Mathematics and Statistics, University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
- The Mind Association
- The Aristotelian Society
- Mind and Language
- The Analysis Trust
- Warwick Philosophy Department
- Warwick Careers and Skills
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MindGrad is the premier UK graduate conference for philosophers of mind and attracts graduate students from all over the world. This year's keynote talks will be given by John Campbell (Berkeley) and Katalin Farkas (Central European University), with responses to graduate papers given by members of Warwick's Department of Philosophy. Our line-up of speakers and respondents is below.
If you'd like to register to attend the conference then please follow the link to our registration page, where you can also register for the three-course conference dinner, which will take place on Saturday 7th. The cost of registration for the conference is £5 for the first 30 registrants and £20 thereafter. The cost of the conference dinner is £27.25.
This year, we are able to offer to prospective delegates a limited amount of accommodation with graduate students at the department. We must emphasise that accommodation is limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please contact us at [email protected] if you'd like to take us up on that offer.
Saturday Dec. 7th
9:30 Arrival and registration
9:50 Conference opens
10:00 Barnaby Walker (Warwick)- “Guessing”
(response by Quassim Cassam)
12:00 Gregor Hochstetter (Tübingen)- “Attention and bodily awareness”
(response by Thomas Crowther)
13:30 Lunch and coffee
14:30 Denis Bühler (UCLA)- “Incomplete understanding of complex numbers”
(response by Guy Longworth)
16:30 Prof. Katalin Farkas (CEU)- “Varieties of self-knowledge”
(response by Roberta Locatelli)
19:00 Conference Dinner
Sunday Dec. 8th
10:00 Sophie Stammers (KCL)- “Why cognitive science alone cannot eliminate free will and moral responsibility”
(response by Naomi Eilan)
12:00 Dominic Alford-Duguid (Toronto)- “Attention to properties and reference to objects”
(response by Hemdat Lerman)
14:30 Matti Heinonen (Helsinki)- “Analogical thinking about group agents”
(response by Stephen Butterfill)
16:30 Prof. John Campbell (Berkeley)-“ Berkeley’s puzzle revisited”
(response by Ivan Ivanov)
18:30 Conference closes
This is a student event (e.g. a graduate conference).
December 2, 2013, 9:00am BST
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