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FRIAS Lunch Lecture Series | | Models and Modelling in Linguistics

Models and Modelling in Linguistics
Wann 06.02.2020
von 12:00 bis 13:00
Wo HS 1009, KG I, Universität Freiburg
Name
Teilnehmer (Dr. Blumenthal Dramé, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)
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Referent/Referentin:
Dr. Blumenthal Dramé (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)

Termin:
Donnerstag, 06.02.2020, 12:00 Uhr - 13:00 Uhr

Ort:
HS 1009, KG I, Universität Freiburg

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Ausführliche Beschreibung:

Many popular models of language purport to represent the workings of the mind in at least some indirect sense. Interestingly, many of the models which strive for such “cognitive realism” have put forward claims which are mutually incompatible. This talk will explore the extent to which functional imaging research can help us adjudicate between competing models of language in the mind. Against this background, it will discuss what the notion of “cognitive realism” actually means and will also warn against exaggerated expectations and blind confidence in (what is often considered to be) “hard facts”.

 
 


Interne Verantwortlichkeit:
FRIAS Allgemeiner Geschäftsbetrieb

Kontaktperson:
Name: Verena Schröter
E-Mail: verena.schroeter@frias.uni-freiburg.de

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Many popular models of language purport to represent the workings of the mind in at least some indirect sense. Interestingly, many of the models which strive for such “cognitive realism” have put forward claims which are mutually incompatible. This talk will explore the extent to which functional imaging research can help us adjudicate between competing models of language in the mind. Against this background, it will discuss what the notion of “cognitive realism” actually means and will also warn against exaggerated expectations and blind confidence in (what is often considered to be) “hard facts”.

 
 
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