sábado, 12 de outubro de 2013

2014 Spindel Conference - Alternative models of the mind


Submission deadline 15 January 2014

2014 Spindel Conference 
Alternative models of the mind
October 23-25, 2014
University of Memphis (USA)


Call for graduate student and postdoc papers or posters

A limited number of bursaries are available to provide partial support/reimbursement of travel costs to the conference for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in philosophy thanks to a Humboldt FoundationAnneliese Maier Research Award (cooperation with Prof. A. Newen, Ruhr-Universität Bochum). Please indicate whether your submission should be considered in the category of paper or poster or both.
 
Participants at the 33rd annual Spindel Conference will explore philosophical issues concerning notions of intentionality, representation, externalism, and the causal or constitutive roles of affect and affordance, brain and body, tools and technologies with respect to consciousness and cognition.  The conference will provide a forum where representatives of different, dissenting, and sometimes conflicting models in the phenomenology and philosophy of mind are brought together to debate these issues.

Proposals should address the following questions/issues. What implications follow for the way we think of minds from the idea that minds are embodied, ecologically embedded, enactive, extended, emotive, empathic, etc.?  How should we conceive of the mind on these alternatives to Cartesian or computational models? 

Keynote speakers:
Louise Barrett (University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada) Andy Clark (University of Edinburgh, Scotland)
Alva Noë (UC Berkeley, USA)
Evan Thompson (University of British Columbia, Canada)

Invited participants:
Kristin Andrews (York University, Toronto, Canada)
Ken Aizawa (Rutgers University, Newark, USA)
Daniel Hutto (University of Wollongong, Australia)
Barbara Montero (CUNY Graduate School, USA)
Richard Menary (Macquarrie University, Australia)
Albert Newen (Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany)
Mark Rowlands (University of Miami, USA)
Mike Wheeler (Stirling University, Scotland)
Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)


Please send abstracts/proposals (approx. 300-500 words in English; doc or pdf format) to the conference organizer, Shaun Gallagher, at s.gallagher@memphis.edu --  Subject line: Spindel -- with the following information:

Name:
Affiliation:
Graduate student or postdoc
Indicate whether submission is for poster, paper, or both.  

Papers should be 20 minutes presentation time; poster presentations will include a 2-minute preview presentation using PowerPoint or other presentation software.  
The Spindel Conference, funded by an endowment from Murray Spindel and, since his death in 1999, continued support from his wife Chris Spindel, brings together each fall the highest caliber of philosophers from around the world.  Selected conference papers are published as the annual Spindel Supplement to The Southern Journal of Philosophy

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