International Symposium on Alternatives, Belief, and Action

November 14, 2012 - November 16, 2012
Faculty of Philosophy and Education, University of Valencia

Sala de Graus
30, Blasco Ibáñez Av.
Valencia 46010
Spain

Main speakers:

Maria Alvarez
King's College London
Marist College
John Martin Fischer
University of California, Riverside
Christopher Hookway
University of Sheffield
Neil Levy
Oxford Centre for Neuroethics
Macquarie University
Constantine Sandis
Oxford Brookes University
George Sher
Rice University
Helen Steward
University of Leeds

Organisers:

Carlos Moya
University of Valencia
Sergi Rosell
University of Sheffield

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The symposium emerges from a research project with the same title, currently run by philosophers who belong to the University of Valencia but also some who work at universities in the UK. In the meeting, the three general topics of alternatives, belief, and action will be addressed, mostly by means of exploring their connections. A first symposium was organized in 2008 in Valencia under the heading of International Symposium on Belief, Responsibility, and Action.

The symposium will consist of eight sessions, two in the morning and two in the afternoon/evening each day. The structure of each session will be the following: invited lecture (45-50 minutes), comment (10-15 minutes) and general discussion. The whole session is intended to take about 110-115 minutes.

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