Warwick Graduate Conference in the Philosophy of Mind
Saturday 6 - Sunday 7 December 2008
University of Warwick, UK (Maths Building)
David Smith (Warwick)
Dan Cavedon-Taylor (Birkbeck)
'Photographic Knowledge as Displaced Perception'
Victor-Martin Aparicio (Barcelona)
'Rationalist Compositionality or Why We Should Not Want it Really Reversed'
Adrienne Prettyman (Toronto)
'Could I be a Zombie'
Richard Moore (Warwick)
'Meaning, Belief and Intentions to be Understood'
Sebastian Watzl (Columbia)
'The Experience of Attention'
Bryony Pierce (Bristol)
'Psychological Consistency and the Knobe Effect'
William McNeill (UCL)
'On Perceiving that Someone is Angry'
MindGrad 2008 is sponsored by The Analysis Trust, The Aristotelian Society and the Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick.
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