Recent advances in psychology, neurobiology and cognitive science have created many ideas whose relevance for jurisprudence can be significant. It is our hope that a stimulating exchange of ideas between scholars from these empirical disciplines and legal scholars will generate new insights and develop further the ongoing debate in this field.
Abstract submission: 30 October, 2019
Paper acceptance: 5 November, 2019
The conference will cover the following topics (though papers on other related topics are also welcome):
– Neuroscience and psychology of imagination
– Frameworks for moral, ethical, and legal imagination
– Case studies showing ambiguities in moral and legal decision making
– The role of imagination in problem solving and decision-making
– Imagination and simulation
– Intuition and imagination
– Hermeneutics and cognitive science
– Evolutionary theories of imagination
Authors are invited to submit abstracts (1000 words) plus the references, prepared for blind review.
Submit via http://lawandmind.info