Call for Papers / Schedule

 




PhD students:  

In addition to Prof. Churchland's lectures, several PhD-student or early postdoc presentations (constraint: PhD finished 2014 or later) are planned. The topic should be related to the main theme of the conference in a loose sense. Papers will be selected based on a blind review process.


Postdocs:

In addition we have room for one or two experienced postdoc presentations: Postdocs (constraint: PhD finished 2010 or later) are invited to submit an abstract indicating it to be a postdoc-presentation. The topic should be related to the main topic in a loose sense. Papers will be selected based on a blind review process.


We invite PhD students and postdocs to submit abstracts (max. 1000 words), making thesis and argument transparent, to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rcl2016


Financial support:

Those who are selected for a presentation will receive a support for travelling and accomodation on the basis of receipts with an upper limit (Germany: 150€; Rest of Europe: 250€; Beyond Europe: 400€) 


Submission deadline is January 15th, 2016.



Tentative schedule


Monday, March 7th


10.30 - 12.30  Patricia S. Churchland:
                       Neurophilosophy: New developments concerning
                       representing and valuing

Lunch

14.30 - 15.15  tba

15.15 - 16.00  tba

Coffee Break

16.30 - 16.45 tba


Dinner


Tuesday, March 8th


10.00 - 10.45  tba

Coffee Break

11.15 - 12.00  tba

Lunch

Optional Trip


Public Lecture

18.15 - 19.45  Patricia S. Churchland:
                       The Impact of Social Neuroscience on Moral Philosophy

Dinner


Wednesday, March 9th

10.00 - 10.45  tba

Coffee break

11.15 - 13.15  Patricia S. Churchland:

                       Nerve Agents. You and your amazing old-fangled reward system

Lunch & End



Organization:

Tobias Schlicht & Albert Newen