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LINGUIST List 21.3459

Mon Aug 30 2010

Confs: Philosophy of Lang/France

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        1.    Pierre Frath, Res per Nomen 3: Reference and Consciousness

Message 1: Res per Nomen 3: Reference and Consciousness
Date: 29-Aug-2010
From: Pierre Frath <pierre.frathuniv-reims.fr>
Subject: Res per Nomen 3: Reference and Consciousness
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Res per Nomen 3: Reference and Consciousness
Short Title: RPN3

Date: 26-May-2011 - 28-May-2011
Location: Reims, France
Contact: Pierre Frath
Contact Email: pierre.frathuniv-reims.fr
Meeting URL: http://www.res-per-nomen.org

Linguistic Field(s): Philosophy of Language

Meeting Description:

Res per nomen is a research programme within a Reims University research group,
CIRLEP, where linguists and philosophers jointly study the issue of reference in
language, i.e. the necessary link between discourse and our experience. The 1st
Res per nomen conference was held in May 2007 and took stock of reference in the
study of language. The 2nd Res per nomen conference in May 2009 developed the
notion that language should be tackled from a more anthropological point of
view. Both conferences produced high quality papers and books in French and in
English. (See Res per nomen publications on website). Res per nomen 3 will be
held in May 2011 and will take a special interest in reference in connexion with
consciousness, the ego, subjectivity and the speaking subject. All other aspects
of reference in language are most welcome too.

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