Our sense of agency and ability to distinguish between intentional and accidental actions are fundamental for social interaction. They allow us to plan and perform joint actions and assign responsibility for our own actions and those of others. Research on the nature of agency and intentions has been very fruitful over the last few decades in philosophy, psychology, and linguistics. However, interdisciplinary discussion has rarely taken place.
We are delighted to announce the third interdisciplinary workshop on Agency and Intentions in Language (AIL3). The goal of the workshop is to bring together scholars in linguistics, philosophy, and psychology interested in questions related to agency and intentions, broadly construed. Please consider submitting your work (see Call for Papers), or attending the workshop, to advance the scholarly understanding of ideas central to multiple academic disciplines.
AIL3 will take place online via Zoom. Links will be sent to registered participants and announced here. The workshop sessions will all be live and not recorded, so please make sure to save the dates to attend.
For any question, please contact Julie Goncharov.
- Alfred Mele (Florida State University)
- Carlotta Pavese (Cornell University)
- Heidi Harley (University of Arizona) and Raffaella Folli (Ulster University)
- Daniel Skibra (University of Konstanz)
- January 5, 2023 – deadline for abstract submission.
- end of January 2023 – notification of acceptance.
- March 8 – 10, 2023 – workshop: 9h – 13h New York time or 15h – 19h Berlin time