Perception and Knowledge
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Perception and Knowledge is the fourth event of the workshop series Mind Knowledge! These workshops are held annually at the philosophy department at the University of Graz, Austria and are devoted to topics at the interface of epistemology and the philosophy of mind.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
14:00-15:00 Nenad MISCEVIC (Maribor/Budapest): Perceiving Color – Epistemology of Response-dependence
15:10–16:10 Maja SPENER (Antwerpen/Oxford): Perception and Abilities
17:00–18:00 Martina FÜRST (Graz): Why Phenomenal Concepts Are Not Special Cases of Perceptual Concepts
18:10–19:10 Brian MCLAUGHLIN (Rutgers): Apparent Properties, Perceptual Constancy, and the Inverse Optics Problem
Friday, October 12, 2012
10:00–11:00 Marian DAVID (Graz): Perception and Propositional Justification
11:10–12:10 Guido MELCHIOR (Rutgers/Graz): Experiencing and Knowing from Two Perspectives
14:00–15:00 Eva SCHMIDT (Saarland): What's so Special about Perceptual Experience?
15:10–16:10 Leopold STUBENBERG (Notre Dame): Russell's "Under the Hat" Account of Perception
17:00–18:00 Susanna SCHELLENBERG (Rutgers): Perceptual Evidence
18:30–19:30 Keith LEHRER (Arizona)/Karen IVY (Dance artist & educator NYU): Perception, Knowledge and Exemplar Representation
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