance Interpretation and Cognitive Models II

Registration is now open.
More details on http://homepages.ulb.ac.be/~uicm2/

Keynote Speakers:
Nicholas Asher (Austin University of Texas/CNRS, Institut de Recherche en
Informatique de Toulouse)
Robyn Carston (University College London)
Herbert Clark (Stanford University)
Jim Hurford (University of Edinburgh)
Ruth Millikan (University of Connecticut)
Robert Stainton (University of Western Ontario)
Leonard Talmy (University at Buffalo)
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