August 31, 2013 (Deadline) – Call for Papers for “Language and Symbol Use in the Twenty-First Century” Symposium
Call for Papers
“Language and Symbol Use in the Twenty-First Century”
A 2-Day Symposium Sponsored by the Institute of General Semantics
October 25-27, 2013
Submission Deadline: August 31, 2013
The Institute of General Semantics is sponsoring the 2-day symposium titled “Language and Symbol Use in the Twenty-First Century,” which will be hosted at The Princeton Club in New York City October 25-27, 2013. The symposium will feature the 61st Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture, which will be given by Terrence Deacon.
Send papers, proposals, and inquiries on this year’s theme, “Language and Symbol Use in the Twenty-First Century,” by August 31, 2013.
See the call for papers below for additional information.
Competition for the Hayakawa Book Prize is open to any book published in the past five years on topics and themes of direct relevance to the discipline of general semantics, including time-binding, abstraction, language, symbols, meaning, communication, media, perception, consciousness, epistemology, scientific method, etc.
The 61st Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture and 2-Day Symposium will be hosted at the Princeton Club in New York City from Friday, October 25th, until Sunday, October 27th, 2013.