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1. Jakub Szymanik ,
ESSLLI 2012 Logic & Cognition Workshop
Message 1: ESSLLI 2012 Logic & Cognition Workshop
From: Jakub Szymanik <jakub.szymanikgmail.com>
Subject: ESSLLI 2012 Logic & Cognition Workshop
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Full Title: ESSLLI 2012 Logic & Cognition Workshop
Date: 13-Aug-2012 - 17-Aug-2012
Location: Opole, Poland
Contact Person: Jakub Szymanik
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ai.rug.nl/SocialCognition/logic-cognition/
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Philosophy of Language; Semantics
Call Deadline: 02-Mar-2012
Logic & Cognition
The roots of logic go back to antiquity, where it was mostly used as a tool for analyzing human argumentation. In the 19th century Gottlob Frege, one of the founders of modern logic and analytic philosophy, introduced anti-psychologism in the philosophy of mathematics. In the following years anti-psychologism, the view that the nature of mathematical truth is independent of human ideas, was one of the philosophical driving forces behind the success of mathematical logic. During the same period in the 19th century, also modern psychology (Helmholtz, Wundt) was born. However, the notion of anti-psychologism often stood in the way of a potential merge of the disciplines and led to a significant separation between logic and psychology research agendas and methods. Only since the 1960s, together with the growth of cognitive science inspired by the 'mind as computer' metaphor, the two disciplines have started to interact more and more. Today, we finally observe an increase in the collaborative effort between logicians, computer scientists, linguists, cognitive scientists, philosophers, and psychologists.
We plan to discuss the empirical research motivated by logical theories as well as logics inspired by experimental studies. As a result, we hope to contribute towards an increase in collaboration between logicians and cognitive scientists.
Iris van Rooij
The workshop will take place as part of the 24th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI 2012): http://www.esslli2012.pl/
The meeting is partially sponsored by a Vici grant NWO-277-80-001
Call for Papers:
Deadline: March 2, 2012
Submissions Details:Please send your submission in PDF format, at most 10 pages in LNCSstyle, 10 pts, bibliography included (see http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0 ). If needed due to space reasons, technical material such as proofs may be added in an appendix of at most 5 pages. The PDF files have to be uploaded online via the workshop's submission website: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=logiccognition2012
The author notification date is April 15, 2012. Prior to the workshop, speakers will have the opportunity to submit an extended abstract for inclusion in the ESSLLI proceedings (deadline June 1, 2012). All participants must register for ESSLLI. However, we will be able to partially refund ESSLLI fees for selected speakers.
After the workshop, selected authors will be invited to submit a revised and extended version of their paper for a special issue of the Journal of Logic, Language and Information (JoLLI), devoted to Logic and Cognition.
Jakub Szymanik (co-chair)
Leon de Bruin
Alice ter Meulen
Iris van Rooij
Submission deadline: March 2, 2012
Notifications: May 1, 2012
Camera-ready copy: June 1, 2012
Workshop: August 13-17, 2012
Jakub Szymanik, Rineke Verbrugge
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