sábado, 28 de julho de 2012

3rd Workshop of Experimental Philosophy Group UK: Intuitions, Experiments and Philosophy

8-9th September 2012, University of Nottingham

For further details, including contact details and online registration, go to the conference webpage (presenters do not have to register).

Presentations will include:

Jessica Brown (Arché, St Andrews) X-phi and epistemic norms

Shaun Nichols (Philosophy, Arizona) Two Senses of Self

Simone Schnall (Psychology, Cambridge) Embodied Morality

James Andow (Nottingham) ‘Intuition’ Exploded, but Where?

Martin Bruder (Konstanz) Overdemanding Consequentialism? An Experimental Approach

Florian Cova (Geneva) I couldn’t have done otherwise

Jeremy Goodman (Oxford) Intuition and Perceiving Reasons

Ivar Hannikainen (Sheffield) Agent and patient foci in third-party moral evaluation

Barbara Kreilkamp & Luca Pogoda (Osnabrück) Title TBC

Aaron Meskin (Leeds) Aesthetic Adjectives

Bence Nanay (Antwerp & Cambridge) Between actions and mere bodily movements: the gray zone of action attributions

Gabriela Pavarini (Cambridge) What’s on God’s mind? Attributions of Divine Intent to Life Experiences

Johnnie Pedersen (UC Davies) Calibrating Cummins

Posters presentations will include:

Karolina Krzyżanowska (Groningen) What inferential conditionals can reveal about epistemic modals. An experimental study of evidentiality

Hossein Dabbagh (Reading) Empirical Moral Psychology meets Moderate Moral Intuitionism

Edward Jarvis, Testing for objectivism: issues to conside

David Moss (UEA) ‘Qualit(ative) not Quantit(ative)': Experimental Philosophy, Meta-ethics and Methodology

Conference Organisers: James Andow (Nottingham), Bryony Pierce (Bristol), and Robin Scaife (Sheffield)

This event is supported by the Mind Association, and Philosophy Department and Graduate School of the University of Nottingham

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