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Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
Message 1: Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
From: Piotr Stalmaszczyk <piotrstuni.lodz.pl>
Subject: Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
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Full Title: Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
Short Title: PhiLang2011
Date: 12-May-2011 - 14-May-2011
Location: Lodz, Poland
Contact Person: Piotr Stalmaszczyk
Meeting Email: philang2011uni.lodz.pl
Linguistic Field(s): Philosophy of Language
Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2010
2nd International Conference on Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
(PhiLang2011), University of Lodz (Poland), 12-14 May 2011
The Department of English and General Linguistics at University of Lodz
announces the Second International Conference on Philosophy of
Language and Linguistics (PhiLang2011).
The following scholars have already accepted our invitation to address the
conference as plenary speakers:
Professor Aleksy Awdiejew (Jagiellonian University, Cracow)
Philosophy of Language Communication
Professor Katarzyna Jaszczolt (University of Cambridge)
Minimalism and Contextualism about De Se Belief Ascription.
Professor Ruth Kempson (King's College London)
Dynamic Syntax: Natural Languages as Mechanisms for Interpretation
Professor Alex Miller (University of Birmingham)
Judgement-Dependence, Tacit Knowledge and Linguistic Understanding.
Professor Stefano Predelli (University of Nottingham)
Non Truth-Conditional Meaning and Metalinguistic Comments: The Case of
The conference fee is 150 EUR (100 for doctoral students), and 300PLN
(200 for doctoral students) for participants from Poland. It covers the cost of
participation, conference materials and conference dinner.
Accommodation will be provided at the University Conference Center, Lodz,
Kopcinskiego 16/18 (www.csk.uni.lodz.pl). Single and double rooms are
available. The cost of a single room per night is 140 PLN, double 210, PLN,
breakfast is included in the price.
Further details will be provided in the second circular in November 2010.
Organizing committee: Prof. dr hab. Piotr Stalmaszczyk, Prof. dr hab.
Krzysztof Kosecki, Mr Ryszard Rasinski.
Department of English and General Linguistics, University of Lodz
Call for Papers
The principal aim of our Conference is to bring together philosophers,
logicians and linguists; we would like the papers to address the following
issues (the list is not exhaustive):
-Philosophy of language and linguistics: diverging or converging?
-Philosophical, logical and linguistic approaches to semantics and
-Philosophical, logical and linguistic approaches to modality
-Ontological status of linguistic entities
-Polish contribution to the development of the philosophy of language
Abstracts of papers, in MS Word format, of max. 300 words (followed by 5-7
key terms), should be forwarded by e-mail to: philang2011uni.lodz.pl
Deadline for submission is 31 December 2010. Presentations should last
maximum 30 minutes (including discussion and questions). Notification of
acceptance will be sent by 1 March 2011.
A volume of selected conference proceedings will be published with an
international publisher; we also plan two thematic volumes of linguistic
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