Accuracy in Perception and Memory
- Université de Genève
- Universität zu Köln
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The question of how perception and memory accurately represent the world is a central one in philosophy of perception and philosophy of memory. While much work has been dedicated to exploring the nature of accurate representations in perception and memory individually, not much has been said about the relationship between perceptual and mnemonic accurate representations. Recent developments in the existing literature, which emphasize the existence of commonalities between the content and format of perceptual and mnemonic representations and the interdependence of the processes responsible for producing those representations, highlight some interesting points of contact between these two domains. The goal of this workshop is, therefore, to promote a more systematic discussion of the relationship between accuracy in perception and memory by bringing together philosophers of perception and philosophers of memory working on related issues.
Michael Barkasi (Washington University in Saint Louis)
Rebecca Copenhaver (Washington University in Saint Louis)
Gabriel Greenberg (University of California, Los Angeles)
Kevin J. Lande (York University)
Kristina Liefke (Ruhr Universität Bochum)
Adrienne Prettyman (Bryn Mawr College)
Sarah Robins (Purdue University)
Marya Schechtman (University of Illinois Chicago)
Arieh Schwartz (Ben Gurion University)
Farid Zahnoun (Université Catholique de Louvain / Universiteit Antwerpen)
The event is hosted by the Philosophy Graduate Program at the Universidade Federal de Goiás (PPGFil-UFG), Brazil, in partnership with the Université de Genève. It will be held online, from February 27-29, 2024. Schedule to be announced. The official time zone is the Brazilian Time Zone (UTC -3h).
Attendance is free but registration is required. For registration, please fill in the form at: https://forms.gle/o67Ci5kofLuhum4a9. For more information, please contact José Carlos Camillo at [email protected].
Organizers: José Carlos Camillo (UFG), André Sant’Anna (Université de Genève), Guilherme Ghisoni da Silva (UFG).
February 26, 2024, 11:45pm UTC