Structure

  1. Structural Research Areas
    • Logic. Includes all topics having to do with formal logic, like the analysis of any kind of logical calculus and semantics, or history and philosophy of logic in general.
    • Cognitive Science. It is devoted to the analysis of cognitive processes from the viewpoints of psychology, artificial intelligence and philosophy.
    • Language and Communication. Its main concern is the analysis of language, particularly its semantic and pragmatic aspects within the frame of some general theories of information and communication.
    • Information, Social Action, and Symbolic Systems. Its main aim is to analyze systems of social action and the foundations of symbolic systems, as well as information flow from a multidisciplinary point of view.
  2. Units
    • Unit of Epistemology, Ethics and Social Philosophy. It is a philosophically oriented unit, devoted on the one hand to general epistemology, philosophy of mind, and social philosophy, and on the other hand to applied ethics.
    • Unit of Formal Methods for Language, Cognition and Action. Its aim is to improve research in Mathematics applied to Cognitive Science, Language Theory, Information Theory, and Action Systems.