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Hutto & Myin are going to present and discuss their forthcoming new book “Radicalizing Enactivism. Basic Minds without Content” (MIT Press 2013). The manuscript will be available for participants upon request by email to [email protected] The preface can be downloaded at http://herts.academia.edu/DanielDHutto/Books.
09.30-10.45 Dan Hutto & Erik Myin: Enactivism RECtified
11.15-12.30 Dan Hutto & Erik Myin: The Reach of REC
12.30-13.00 Victor Loughlin (Antwerp): Dispatches from the sensorimotor frontier: the Radical Enactive defense
14.30-15.45 Dan Hutto & Erik Myin: The Hard Problem of Content
16.15-16.45 Patrizia Pecl (Berlin): How radical is normal enactivism?
16.45-17.15 Michael Madary (Mainz): A defense of maximally minimal intellectualism
09.30-10.45 Dan Hutto & Erik Myin: CIC kicking back
11.15-11.45 Michael Schmitz (Konstanz): In defense of nonconceptual intentional content
11.45-12.15 Martin Weichold (Göttingen): Content in Action. Towards an enactivist notion of content
13.45-15.00 Dan Hutto & Erik Myin: Extensive Minds
15.30-16.00 David Silverman (Johns Hopkins): Enactivism, radical and sensorimotor
16.00-16.30 Marius Bartmann (Bonn): The dialectic of knowing how and knowing that. Enactivism in late Wittgenstein
09.30-10.45 Dan Hutto & Erik Myin: Regaining Consciousness
11.15-11.45 Jenni Salmela (Aarhus): The Content of Imagination within narrative engagements
11.45-12.15 Zuzanna Rucinska (Hertfordshire): Is there content to pretence or only pretend content?
12.15-12.45 Marc Slors (Nijmegen): Going wide while staying in: the trouble with supervenience