How perception makes things available for thought

November 9, 2013
Rice University, The Senses Project at Rice

Humanities Building, Room 227
6100 S. Main St
Houston 77005
United States

Sponsor(s):

  • Mind & Perception Workshop, Humanities Research Center
  • Philosophy Department

Speakers:

Imogen Dickie
University of Toronto
Adam Pautz
University of Texas, Austin
Jeff Speaks
University of Notre Dame

Organisers:

Rice University (PhD)
Washington University in St. Louis

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Workshop: How Perception Makes Things Available for Thought

November 9, 2013

Department of Philosophy, Rice University

6100 S. Main St, Houston 77005

Humanities Building, Room 227

Schedule:

10a-12p: Imogen Dickie (Toronto), "How attentional links with objects enable 'that' thoughts"

12p-1:30p: lunch break

1:30p-3:30p: Adam Pautz (Texas), "How does consciousness ground thought?"

3:30p-4p: Coffee

4p-6p: Jeff Speaks (Notre Dame), "Perceptual content and the explanatory role of experience."

Please email Mike Barkasi at [email protected] to RSVP for complimentary lunch or for further information.  

Pre-Workshop meeting of the Mind & Perception Group:

Indrek Reiland (USC), "Experiences, Sensings, and Seemings"

Friday, November 8, 2013, 4-6pm, Humanities 227

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