Colloquium Wintersemester 11/12

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Research Colloquium
PHILOSOPHY MEETS COGNITIVE SCIENCE
RECENT DEBATES

Organization: Prof. Albert Newen & Prof. Markus Werning
Time: Thursdays, 16-18h, GA 04/187

Time Speaker Title

20 October
2011

Prof. Christopher Gauker
(University of Cincinnati)

Perception without Propositions

27 October
2011

Prof. Keith Stenning (University of Edinburgh)

How to Elicit What Someone Knows
of a Logic: Some Suggestions
and a Pilot Experiment

3 November
2011

Dr. Emar Maier (University of Groningen)

The Presuppositional Account
of Mixed Quotation

10 November
2011

Prof. Christopher Gauker
(University of Cincinnati)

A Third Conception
of the Normativity of Meaning

Tue., 15 November
2011

Christoph Michel (RUB)

How I Believe How I Know
What I Believe

17 November
2011

Prof. Peter Pagin
(Stockholm University)

Assertion and Actuality

24 November
2011

Dr. Martin Fricke
(UNA Mexico)

First-Person Authority

1 December
2011

Dr. Marco Fenici
(U Siena)

Can infants pass spontaneous-answer false belief tasks by attributing Complex Motor Plans?
8 December
2011
Dr. Luca Barlassina (State University of Milan)
How Not to Disentangle Mirroring
and Mental Simulation
15 December
2010
Prof. Marc Slors
(University of Nijmegen)
The Model-Model of Theory-Theory

12 January
2012

Dr. Leon de Bruin (RUB)

The Explanation
of Disorganized Behavior

19 January
2012
Andrea Kruse
(RUB)
An Externalist Concept of Epistemic Responsibility: Epistemic Duties and Their Place in Social Epistemology
26 January
2012
Dr. Dr. Erica Cosentino
(University of Calibria)
Grasping Discourses. The Role of Mental Simulation in Linguistic Comprehension and Production Processes
2 February
2012
Tobias Starzak
(RUB)
Competition or Cooperation: The Social Intelligence Hypothesis