Nordic Graduate Conference on the Philosophy of Mind

The program is now available. Register for the event by using the link below in order to receive zoom-link and further information.

We are happy to announce the program for the conference. See below for details. The event will take place online, using zoom, and it will be open for those that are interested. We are excited about what we think looks like a very interesting program, it is diverse and covers quite different topics and approaches to the philosophy of mind. It is our goal that the conference can be a meeting place for graduate students in the Nordic region working on these topics and related fields. 

In order to get the zoom link, you will need to register by using this form.

Please contact us at oslomind.grad2021@gmail.com if you have any questions, or if you have any troubles registering for the event.

 

Below is the schedule:

Thursday 10th June

9:45-10:00

Welcome

10:00-11:00

[chair: Max R]

Victor Lange (University of Copenhagen): The transparency thesis and mindfulness introspection

11:00-12:00

[chair: Max K]

Matteo Iammarone (University of Gothenburg): Medieval partisans of will

12:00-12:45

Lunch

12:45-13:15

Coffee & Socializing

13:15-14:15

[chair: Max R]

Robert Pál-Wallin (Lund University): Moral responsibility and fitting reactive attitudes

14:15-15:15

[chair: Max R]

Francesca Secco (University of Oslo): Why is creative thinking praiseworthy?

 

Friday 11th June

9:45-10:00

Welcome, day 2

10:00-11:00

[chair: Francesca]

Kristoffer Balslev Willert (Aarhus University): The revival of Neutral Monism

11:00-12:00

[chair: Max K]

André Sevenius Nilsen (University of Oslo): Are we ever unconscious?

12:00-12:45

Lunch

12:45-13:15

Coffee & Socializing

13:15-14:15

[chair: Francesca]

Max Ribeiro (Lund University): Perceptual presence and the limits of metaphysical explanation

14:15-15:15

[chair: Francesca]

Max Kippersund (University of Oslo): Perceiving properties of possible particulars

Organisers,

Max Johannes Kippersund (UiO)

Francesca Secco (UiO)

Max Minden Ribeiro (Lund)

Oslo Mind Group

Published Apr. 9, 2021 4:11 PM - Last modified May 31, 2021 9:33 AM