Conference on the representationalism vs. relationalism debate

May 12, 2014 - May 13, 2014
Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp


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Main speakers:

Bill Brewer
Kings College London
Craig French
Cambridge University
Kathrin Glüer
Stockholm University
Heather Logue
University of Leeds
Michael G. F. Martin
University College London
Brian McLaughlin
Rutgers University
Adam Pautz
University of Texas, Austin
Susanna Schellenberg
Rutgers University
Matthew Soteriou
University of Warwick

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Topic: Some say that perceptual states are representations. Others say they are not representations: they are relations to token objects. This conference aims to explore various ways in which the two sides of the debate could be reconciled. 
Confirmed speakers:
Bill Brewer (King's College, London)
Craig French (Cambridge)
Kathrin Gluer (Stockholm)
Heather Logue (Leeds)
M. G. F. Martin (University College London and UC Berkeley)
Brian McLaughglin (Rutgers)
Adam Pautz (University of Texas, Austin)
Susanna Schellenberg (Rutgers)
Matthew Soteriou (Warwick)

To register, please send an email to [email protected]. Registration fee is 100 Euros, which covers lunches, coffee and the conference dinner on the 12th. Deadline for registration is April 15.

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April 15, 2014, 5:00am CET

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