Warwick Graduate Conference in the Philosophy of Mind
Saturday 4th–Sunday 5th December 2010
University of Warwick, UK
MindGrad is the premier UK graduate conference for graduate philosophers of mind, attracting students and leading academics from all over the world. This year, keynote addresses will be given by Fred Dretske and David Papineau, with responses to graduate papers from members of the Warwick philosophy department and invited guests. The full programme may be found here.
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Fred Dretske (Duke University)
‘I Think I Think, Therefore I Am… I Think’
David Papineau (King’s College London)
‘Can We Really See A Million Colours?’
Tom McCelland (Sussex)
‘Consciousness, Ignorance and the Explanatory Gap’
Kranti Saran (Harvard)
‘Must All Bodily Sensations Feel to be Located on the Body?’
Gabriel Rabin (UCLA)
‘Conceptual Mastery and the Knowledge Argument’
Melanie Rosen (Macquarie, Sydney)
Keith Wilson (Warwick)
‘The Sound of Silence’
Olley Pearson (Durham)
‘Rationality and I’
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