Philosophy of emotions

December 7, 2019
Philosophy Program, CUNY Graduate Center

5307
365, 5th avenue
New York 10016
United States

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2nd CUNY Philosophy of Emotion Workshop   

Saturday, December 7

CUNY, Graduate Center, Room 5307  

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  The City University of New York, Graduate Center, is hosting its second Emotion Workshop. This semester, we are profiling the work of local scholars and visitors to New York.  Topics relate to mind, social philosophy, epistemology, aesthetics, experimental philosophy, and psychology.     The workshop will be 1 day long.  Participants should not feel obligated to attend every session, but we do ask you to RSVP (this is to make sure everyone is allowed Saturday building access).   If you think there is a chance you will join us for any part of the day, please send your name to Sarah Arnaud, postdoc in the Philosophy Program and co-organizer: sarnaud@gc.cuny.edu


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10:00-10:15 Introduction


10:15-11:00 Jesse Prinz (CUNY, Philosophy), “Are emotions socially constructed?"

11:00-11:15 Break

11:15-12:00 Rodrigo Díaz (Bern, Philosophy), “Folk emotion concepts”

12:00-12:45 Juliette Vazard (NYU / Institut Jean Nicod, Paris / University of Geneva), “Epistemic anxiety"

12:45-2:15 Break (lunch)

2:15-3:00 S. Arnaud & K. Pendoley (CUNY, Philosophy), “Intentionalism and the understanding of emotion experience”

3:00-3:15 Break

3:15-4:00 Jonathan Gilmore (CUNY, Philosophy), "Emotion, absorption, and experiential imagining"

4:00-4:45 Jordan Wylie (CUNY, Psychology), "Investigating the influences of emotion on object recognition"

4:45-6:00 Reception  

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December 6, 2019, 9:00am EST

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