Much recent thinking about the mind and the brain in psychology, philosophy and neuroscience has been preoccupied with questions about boundaries — including those between mind and world, between individual agents, between mind and the rest of the body, between the neural and the psychological, and between different mental capacities (sensation and cognition, perception and action etc.). This interdisciplinary workshop will address some questions about the boundaries of the mind from the perspective of different disciplines, in the hope of obtaining a richer picture of the mind and its complexity.
Wednesday 13th November 2019
13.15 Tim Crane (Central European University) :The boundary between the conscious and the unconscious
15.00 Sarah Garfinkel (University of Sussex): Breaking the boundaries between hearts and minds
16.45 Giandomenico Ianetti (University College London/Italian Institute of Technology): Is there a boundary of peripersonal space?
Thursday 14th November 2019
9.00 Alexandria Boyle (University of Cambridge): The boundaries of memory
10.45 Katalin Farkas (Central European University): Embodied mind, extended mind
13.30 Barry C Smith (University of London): The boundaries of the senses
15.15 Alva Noë (University of California at Berkeley): Presence and entanglement