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Early Career Mind Network

A two-day workshop

4th & 5th August 2015

Participants:

  • Chiara Brozzo (Antwerp)
  • Jennifer Corns (Glasgow)
  • Craig French (Cambridge)
  • Hemdat Lerman (Warwick)
  • Alisa Mandrigin (Warwick)
  • Tom Mcclelland (Manchester)
  • Daniel Morgan (UCL)
  • Tom Roberts (Exeter)
  • Léa Salje (Leeds)
  • Ema Sullivan-Bissett (Birmingham)
  • Sam Wilkinson (Durham)
  • Keith Wilson (Glasgow)
Attendance at the workshop is by invitation only.

To enquire about attending, please email A.Mandrigin@warwick.ac.uk

Sponsored by the Rethinking the Senses Project.


Provisional Schedule:

Tuesday, 4th August:

2:00pm - 3:00pm: Ema Sullivan-Bissett: Unimpaired Abduction to Alien Abduction: Lessons on Delusion Formation

3:00pm - 4:00pm: Sam Wilkinson: The Role of Inner Speech in Self-Knowledge

4:00pm - 4:30pm: Break

4:30pm - 5:30pm: Tom Mcclelland: What can theories of consciousness tell us about the admissible contents of experience?

5:30pm - 6:30pm: Hemdat Lerman: On the fine-graininess of the ways things are presented in experience

Wednesday, 5th August:

9:30am - 10:30am: Tom Roberts: Affective Perception

10:30am - 11.00am: Break

11:00am - 12 noon: Jennifer Corns: Hedonic Qualities

12 noon - 1:00pm: Keith Wilson: Two Senses of Smell

1:00pm - 2:00pm: Lunch

2:00pm - 3:00pm: Daniel Morgan: Indexical Thought and Action

3:00pm - 4:00pm: Chiara Brozzo: Against Dual Theories of Intention


Workshop rationale:

The purpose of this workshop is to take a first step towards establishing a network of early career researchers (ECRs) working in the philosophy of mind and currently based in or visiting the UK by providing a forum to share research in an informal and supportive environment. One of the aims in holding the workshop, and the rationale for making attendance of the event by invitation only, is to offer a platform for ECRs to present work in progress, giving them the opportunity to receive feedback while they are still in the process of thinking through ideas and refining arguments, thereby providing support to ECRs in developing and publishing their research.