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MindGrad 2010

All talks will take place in Room MS.04, which is on the second floor of the Mathematics and Statistics building.

Conference Programme

Saturday 4th December
9:30–9:55 Registration (in the atrium of the Maths Building)
9:55–10:00 Opening of MindGrad
10:00–11:30 Kranti Saran (Harvard)
‘Must All Bodily Sensations Feel to be Located on the Body?’
Respondent: Matthew Soteriou
Chair: Yasmin Bassi
11:30–12:00 Coffee
12:00–1:30 Melanie Rosen (Macquarie, Sydney)
‘Dreaming Vicariously’
Respondent: Rory Madden (UCL)
Chair: Kevin Lynch
1:30–2:30 Lunch (in the atrium)
2:30–4:00 Tom McClelland (Sussex)
‘Consciousness, Ignorance and the Explanatory Gap’
Respondent: Naomi Eilan
Chair: Keith Wilson
4:00–4:30 Coffee
4:30–6:00 Fred Dretske (Duke)
‘I Think I Think, Therefore I Am… I Think’
Respondent: Barnaby Walker
Chair: Quassim Cassam
Conference dinner at Scarman, University of Warwick

Sunday 5th December
10:00–11:30 Gabriel Rabin (UCLA)
‘Conceptual Mastery and the Knowledge Argument’
Respondent: Bill Brewer
Chair: Wesley Chai
11:30–12:00 Coffee
12:00–1:30 Keith Wilson (Warwick)
‘The Sound of Silence’
Respondent: Johannes Roessler
Chair: Adam Wills
1:30–2:30 Lunch (in the atrium)
2:30–4:00 Olley Pearson (Durham)
‘Rationality and I’
Respondent: Hemdat Lerman
Chair: Barnaby Walker
4:00–4:30 Coffee
4:30–6:00 David Papineau (King's College London)
‘Can We Really See A Million Colours?’
Respondent: Shogo Shimizu
Chair: David Smith
6:00 Closing MindGrad
6:30pm Post-conference drinks at The Dirty Duck