June 2-3, 2011
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Department of Philosophy
UAB. Casa Convalescència: http://www.fundaciouab.com/casa/ENG/galeria.asp?Id_CARPETA=1&Id_FOTO=62&offs
Perception, thought and action have traditionally been considered constitutively independent yet functionally related mental realms. Much recent work in the philosophy of mind has either emerged from, or has resulted in, questioning the independence of these three realms. In such work, perception is often more closely related to action, or thought is considered to be a variety of action. Some of these new developments focus on experiences in which time is a basic factor, such as in the experience of something moving or the experience of succession. However, there has also been certain resistance to some of these developments. Alternative, refined versions of the more traditional picture have been offered instead. The aim of this workshop is to bring together philosophers from both sides of this on-going debate.
- Christoph Hoerl (Warwick)
- Conor McHugh (Jean Nicod / Southampton)
- Ian Phillips (UCL/Oxford)
- Hanna Pickard (Oxford)
- Josep Lluís Prades (Girona)
- Susanna Schellenberg (ANU)
- Marta Vidal (UAB)
Further details will be circulated closer to the date.
Registration: For those wishing to attend the workshop, registration is appreciated. It’s free, and it helps our planning. To register send an email to email@example.com with “Registration” in the subject line.
The event is funded by the Spanish government via the research project FFI2008-06164-C02-02 and by the Catalan government via the consolidated research group GRECC, SGR2009-1528.