LINGUIST List 22.908|
Wed Feb 23 2011
Calls: Cognitive Science, Neuroling/UK
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1. Dominique Nouveau ,
New College Embodied Language
Message 1: New College Embodied Language
From: Dominique Nouveau <D.Nouveaulet.ru.nl>
Subject: New College Embodied Language
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Full Title: New College Embodied Language
Date: 26-Sep-2011 - 28-Sep-2011
Location: Oxford, United Kingdom
Contact Person: Robin Allott
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.newcollegeembodiedlanguage.com
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics
Call Deadline: 20-Mar-2011
The Language Origins Society is pleased to announce that its forthcoming meeting will be held at Oxford University’s New College September 26 through 28, 2011. The meeting will be organized by Robin Allott and held under the joint auspices of the Language Origins Society and the European Society for the Study of Cognitive Systems.
The meeting will focus on the neural approach to language embodiment and aim to bring together those whose work in linguistics, in neuroscience or in philosophy (Merleau-Ponty's account of word embodiment) directly or indirectly bears on this. As background for this approach reference is made to Neurophilosophy by Patricia Churchland and to evolutionary neurophysiological aspects considered at the multidisciplinary conference organised by the Language Origins Society (with others) as part of a NATO/ASI series.
See http://www.newcollegeembodiedlanguage.com for a complete description.
Call for Papers:
Length: 500 words
URL (if applicable)
Relevance to the main topic:
[to assist programme preparation]
Email to: newcollnewcollegeembodiedlanguage.com
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