CFP: Conference on Intentions
Submission deadline: October 17, 2014
December 10, 2014 - December 11, 2014
Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp
Topic: There are so many kinds of intentions: proximal, distal, immediate, prior, '-in-action', present-directed, future-directed, motor, etc. How are they connected to each other and what role do they play in the initiation of actions? This conference aims to explore how various concepts of intention can explain action and how they are related to some other mental states that are said to play a role in initiating and guiding actions, such as motor representations and, khm, pragmatic representations.
Confirmed speakers (more to be confirmed soon):
Al Mele (Florida State University)
Elisabeth Pacherie (Paris)
Neil Sinhababu (Singapore)
CFP: There are several slots reserved for contributed papers (no parallel sections). Only blinded submissions are accepted.
Length: 3000 words. Single spaced!
Deadline: October 17, 2014. Papers should be sent to [email protected]