PHICS: Graduate Student Conference on Philosophy and Cognitive Science. (PHICS)
Venue: Carleton University
|Event Date/Time: Sep 28, 2001||End Date/Time: Sep 30, 2001|
|Paper Submission Date: May 01, 2001|
Philosophy of Language, and Cognitive Science.
Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
September 28 to 30, 2001.
WHAT IS PHICS?
The PHICS Conference (Philosophy and Cognitive Science) is aimed
at bringing students from the Philosophy of Mind and the Philosophy
of Language together with students in the other cognitive sciences
to foster cross-disciplinary discussion and debate. PHICS is
organized jointly by graduate students in Carleton's departments
of Philosophy and Cognitive Science, and will include a number
of refereed contributions from graduate (and undergraduate)
students in addition to an address by a keynote speaker (TBA)
and a mini-symposium on the relevance of Kant to Cognitive Science
and contemporary Philosophy of Mind.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Submissions are welcome from all areas of cognitive science,
the philosophy of mind, the philosophy of language, and the
history of philosophy and cognitive science. In particular,
we would like to encourage submissions that cross the traditional
disciplinary boundaries to report or comment on recent theoretical
or experimental results. All submissions will be subject to
a blind review process, and the proceedings of the conference
will be published in PDF format on the conference web site.
The deadline for submissions is May 1, 2001. Although PHICS
is primarily intended for graduate students, submissions from
undergraduates will also be considered.
For more details about the conference, the program, and submission
requirements please see the conference web site at: