Extended Cognition and Epistemology

June 6, 2012 - June 7, 2012
Eindhoven University of Technology

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Fred Adams
University of Delaware
Kenneth Aizawa
Centenary College of Louisiana
Evan Butts
University of Geneva
Ronald Giere
University of Minnesota
Sanford Goldberg
Northwestern University
Adam Green
University of Innsbruck
Stephen Hetherington
University of New South Wales
Michael Kirchhoff
Macquarie University
Paul Loader
University of Sussex
Richard Menary
Macquarie University
Will Newsome
Macquarie University
Tom Roberts
University of Exeter
University of Exeter

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Aim: The purpose of the conference is to examine the impact of extended cognition on epistemology. Papers presented at the conference have gone through peer-review already, for an upcoming special issue of Philosophical Explorations on the topic of “Extended Cognition and Epistemology” (guest-edited by Andy Clark, Duncan Pritchard and Krist Vaesen).


  • The organizers of the conference sincerely regret the gender imbalance in the list of contributors. They admit that they should have, before the list of contributions became final, taken more proactive measures to guarantee a better gender balance in the special issue/conference line-up.
  • Participants may combine their visit with a visit to the 2012 Episteme conference, which is organized by our colleagues of Delft University of Technology, right after our conference, namely 8-10 June, in Den Haag, the Netherlands.

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