SOCREAL 2013 will be held on 25 - 27 October 201 3 in Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
In the past two and a half decades, a number of attempts have been made in order to model various aspects of social interaction among agents including individual agents, organizations, and individuals representing organizations. The aim of SOCREAL Workshop is to bring together researchers working on diverse aspects of such interaction in logic, philosophy, ethics, computer science, cognitive science and related fields in order to share issues, ideas, techniques, and results.
SOCREAL 2013 will consist of lectures by invited speakers and presentations of submitted papers. Researchers from various fields, including logic, philosophy, ethics, computer science, cognitive science are hereby invited to submit an extended abstract (up to two thousand words) by 24 June 2013 both to CAEP (firstname.lastname@example.org) and to email@example.com. Each abstract will be peer-reviewed by the program committee.
The abstract should be written in English and sent as an attachment in pdf format. Each abstract should include a title, names and contact details of all the authors. It is requisite for at least one of the author(s) of each accepted paper to attend the workshop and present the paper. The working language of SOCREAL Workshop is English.
IMPORTANT DATES [Updated]
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts (Extended): 24 June 2013
Notification of Acceptance: 22 July 2013
Deadline for Grant Application: 10 September 2013
Workshop: 25-27 October 2013
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to
* language (or communication) as part of social reality,
* speech acts (or communicative acts) as what shape social reality,
* (moral) commitments (and conflicts) in social interaction,
* logic and game theory as tools for studying social reality,
* (organized) collective agency,
* norms and normative systems,
* social institutional facts and their dynamics,
* social choice,
* rationality in social interaction.
Further information will be made available shortly at the workshop website at: