Physicalism and Phenomenal Concepts

December 2, 2011
Institute of Philosophy

Room 349, Senate House (third floor)
Malet Street
United Kingdom

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In conjunction with the University of Hertfordshire AHRC Phenomenal Qualities Project


9.30 Coffee and registration

10.00 Philip Goff (Liverpool)
There is no even vaguely plausible physicalist theory of phenomenal concepts

11.30 Erhan Demircioglu (Koc, Turkey)
At the Gates of Consciousness: Phenomenal Concepts and Physicalism

1.00 Lunch (own arrangements)

2.00 David Papineau (King's College London)
What the Phenomenal Concept Strategy is Not

3.30 Tea

4.00 Darragh Byrne (Birmingham)
Phenomenal Justification and the Intuition of Distinctness

5.30-6.30 Round Table with Speakers
Led by Paul Coates (Herts) and Sam Coleman (Herts)

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To register please email your name with “Phenomenal Concepts 2 Dec” as the subject header to [email protected]. In the message, please state your fees category (staff and students should indicate their department and/or course). Fees will be taken at the conference venue and you will only be contacted in advance if there is a query with your registration.

FEES (includes teas):

No charge: Current Faculty (full-time) and Students of University of London and University of Hertfordshire Philosophy Departments

£5: Other Students

£10: Other UK Philosophy Department members & Concession

£20: Standard

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December 2, 2011, 9:00am BST

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