sábado, 3 de setembro de 2011

CONFERENCE: ‘CONCEPTUAL CONTENT - HISTORY AND PROSPECTS’




TUESDAY 20TH AND WEDNESDAY 21ST SEPT. 2011 /

PETERHOUSE, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, U.K.




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* REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT 1300 (UK) ON THURS 8TH SEPT *
* ALL SPEAKERS NOW CONFIRMED *



Registration is open for the conference ‘Conceptual Content - History and Prospects’. The conference aims to bring together scholars working on the history of this topic with those at the forefront of the contemporary debate. To register, and for a preliminary schedule, please follow this link:
Conference Organisers: Prof. Tim Crane (Cambridge), Dr. Sacha Golob (Cambridge).

PLENARY SPEAKERS AND PAPER TITLES
Prof. Lucy Allais (Sussex/Wits) - The Role of Nonconceptual Content in Kant's Account of Cognition
Prof. Alex Byrne (MIT) - Perception and Belief
Prof. Hannah Ginsborg (Berkeley) - The 'concept' in 'Nonconceptual'
Dr. Sacha Golob (Cambridge) - Heidegger on Normativity and the Question of Content
Prof. Robert Hanna (Colorado) - What the Bat Saw
Dr. Peter Kail (Oxford) - Hume on Content
Prof. Sean D. Kelly (Harvard) - Heidegger, Kant and Conceptualism
Prof. Fiona Macpherson (Glasgow) - Cognitive Penetration and Nonconceptual Content
Dr. Joseph Schear (Oxford) - Husserl and Conceptualism


GRADUATE SPEAKERS AND PAPER TITLES
Sam Baird (Edinburgh) - Narrow Nonconceptual Content
Jacob Berger (CUNY) - Conceptualism, Perceptions, and Perceptual Sensations
Jonathan Cottrell (NYU) - Applying Ideas in ‘Propriety’ or ‘Exactness’: Hume on Normativity in Mental Representation
Marina Folescu (USC) - Reid's Account of Perception as a Two-Stage Process
Māra Grīnfelde (Latvia) - Prepredicative Experience and Intentionality: Edmund Husserl versus Jean-Luc Marion
Samantha Matherne (UC/Riverside) - Merleau-Ponty and Holism about Perceptual and Conceptual Content
Colin McLear (Cornell) - Kant and Perceptual Content: A Plea for Austere Relationalism
Kristina Musholt (LSE) - Perception and Immunity to Error through Misidentification
Peter Varga (ELTE) - Husserl’s Theories of the Intuitive and Conceptual Components of Perception

The organisers gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Analysis Trust, the Aristotelian Society, the British Academy, the Mind Association, and the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge.

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