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Actions: the Mental and the Bodily (Conference)

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Location: MS.04, Zeeman Building, University of Warwick

Saturday 6th July

0900-0945

Registration

0945-1000

Opening Remarks

1000-1115

Tom Crowther (Warwick) -  ‘Dreams, Imagination and the First Person’

1115-1145

Refreshments (provided)

1145-1300

Tom McClelland (Warwick) - ‘Attention and Attendabilia: An Affordance-Based Account of Acts of Attention’

1300-1400

Lunch (provided)

1400-1600

Short Talk Session 1 (Chair, Michael Brent)

· Nicolas Alzetta (Antwerp) ‘Attention Skill and Knowledge’

· Chiara Brozzo (Tubingen) ‘A Minimal Hierarchical Theory of Bodily Action’

· Sam Wilkinson (Exeter) and Max Jones (Bristol) ‘Can the Predictive Processing Framework Explain the Mental Act of Imagining?’

· Sophie Keeling (Edinburgh) ‘Agency and Self-Awareness’

1600-1630

Refreshments (provided)

1630-1800

Kath Bicknell (Macquarie) & Wayne Christensen (Warwick) - ‘Cognition, Collaboration, and the Highly Context-sensitive Nature of Affordances’

19:30+

Conference Dinner at Radcliffe (on campus)

Sunday 7th July

10.00-11.15

Lucy Campbell (Warwick) ‘Mental Action and Practical Knowledge’

11.15-11.45

Refreshments (provided)

11.45-12.45

Short Talk Session 2 (Chair: Robyn Waller)

· Lilian O’Brien (Helsinki) ‘Control and Attributability’

· Juan Pablo Bermudez (Externado University of Colombia) ‘The Upside of Mental Effort’

12.45-13.45

Lunch (provided)

13.45-15.15

Lucy O’Brien (UCL) & Matt Soteriou (KCL) ‘Still and Silent Soliloquy’

15.15-15.45

Refreshments (provided)

15.45-16.45

Short Talk Session 3 (Chair: Robyn Waller)

· Antonia Peacocke (NYU) ‘Content Plurality in Mental Action’

· Yarran Hominh (Columbia) ‘Habitual Mental Action’

16.45-17.00

Closing Remarks

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