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Full Title: European Society for Philosophy and Psychology 2013

Short Title: ESPP 2013
Location: Granada, Spain
Start Date: 09-Jul-2013 - 12-Jul-2013
Contact: Louise Röska-Hardy
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Meeting Description: European Society for Philosophy and Psychology 21st Annual Conference
Granada, Spain, 9-12 July 2013

Keynote Speakers:

Katherine Nelson (CUNY)
Christopher Peacocke (Columbia)
Michael Martin (UCL/Berkeley)
Angela Friederici (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig)

There will be five invited symposia on the following topics:

Time and Causation: Organizer: Marc Buehner (Cardiff), speakers Alison Gopnik (Berkeley), Christoph Hoerl (Warwick)

The Second Person: Organizer: Naomi Eilan (Warwick). There will be two symposia sponsored by the British Academy/Leverhulme Trust to include Philippe Rochat (Emory), Edward Hinchman (Milwaukee), Leonhard Schilbach (Cologne & Max-Planck-Institute for Neurological Research), Guy Longworth (Warwick), Johannes Roessler (Warwick)

Normativity: Organizer: Hannes Rakoczy (University of Göttingen), speakers Kristin Andrews (York, Canada), Charles W. Kalish (Madison-Wisconsin), Joshua Knobe (Yale)

Non-literal content: Organizer: Esther Romero (Granada), speakers to include Belen Soria (Granada)

General Aim:

The aim of the European Society for Philosophy & Psychology is ‘to promote interaction between philosophers and psychologists on issues of common concern’. Psychologists, neuroscientists, linguists, computer scientists and biologists are encouraged to report experimental, theoretical and clinical work that they judge to have philosophical significance; and philosophers are encouraged to engage with the fundamental issues addressed by and arising out of such work. In recent years ESPP sessions have covered such topics as spatial concepts, theory of mind, attention, joint attention, reference, problems of consciousness, introspection and self-report, emotion, perception, early numerical cognition, infants’ understanding of intentionality, memory and time, motor imagery, counterfactuals, the semantics/pragmatics distinction, minimalism in linguistic theory, reasoning, vagueness, mental causation, action and agency, thought without language, externalism, connectionism, hypnosis, and the interpretation of neuropsychological results.
Linguistic Subfield: Linguistic Theories; Neurolinguistics; Philosophy of Language; Semantics
LL Issue: 24.969

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