Fourth European Symposium on Conceptual Change
Philosophical, Historical, Psychological and Educational Approaches
May 19-23, 2004. Delphi, Greece
The 4th meeting of the EARLI Special Interest Group on Conceptual Change took place at Delphi, Greece, May 19 to 23, 2004.
Venue was the European Cultural Center of Delphi (E.C.C.D.), conference faculty built near the archaeological Site and Museum of Delphi.
About two hundred people (professors, researchers and students) from twenty countries participated to this successful Symposium, which was organised by Cognitive Science and Educational Technology Laboratory of the University of Athens.
Picture on the right: The Charioteer
(Heniochos). The bronze statue was found at Delphi and originally belonged to a
larger group, which represented a chariot with four horses from which only small
fragments survived. Its height is 1.8m and is made up from six separate cast
parts. It was dedicated to Apollo by Polyzalos, tyrant of Gela, in 478 BC, after
he won the chariot-race at the Pythian Games. (Archaeological Museum Delphi)
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