CALL FOR PAPERS
INTERNATIONAL SYSTEMIC COLLOQUIUM
(the systemic-cybernetic approach and its application to the Quixote)
Villanueva de los Infantes
-the “place of la Mancha” which name Cervantes did not want to remember-
Campo de Montiel, Spain, from 28 June to 2 July, 2017
Offered by the Sociedad Española de Sistemas Generales (SESGE) in cooperation with the II Congreso Internacional América- Europa sobre los Valores del Quijote (IICAE17)
Given the role played by the theory and methodology of Systems and Cybernetics in the discovery of the Place of la Mancha in Cervantes’ novel Don Quixote, the Sociedad Española de Sistemas Generales (SESGE) (www.sesge.org) wants to invite all the systemic and cybernetician colleagues, interested o no on the Quixote, to present a communication at any of the two groups:
A) CURRENT SYSTEMS THEORY AND CYBERNETICS: PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES
B) SESSIONS ON THE NOVEL OF DON QUIXOTE AS A COMPLEX SYSTEM OF SENTENCES
*The venue is the “Casa de Espiritualidad de las Madres Siervas de Jesus”, 7 kms from Villanueva de los Infantes, situated in a countryside full of trees in contrast with the flat and dry land of la Mancha, on the same way used by don Quixote in the novel returning from Sierra Morena. There are gardens, a swimming pool, conference salon, a church and sports field. All the academic sessions will take place at this venue.
PAPERS: Communications may deal with any of the following matters:
• CURRENT SYSTEMS AND CYBERNETICS.
• THE QUIXOTE AS A SYSTEM.
Papers can be written and presented in English, French and Spanish. Nevertheless it is recommended to use Power Point presentations in English to improve communication between participants.
To attend the International Systemic Colloquium it is necessary to register for the II Congreso Internacional America-Europa sobre los Valores del Quijote (IICIAE17). Please see http://www.congresoamericaeuropa.org.
The registration fees are: 220 Euros
SPECIAL financial conditions for submittors of accepted papers!
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