Cogsys

Cognitive Systems and the Extended Mind

a one-day conference
hosted by the
Institute of Cognitive Science
University of Osnabrueck

November 26, 2009

Speakers

Ken Aizawa (Centenary College of Louisiana)
Sam Coleman (University of Hertfordshire)
Zoe Drayson (University of Bristol)
Crystal L’Hôte (St. Michael’s College, VT)
Holger Lyre (University of Bielefeld)
Robert Rupert (University of Colorado at Boulder)
Mark Sprevak (King’s College, Cambridge)

Location

University of Osnabrueck
Campus Westerberg, 69/E15

Organization

Prof. Dr. Sven Walter
Institute of Cognitive Science
Albrechtstraße 28
D-49069 Osnabrueck, Germany
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Schedule

10.00-10.30 Robert Rupert (University of Colorado at Boulder)
“Précis of Cognitive Systems and the Extended Mind”
10.30-11.20 Ken Aizawa (Centenary College of Louisiana)
"Rupert’s Extended Cognition"
11.20-12.10 Crystal L’Hôte (St. Michael's College, VT)
"Vehicle-Externalism and Content-Externalism"
12.10-12.20 coffee break
12.20-1.10 Holger Lyre (University of Bielefeld)
"From Vehicle Externalism to Active Externalism"
1.10-2.00 lunch break
2.00-2.40 Sam Coleman (University of Hertfordshire)
“There is no Argument that the Mind Extends”
2.40-3.30 Mark Sprevak (King’s College, Cambridge)
"Getting Along Without a Demarcation Criterion"
3.30-3.40 coffee break
3.40-4.30 Zoe Drayson (University of Bristol)
“Functionalism and the Extended Mind”