CFP: Learning, Reasoning, and Cognition: Cognition and Action in a Social Setting
Submission deadline: Wednesday, September 5 2012
Wednesday, November 28 2012 - Friday, November 30 2012
Institute for Logic, Cognition, Language and Information, University of the Basque Country
San Sebastián, Spain
This workshop provides a forum for the discussion of how to find good explanations for all kinds of phenomena in the broad field of social cognition and social action, with a particular emphasis on learning and reasoning, from the viewpoints of cognitive scientists and philosophers.
The purpose of this conference is twofold: firstly, to engage researchers with different backgrounds in a discussion on the relation between social action and cognition situated in a social setting, and secondly, to obtain a better theoretical understanding of what is learning by doing, and reasoning under the cognitive limitations of information processing and drawing inferences.
Learning, Reasoning, and Cognition
Cognition and Action in a social setting
Boicho Kokinov (Sofia), Conscious and Unconscious Processes in Decision Making and Analogy Making
Alfred Mele (Tallahassee, Florida), Intentionality and Responsibility (tentative)
Albert Newen (Bochum), Theory of Mind Abilities: The developmental paradox and its solution
Joëlle Proust (Paris), On the variety of epistemic norms in practical and theoretical reasoning (tentative)
Douglas Walton (Windsor), Intentions, Commitments, and Inferences (tentative)
Ronald de Sousa (Toronto), Reasoning and Emotion in the Light of the Dual Processing Model of Cognition
Mark Keane (Dublin), Models of Analogy: What Are They Good For?
Xabier Arrazola (ILCLI, Donostia), Mikel Haranburu (ILCLI, Donostia), Aitor Izagirre (ILCLI, Donostia), Luis A. Pérez (ILCLI, Donostia), Jose Valencia (UPV/EHU, Donostia), Sagrario Yarnoz (ILCLI, Donostia).
Bruno Bara (Torino), Cédric Brun (Bordeaux), Angeles Eraña (México), Jesús Ezquerro (Donostia), Kepa Korta (Donostia), Lorena Gil de Montes (Donostia), Jesus M. Larrazabal (Chair, Donostia), Esther Mondragon (London), Carlos Moya (Valencia), Diana Pérez (Buenos Aires), Stuart Silvers (Clemson)
Deadline for contributed papers: September 5, 2012.
Deadline for the Special Graduate Session Contributed Papers: September 3, 2012.
Deadline for early bird registration: October 9, 2012. General: 120 euro; students: 60 euro.
Prof. Jesus M. Larrazabal, Programme Committee (email@example.com)
Mr. Aitor Izagirre, Graduate Special Session (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ms. Juncal Araquistain, Registration (email@example.com)
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