Coximap

 

CoxiMAP: Mind, Action, and Perception I

hosted by the

Institute of Cognitive Science
University of Osnabrueck

April 1 – April 4, 2009

 

William James Lecture 2009: “Thinking with Feelings”, presented by Prof. Jesse Prinz (John J. Rogers Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

 

Graduate and Postgraduate Conference

Michael O’Sullivan (King’s College, London): Psychology and the Representational View of Perception
James Trafford (University of East London): Epistemic Physicalism and Perspicous Entailment
Alexandros Tillas (University of Bristol): How Do We Get Concepts?
David Kovacs (Erasmus College, Budapest): Subjects, Hosts and the Many-thinkers Problem
Bryony Pierce (University of Bristol): Psychological Consistency and the Knobe Effect
Rebekka Hufendiek (Humboldt University, Berlin): What Does Jealousy Represent?
Felicitas Krämer (University of Duesseldorf): TBA

Location: University of Osnabrueck, Campus Westerberg, 66/E01

 

SCHEDULE

 

Wednesday,
April 1
Thursday,
April 2
Friday,
April 3
Saturday,
April 4
9 - 12 Jesse Prinz
Consciousness and Attention
Jesse Prinz
Emotions and Embodiment
Jesse Prinz
Morality and Emotions
 
 
 
 
 
12 -1 lunch lunch

 

 

1 - 1.30

 

 

opening
1.30 - 3 Michael O’Sullivan
(King’s College, London)
Psychology and the Representational Theory of Perception
David Kovacs
(Erasmus College, Budapest)
Subjects, Hosts, and the Many Thinkers Problem
Alexandros Tillas
(University of Bristol)
How Do We Get Concepts?
3 - 4.30 James Trafford
(University of East London)
Epistemic Physicalism and Perspicous Entailment
Bryony Pierce
(University of Bristol)
Psychological Consistency and the Knobe Effect
Rebekka Hufendiek
(Humboldt University, Berlin)
What Does Jealousy Represent?
4.30 - 5 break break break
5 - 8 Jesse Prinz
Concept Empiricism
Felicitas Krämer
(University of Duesseldorf)
Moral Emotions

Jesse Prinz
William James Lecture

Thinking With Feelings

 

All events are open to the public. Please register.

 

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