Dates: January 8-11, 2013 at Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile
The Third International Conference of Logic, Argumentation and Critical Thinking is a new academic effort of our Centre to continue what began in January 2008 and continued in October 2010, the first and second Conferences respectively. Just as with the first two Conferences, which brought together researchers from Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Paraguay, Spain, The Netherlands, United States, and Uruguay, in this third Conference we are not only trying to deepen and update the production of knowledge in the fields that this conference covers, but we are also trying to contribute to a positive valuation of different proposals that develop critical thinking and promote well-reasoned social debate.This Conference, organized by the Centre for the Study of Argumentation and Reasoning (CEAR) of the Faculty of Psychology at Diego Portales University, aims to generate tools, approaches and solutions to apply in those fields in which the uses of reason is fundamental: communication, law, education, etc. We do not have an official theoretical position, choosing instead to value the diversity of angles and proposals. We invite those in the scientific international community working in the topics of the Conference to participate and share in the body of knowledge, experience and current challenges it represents.
Official languages of the Conference: Spanish and English.
- To learn about and spread the development and applications of logic, argumentation theory and critical thinking.
- To share tools and strategies to improve the processes of teaching in the realm of critical thinking.
- To stimulate academic and institutional exchanges.
Call for papers
The organizing committee invites proposal for papers in logic, informal logic, argumentation theory, rhetoric, critical thinking.
ABSTRACTS prepared for blind refereeing must be submitted electronically no later than September 30, 2012, to Cristián Santibáñez: email@example.com
Abstracts should be between 200 and 250 words long, in APA format.
Johan van Bentham
University of Amsterdam
Elvira Narvaja de Arnaux
University of Buenos Aires
University of Windsor
Conference Website: http://www.cear.udp.cl/conferencia/2012/index_en.html