Cognition

April 6, 2018 - April 7, 2018
School of Philosophy, Catholic University of America

Aquinas 201
620 Michigan Ave., N.E.
Washington, DC 20064
United States

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Sponsor(s):

  • Graduate Student Association

Keynote speakers:

Jonathan Buttaci
Catholic University of America
Alva Noë
University of California, Berkeley

Organisers:

Stanley Matthew Stolte
(unaffiliated)

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We invite any philosophical papers on the topic of cognition. We welcome a variety of approaches, including interpretations of the work of philosophers from ancient to modern, as well as strictly thematic inquiries on such issues as:

• the nature of consciousness, intentionality, and mental representation;

• the way we acquire and process information about the world;

• the connection between the mind and the world; • the way our cognitive process is justified;

• the phenomenology of cognition;

• the influence of science or natural philosophy on theories of cognition; 

• the place of emotions in cognition

Submit abstracts of 200-400 words as a PDF prepared for blind review

to cua.gradconference@gmail.com by 1 December 2017

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