Louis Chartrand

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Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh.

His work aims at exploiting text mining tools to model knowledge formation and evolution for the purpose of conceptual analysis.

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Representative Publications:

Chartrand, L., Meunier, J.-G., Chartier, J.-F., Pulizzotto, D., López González, J. A., Livadaru, A., Un algorithme pour extraire les segments qui expriment un concept – premières expérimentations, in Hébert, L. (ed.), Applied Semantics, Special Issue: Applied Semiotics, Applicable Semiotics: New Methods / Sémantiques appliquées, numéro spécial : Sémiotique appliquée, sémiotique applicable: nouvelles méthodes, n°26, 2018, p. 108-124.

Chartier, J.-F., Pulizzotto, D., Chartrand, L. et Meunier, J.-G, A Data-Driven Computational Semiotics: The Semantic Vector Space of Magritte’s Artworks, Semiotica, Special issue on Meaningful Data.

Chartrand, L., Agencéité et responsabilité des agents artificiels dans un monde de connaissances, Éthique publique, vol.19, n°2, 2017.

Chartrand, L., Cheung, J., Bouguessa, M., Detecting Large Concept Extensions, International Conference on Machine Learning and Data Mining in Pattern Recognition, 2017.

Chartrand, L., Meunier, J.-G., Peindre Magritte avec des mots: analyse conceptuelle dans l’œuvre de Magritte à l’aide d’un corpus de descripteurs sémiotiques, Cahiers de l'ISC, n°5, 2015.


David Rose

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McDonnell Postdoctoral Fellow in the Philosophy, Neuroscience and Psychology Program at Washington University, St. Louis.

He currently works on issues at the intersection of cognitive science and metaphysics and cognitive science and epistemology.

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Rose, D. (2017). Folk Intuitions of Actual Causation: A Two-Pronged Debunking Explanation. Philosophical Studies 174, 1323-1361.

Rose, D., Schaffer, J. (2017). Folk Mereology is Teleological. Noûs 51, 238-270.

Rose, D., Buckwalter, W., & Nichols, S. (2017). Neuroscientific Prediction and the
Intrusion of Intuitive Metaphysics. Cognitive Science 41(2), 482-502.

Rose, D. (2105). Belief is Prior to Knowledge. Episteme 12, 385-399.

Rose, D. (2015). Persistence Through Function Preservation. Synthese 192, 97-146.