|Event date||September 10, 2014 - September 13, 2014|
|Submission deadline||May 15, 2014|
|Location||Bloomington, Indiana, USA|
|Host(s)||Kirk Ludwig (Philosophy, Indiana University), Rob Goldstone (Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University)|
Collective Intentionality IX is an interdisciplinary conference encompassing philosophy, psychology, cognitive science, computer science, linguistics, anthropology, sociology, political science, law, and economics. We welcome submissions from any disciplines concerned with the study of collective intentionality. The program from the 2012 CI conference at Manchester is available here and from the 2010 conference at Basel here. Relevant topics include (but are not limited to): collective intention and action, collective or team reasoning, collective or distributed cognition, collective intelligence, collective belief, desire, commitment, responsibility, rationality, emotion, consciousness, attention, memory, decision-making, knowledge, norms and trust, as well as cooperation, competition, and related issues, and how these underpin social practices, organizations, institutions (including language, law, economics, politics) and social ontology. A list of invited speakers is available here (this will be updated until it is complete).
Conference dates: September 10-13, 2014.
Location: Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Deadline for submission: May 15th, 2014.
Notification: July 1st, 2014.
Format: A draft of the paper for presentation or a 1000 word abstract. Paper sessions will be thirty minutes including discussion.
Submission: Submission can be made online here through the Easychair system. Submission requires that you set up an Easychair account–if you don’t have one you can create one at the page above. This is easy and should take just a moment of your time. Contact the organizers if you have any difficulty. See also: CFP.
Refereeing: Submissions will be double-blind reviewed. Please prepare submissions for blind review and for submission in pdf format.
After review, a subset of submitted papers will be invited for oral presentation, and a second subset for presentation as posters.
Graduate students are encouraged to submit papers. There will be a Essay Prize for the best graduate student paper of $250 sponsored by the Society for Cognitive Science.
Information on registration is available here.
The conference is overseen by the ISOS and is supported by the College of Arts and Humanities Institute (CAHI), the Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Cognitive Science Society, the Philosophy Department, the Cognitive Science Program, the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, and the Department of Anthropology at Indiana University.