21.3451, Calls: Philosophy of Lang/France

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Subject: 21.3451, Calls: Philosophy of Lang/France

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Date: 29-Aug-2010
From: PIERRE FRATH < pierre.frath at univ-reims.fr >
Subject: Res per Nomen 3 : Reference and Consciousness

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Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2010 11:47:21
From: PIERRE FRATH [pierre.frath at univ-reims.fr]
Subject: Res per Nomen 3 : Reference and Consciousness

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Full Title: Res per Nomen 3 : Reference and  Consciousness 
Short Title: RPN3 

Date: 26-May-2011 - 28-May-2011
Location: Reims, France 
Contact Person: PIERRE FRATH
Meeting Email: pierre.frath at univ-reims.fr
Web Site: http://www.res-per-nomen.org 

Linguistic Field(s): Philosophy of Language 

Call Deadline: 30-Jan-2011 

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. 

Call For Papers

Paper should be submitted in Word format, 8 pages all-included, margins of 
2.5 cm, Garamond font size 12, except title (20) and subtitles (14), single 
spaced, no page numbers. Selected papers will be published as-is in the 
Proceedings. Authors are advised to put extra care into their camera-ready 
final versions.

There is no prelimanry abstract selection phase.

Papers may be submitted in French or in English.
See detailed information on conference website : http://www.res-per-

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