Cognitive Science

Keyword: Cognitive Science

News | Posted 14/11/2016
The Pragmatist Turn and Embodied Cognition: Habit and Experience at the crossroads between Pragmatism, Neurosciences, and Social Ontology

Keynote Speakers:

  • Vittorio Gallese (University of Parma)
  • Richard Menary (Macquarie University)
  • Daniel Hutto (University of Wollongong), TBC
  • Teed Rockwell (...
News | Posted 16/06/2016
Pragmatism, 4E cognitive science, and the sociality of human conduct

Call for participants

Pragmatism is receiving sustained attention in the cognitive science. Recent works have emphasized the proximities between embodied, enactive, extended, and embedded...

News | Posted 26/08/2015
EBICC 2015: 10th International Brazilian Meeting on Cognitive Science

The central theme of EBICC-2015 is Situated Embodied Cognition - Information and Autonomous Action, and focuses on questions concerning the role of the informational coupling between the cognitive...

Encyclopedia Article | Posted 18/02/2015
Fetzer, James: "Peirce and Propensities"

Peirce introduced a conception of probabilities as “would-be’s” that are intensional, dispositional, directly related to the long run, and indirectly related to the single case. The most adquate...

News | Posted 01/12/2014
Pragmatism and Embodied Cognitive Science

Keynote speaker:

  • Mark Johnson (University of Oregon)

Invited speakers:

  • Anthony Chemero (University of Cincinatti)
  • ...
Link | Posted 23/04/2014
Toronto Studies in Semiotics and Communication

Semiotics is an interpretative science that provides powerful analytical tools for the study of our perception of reality. In recognition of semiotics’ interdisciplinary nature, this series...

News | Posted 28/01/2014
Special Issue on Pragmatism and Cognitive Science

Special issue of Intellectica (60), Journal of the French Association for Cognitive Science, to be published. Guest Editor : Pierre STEINER, University of Compiègne/Sorbonne, France....

Encyclopedia Article | Posted 10/05/2013
Fetzer, James: "Thinking and Computing: Computers as Special Kinds of Signs"

Cognitive science has been dominated by the computational conception that cogniton is computation across representations. To the extent to which cognition is supposed to be a purposive, meaningful...