18 MAY 2020 - 30 MAY 2020
CORPUS FORTNIGHT | X-PHI CONFERENCE
Two weeks of talks exploring
the use of corpus methods in philosophy.
Join us for some of the talks or all,
whatever works for your schedule!
All talks on Zoom at 3:00pm (EDT) / 7:00pm (GMT)
Email for Zoom details
18 May: Justin Sytsma, Roland Bluhm, Pascale Willemsen, and Kevin Reuter, "Causal Attributions and Corpus Analysis"
19 May: Mark Alfano, "Automated psycholinguistic analysis of the Anglophone manosphere"
20 May: Nat Hansen, J.D. Porter, and Kathryn Francis, "A Corpus Study of 'Know'"
21 May: Christophe Malaterre, Jean-François Chartier and Francis Lareau, "The Recipes of Philosophy of Science: Topic-Modeling and Associative Rules"
22 May: Kevin Reuter, Pascale Willemsen, and Lucien Baumgartner, "Tracing Thick Concepts Through Corpora"
23 May: Joe Ulatowski, "Is That a Fact?"
24 May: Shaun Nichols, "Corpora and the Evidence Available to Learners"
25 May: Rachel Dudley, Meredith Rowe, Valentine Hacquard & Jeffrey Lidz, "The difficulty of knowing: using corpus analyses to understand linguistic development"
26 May: Colin Allen, "Topics or Contexts? Interpretive Strategies for the Variability of Topic Models"
27 May: Eugen Fischer and J. Sytsma, "Word Frequencies and Zombie Intuitions"
28 May: Jean Guy Meunier, "Modeling computer-assisted conceptual analysis in texts (CACAT)"
29 May: Louis Chartrand, Kelly Barr, Filippo Vindrola, Daniel Wilkenfeld, Colin Allen, and Edouard Machery, "Universality and Variation in Folk Epistemology"
30 May: Jen Cole Wright, "Using CHILDES to Explore Early Moral Language (and More!)"
31 May: Zoom social hour