Second PLM Conference - Philosophy of Language and Mind

Academic & Research
Friday, September 13, 2013 - 12:00pm
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Friday, September 13, 2013 - 12:00pm to Sunday, September 15, 2013 - 5:00pm
Zrinyi u. 14
411, 412
Audience: 
Open to the Public

PLM  (Philosophy of Language and Mind)

PLM is a European network of centers, institutes and departments with a strong commitment to the philosophy of language and philosophy of mind (see http://langmind.eu/). PLM organises conferences, master classes and internal workshops. PLM was formed 2010 and has the following members:

Arché, St Andrews

Department of Philosophy, CEU, Budapest

CLLAM, Department of Philosophy, Stockholm University

CSMN, Oslo

ILCLI, University of the Basque County, San Sebastian

ILLC, Amsterdam

Institut Jean-Nicod, Paris

Institute of Philosophy II, Ruhr University Bochum

Institute of Philosophy, University of London

LOGOS, University of Barcelona

NIP, University of Aberdeen

Second PLM Conference

Every two years PLM organises a conference in the philosophy of language and philosophy mind area. The first PLM conference took place in Stockholm, September 2011, organised by CLLAM. The second PLM conference will take place in Budapest, 13-15 September 2013, organised by the Department of Philosophy, CEU. A special issue of Synthese with papers from the first conference, by Craig French, Peter Fritz, Marie Guillot, Nat Hansen, Elisabeth Pacherie and Francois Recanati is forthcoming. A similar special issue of Synthese with papers from the second conference will be considered, to which a selected number of speakers will be asked to contribute. The conference fee is 50 EUR.

Tentative Conference Schedule:

 

Friday 13 September

11.20-11.50

Registration (in front of Room Zrinyi 412)

11.50-12.00

Opening

12.00-13.00

Opening Address: Stephen Neale

Room Zrinyi 412

13.00-16.15

Lunch

 

Room Zrinyi 411A

Room Zrinyi 412

16.15-16.55

Hemdat Lerman

Attention, Appearance, and Relational Views of Experience 

Alex Davies

The Epistemic Importance of Linguistic Context-Sensitivity 

17.00-17.40

Kengo Miyazono

A Theory of Belief for Doxasticism about Delusion 

Teresa Marques

Retractions 

17.40-18.00

Coffee

18.00-19.00

Maria Alvarez

Room Zrinyi 412

 

 

Saturday 14 September

09.30-10.30

Peter Pagin

Popper Room

10.30-10.50

Coffee

 

Gellner Room

Popper Room

10.50-11.30

Magdalena Balcerak Jackson

Imagining, Supposing and Conceiving 

Michael Murez

Against Indexical Mental Files 

11.35-12.15

Solveig Aasen

How Can We Think about the Things We Perceive? 

Johan Gersel

Objective Reference and Evans’ Hybrid View of Singular Thought 

12.20-13.00

Laura Gow

Perceptual Experience, Intentionality without Representation 

Ephraim Glick

Singularity 

13.00-14.45

Lunch

 

Gellner Room

Popper Room

14.45-15.25

Cristi Ungureanu

Environmental Guides for Action and Representational Knowledge 

Alexandre Billon

Self-Awareness and Pathological Self-Doubt 

15.30-16.10

                   Yair Levy

Knowledge of Action as Self-Knowledge

Maria Serban

Connectionist Explanations: Approximating Semantic Systematicity 

16.10-16.30

Coffee

16.30-17.30

Martine Nida-Rümelin

Popper Room

17.35-19.30

Board Meeting

Senate Room

 

 

Sunday 15 September

 

Gellner Room

Popper Room

09.30-10.10

 

Alexander Geddes

The I of the Beholder: Perceiving Oneself as Oneself 

Zsófia Zvolenszky

Philosophers’ Myth about John Searle’s Theory of Proper Names

10.15-10.55

Marie Guillot

Understanding the Concept of Self as a Phenomenal-Autonymous Concept

Joey Pollock

Social Externalism and the Problem of Communication

11.00-11.40

Manuel Garcia-Carpintero

De Se Contents and Immunity to Error through Misidentification

Inés Crespo

An Affordance-Based Approach to Gradable Adjectives

11.40-12.00

Coffee

12.00-13.00

Josefa Toribio

Dangerous Liaisons: Cognitive Impenetrability and Nonconceptualism

Popper Room

13.00-13.15

Closing