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Programme


Saturday December 6th

 
9.30 Registration (in the atrium of the Maths building)

9.55 Opening Mindgrad

10.00 Adrienne Prettyman (Toronto): 'Could I be a Zombie'

Response: Guy Longworth

 
11.30 Coffee

12.00 Richard Moore (Warwick): 'Meaning, Belief and Intentions to be Understood’

Response:Brian Ball (Oxford)

 
1.30 Lunch (in the atrium)

3.00 Victor-Martin Aparicio (Barcelona): ‘Rationalist Compositionality or Why We Should Not Want it Really Reversed’

Response: Michael Luntley


4.30 Coffee

5.00 Keynote: David Smith

7.30 Conference meal in Casa Valle, Leamington.

Sunday December 7th

 
10.00 Dan Cavedon-Taylor (Birkbeck): 'Photographic Knowledge as Displaced Perception’

Response: Hemdat Lerman


11.30 Coffee


12.00 Sebastian Watzl (Columbia): ‘The Experience of Attention’

Response: Bill Brewer

 
1.30 Lunch (in the atrium)

3.00 Bryony Pierce (Bristol): 'Psychological Consistency and the Knobe Effect'

Response: Steve Butterfill

4.30 Coffee
 
5.00
William McNeill (UCL): ‘On Perceiving that Someone is Angry’

Response: Johannes Roessler

6.30 Closing Mindgrad

 

Abstracts of all conference papers are also available online via PhilosophyWiki at:

http://philosophywiki.org/main/MindGrad_2008

You can use this web site to comment on or discuss papers with the authors and other attendees both during and after the conference, and as a tool to publicise and further your own research. PhilosophyWiki is a non-commercial service developed by the University of York for professional and graduate use.