Attendance is free. Applications are now closed.
The full programme and book of abstracts are accessible here:
CALL FOR PAPERS
We welcome presentation proposals on the following topics:
- assertion and its norm(s)
- assertion and its social effects
- assertion and truth
- assertion and conversational dynamics
- assertion and testimony
- assertion and epistemic contextualism
- assertion and epistemic injustice
- assertion and its relation to other speech acts
- assertion and mitigation/reinforcement
- assertion, presupposition and implicature
- insincerity, lying and misleading
Abstracts (between 400 and 600 words long, references included) should be prepared for blind review and sent to <email@example.com> before August 31, 2017. Acceptance will be notified by September 17.
The workshop will take place at the the University of Trieste, in the Sala Atti 'Arduino Agnelli', in via Androna Campo Marzio 10, Trieste.
The venue (Department of Humanities)