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Oslo Mind Group

Oslo Mind Group is a research network for people in the Oslo area that work on the philosophy of mind and related areas.

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About the Group

Oslo Mind Group is a research network for people working in the philosophy of mind and related areas, such as the philosophy of perception, philosophy of psychology, cognition and concepts. The aim of the group is to facilitate fruitful interaction between research on these topics in the Oslo area.

Frequency and topics for discussion

The group normally meets fortnightly on Fridays from 14.00 to 15.30 where we discuss work-in-progress by members of the group, or a selected reading in philosophy of mind.

Note: Due to the ongoing closure of University buildings seminars will take place online until further notice. See events list for details.

To receive information about future seminars, please join the group mailing list.

This meeting is based on a collaboration between the two NRC-funded projects: ‘Thought and Sense’ and ‘Perceiving Representations’.

Tags: Philosophy of mind, Philosophy of psychology, Cognition, Perception
Published July 16, 2019 12:13 PM - Last modified Mar. 30, 2020 3:03 PM