CFP: Cognitive Phenomenology

Submission deadline: February 14, 2019

Conference date(s):
July 8, 2019 - July 17, 2019

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Conference Venue:

Summer University Program, Central European University
Budapest, Hungary

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We invite applications from MA and Ph.D. students, recent graduates, lecturers, and tenure-track (and tenured) faculty. Participants are expected to have a solid background in philosophy.  A Ph.D. or MA (finished, or in progress) is preferred.  Established faculty and post-docs are also most welcome.

Topics to be covered in the course include: arguments for the existence of cognitive phenomenology; skepticism about cognitive phenomenology; the significance of cognitive phenomenology; the integration of cognitive experience with sensory experience; the relation of thought experience to the experience of belief, desire, hope, etc.; the temporality of thought; the epistemic role of consciousness; the epistemic and rational roles of cognitive experience; the problem of unconscious thought; mainstream externalism about mental content; singular thought; the “Phenomenal Intentionality” research program; and the relation of current work in analytic phenomenology to traditional, Husserlian  Phenomenology.

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