Photo credit: Craig French

Photo credit: Craig French

In August 2015 a pilot meeting, sponsored by the AHRC Science in Culture's Rethinking the Senses project, was organised to take the first step towards establishing a network of early career researchers working in the philosophy of mind currently based in or visiting the UK.

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)


Tuesday, 4th August 2015

Chair: Alisa Mandrigin

14:00-15:00: Ema Sullivan-Bissett: Unimpaired Abduction to Alien Abduction: Lessons on Delusion Formation

15:00-16:00: Sam Wilkinson: The Role of Inner Speech in Self-Knowledge

16:00-16:30: Break

Chair: Craig French

16:30-17:30: Tom Mcclelland: What can theories of consciousness tell us about the admissible contents of experience?

17:30-18:30: Hemdat Lerman: On the fine-graininess of the ways things are presented in experience

Wednesday, 5th August 2015

Chair: Léa Salje

09:30-10:30: Tom Roberts: Affective Perception

10:30-11:00: Break

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

12:00-13:00: Keith Wilson: Two Senses of Smell

13:00-14:00: Lunch

14:00-15:00: Daniel Morgan: Indexical Thought and Action

15:00 - 16:00: Chiara Brozzo: Against Dual Theories of Intention