from month 01/2014

Relationship Thinking

Nick Enfield -- ethnolinguist at the Max Planck institute for psycholinguistics (and contributor to ICCI) -- has published a new book, Relationship Thinking. Here's the blurb from Oxford University Press: In Relationship Thinking, N. J. Enfield outlines a framework for analyzing social ...

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This year’s Edge question

The new The Edge annual question, and the answers, are now online. The question was: "What scientific idea is ready for retirement?" Here are some answers that could be relevant to the ICCI crowd: Oliver Scott Curry Associationism N.J. Enfield A Science of Language Should Be ...

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Joint PhD degree in the cognitive science of religion

A new Doctoral programme in the cognitive the science of religion has been established by Aarhus University (Graduate School of Arts/Religion, Cognition and Culture Research Unit--see http://www.rcc.au.dk/) and Queen’s University, Belfast (School of History and Anthropology/Institute of ...

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Summer course on Morality: Evolutionary Origins and Cognitive Mechanisms, Budapest, June 2014.

The CEU Summer University announces the course: “Morality: Evolutionary Origins and Cognitive Mechanisms”, June 23-30, 2014, Budapest, Hungary . Application deadline: February 14, 2014. What makes humans moral beings? This question can be understood either as a proximate “how...

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Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Moral Psychology, Seoul, March 2014

A conference on "Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Moral Psychology" sponsored by Korea University and the Rutgers University Research Group on Evolution & Cognition will take place at the Korea University, Seoul, South Korea / 20th-22nd March 2014. Posters are invited from research...

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