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MindGrad 2018: Perception and Perceptual Knowledge


1st - 2nd December 2018, University of Warwick, UK

MindGrad 2018 is dedicated to the themes of Perception and Perceptual Knowledge. The two-days meeting will feature four talks from invited speakers and four talks from applying speakers with responses from faculty and graduate members of the Department of Philosophy of the University of Warwick.

Invited Speakers:
Bill Brewer (KCL), Alisa Mandrigin (Stirling), Louise Richardson (York), Paul Snowdon (UCL)

Info and registration:
Check out the MindGrad 2018 website for further deails.


Saturday 1st of December

Azenet Lopez, University of Miami:
No attention to objects without phenomenal consciousness of objects
Response: Hemdat Lerman

Alisa Mandrigin, University of Stirling:
The Where of Bodily Awareness
Response: Tristan Kreetz

Maximilian Tegtmeyer, University of Pittsburgh:
Objective Experience and Self-Consciousness
Response: Naomi Eilan

Bill Brewer, King’s College London:
Perception of Continued Existence Unperceived
Response: Maria Giovanna Corrado

Sunday 2nd of December

Paul Snowdon, University College London:
Knowledge of Perceptual Experience
Response: Giulia Luvisotto

Charles Goldhaber, University of Pittsburgh:
The Groundlessness of Skepticism
Response: Barney Walker

Louise Richardson, University of York:
Experiencing odours and pluralism about perception
Response: Jack Shardlow

Kathryn Nave, University of Edinburg:
Visual Experience in the Predictive Brain: Indeterminate, but not Probabilistic
Response: John Michael