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The CSMN Annual Lecture of Mind in Nature 2012, will be given by Susan Carey, Professor of Psychology at Harvard University on September 10. The title is 'The Origin of Concepts: A Case Study of Natural Numbers'
“The second generation” CSMN fellows is on its way to CSMN.
Einar Duenger Bohn's paper "Unrestricted Composition as Identity" is forthcoming in an anthology on Oxford University Press.
Christian Barry is the Director of the Centre for Moral, Social, and Political Theory at the Australian National University. His research focuses on ethical theory, philosophy of action, and international justice.
Edmund Henden's article "Heroin Addiction and Voluntary Choice: The Case of Informed consent" has been published in Bioethics.
Alison Jaggar, professor II at CSMN, is giving an interview about the FemPov project in the newest issue of Apollo.
The inter-institutional research project “Representationalism or Anti-Representationalism: Perspectives on Intentionality from Philosophy and Cognitive Science”, awarded funding from the Research Council of Norway and NTNU, is advertising for a postdoctoral research fellow (links below).
Einar Duenger Bohn's paper "The logic of the incarnation" is forthcoming in a special issue of History and Philosophy of Logic.
CSMN affiliate Jon A. Lindstrøm's article "Why ADHD Is Not a True Medical Syndrome" has been accepted for publication in Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 14, Number 1, 2012.
Jan Terje Faarlund's new book A Grammar of Chiapas Zoque has just been released on Oxford University Press.
The report summarizing CMSN's wide range of activities in 2011 as well as the Centre's unique research goals is now available.
A Collection of Essays Edited by Christel Fricke and Dagfinn Føllesdal
Jakob Elster’s essay 'How Outlandish Can Imaginary Cases Be?' has been selected by the editors of the Journal of Applied Philosophy to be awarded the prize for the best essay published in the journal in 2011.
Einar Duenger Bohn's article "Anselmian Theism and Indefinitely Extensible Perfection" has been accepted for publication in Philosophical Quarterly.
Professor II at CSMN, Alison Jaggar is this years winner of the University of Colorado's Elizabeth D. Gee Memorial Lectureship Award.