The CEU-Rutgers MIND Workshop, a common initiative of both institutions’ departments of philosophy, is meant as the first in a series of annual events, alternating between CEU and Rutgers. Building on the shared and complementing strengths of both institutions, it will provide our faculty and students working on the philosophy of mind with an opportunity to present and discuss their recent research in the area. The workshops will also include presentations by people from Cognitive Science with relevant work.
The workshop is live-streamed at https://videosquare.ceu.edu/en/live/view/72,N15_103.
Friday, 6 January
|10:00–11:20||Howard Robinson: Semantic Direct Realism and the Sense-datum Theory|
|11:40–13:00||Frances Egan: The Contents of Perceptual Experience: A Deflationary Account|
|14:30–15:50||Kenneth Aizawa: Perception, Action, and Embodiment|
|16:10–17:30||Katalin Farkas: Extended Mind, Embodied Mind|
Saturday, 7 January
|10:00–11:20||Katalin Balog: Zombies, Illuminati and Metaphysical Gridlock|
|11:40–13:00||David Bitter: Two Dogmas of the Cognitive-Penetrability Debate|
|14:30–15:50||Tim Crane: Mind, Body, Person and Self|
|16:10–17:30||Johannes Mahr: What is Episodic Memory and what is Its Function?|
|17:45–19:05||Barry Loewer: The Consequence Argument Meets the Mentaculus|