segunda-feira, 19 de março de 2012

Conference: The Nature of Phenomenal Qualities




University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, 
                                            Thursday 29th March - Sunday 1st April
The conference is the final event in the AHRC supported Phenomenal Qualities Project, organised by Professor Paul Coates and Dr Sam Coleman. 
The conference will take place at Beales Hotel, Hatfield. The venue is immediately adjacent to the de Havilland Campus of the University of Hertfordshire.

The Registration fee, which includes refreshments, is  £35  (£20 for Postgraduates).

Full details of the conference arrangements, and Registration Forms are available on the Project website:


Thursday  29th March:
am:
10.00  Refreshments, Welcome

11.15 Paul Coates 'Projectivism and the Idea of Perceptual Revelation'
Lunch
pm:
2.00 Michael Tye 'The Nature of Pain and the Appearance/Reality Distinction'
3.30     Michelle Montague  'The Life of the Mind'
Break
5.30      Howard Robinson    'What Are Phenomenal Qualities and What Is Their Role in Our Conception of the World?'

Friday 30th March:
am:
9.15      Philip Goff                'A Neo-Cartesian Approach to Metaphysics'
Break
11.15    Sam Coleman         'Neuro-Cosmology'
Lunch
pm: 
2.00 David Papineau           'Can We Really See a Million Colours?'
3.30 David Chalmers          'Some Puzzles About Spatial Experience'
Break
5.30  Galen Strawson           'Real Direct Realism'

Saturday  31st March:
am:
9.15 Ronald Rensink           'A Function-centered Taxonomy of Attention'
Break
11.15 Tony Marcel               'Two Levels of Consciousness, Mode of Attention, Sensation, and Phenomenal Quality'
Lunch
pm:
2.00      Ophelia Deroy          'Synesthesia, phenomenal enrichment and parasitic qualia'
3.30      Fiona Macpherson   tba
Break
5.30 Mike Martin              'Sensation!'

Sunday 1st April:
am: 
9.15 Susanna Schellenberg  'Perceptual Capacities and Phenomenal Qualities'
Break
11.15  Jonathan Lowe            'A New Argument for Realism from Perceptual Content'
Lunch
pm:
2.00 Paul Snowdon             'Disjunctivism and Experience'
3.30 Ned Block                   'Consciousness, Cognitive Access and Cognitive Accessibility

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