Cognitive Science 200, Winter 1998
Fridays, 2:20 - 4:20, CSB 003
George Lakoff (UCB)
"How can the brain compute concepts?"
Srini Narayanan (ICSI)
"A dynamic model of metaphoric reasoning about events"
Gilles Fauconnier (UCSD)
"Conceptual Integration Networks"
Edwin Hutchins (UCSD)
"Conceptual Blending with Material Anchors"
Keith Holyoak (UCLA)
"Relational Reasoning in a Physical Symbol System"
Seana Coulson (UofArizona)
Arthur Markman (Columbia)
"Cognitive models of analogy, similarity, and metaphor"
Ray Gibbs (UCSC)
"Embodied Metaphor In Language, Thought, And Culture"
Douglas Hofstadter (Indiana University)
"At the Core of Human Creativity... "
Everyone is welcome. You need not be registered in the course to attend.
For further information and announcements:
If you want to be sure to obtain a schedule of speakers and topics for subsequent meetings, please subscribe to the cogsci "listserv" list email@example.com. To do so, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words "subscribe cs200" as the body of the message (the subject line is ignored). For help using listserv, type "help listserv" at the unix prompt.
For more information, please contact: Gilles Fauconnier
Cognitive Science, 0515
Students Taking CS 200 For Credit:
If you wish to obtain credit for CS 200, you must register "S/U". NO LETTER GRADES OTHER THAN S/U WILL BE ASSIGNED FOR THIS COURSE.
Any students who are taking the course for credit will be expected to participate in a weekly meeting every Friday from 12:20 - 1:50 (also in CSB 003), the first one to be held Fri., 1/9.
As well as participating in these meetings, registered students will be required to prepare a critical synopsis of one of the readings or talks, distribute it via e-mail, and present it to the student section.
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