Leslie Marsh reports that (the uncorrected proofs of) these papers are now available here. (I just finished and submitted my proofs yesterday.) Leslie has a nice mix of papers from some of the usual suspects, like Adams, Aizawa, and Rupert, but also some new takes on the subject from some younger philosophers, such as Matt Barker, Zoe Drayson, Nivedita Gangopadhyay, and Georg Theiner.
Barker here and Sprevak (in a paper forthcoming in Studies in History and Philosophy of Science) both take a look at the philosophy of science of locating cognition. That's a twist on the debate I never saw coming.
Thanks for all your hard work in organizing this, Leslie!