1145 Stevenson Hall (Map)

Thursday, May 21st

10:30 am
Existence, Participation and Fictional Realism
Ethan Landes (Brandeis University)
Commentator: Blake Nespica (University of Western Ontario)

11:30 am
Indeterminacy, Meaning and Intentions
Philip Zigman (CUNY)
Commentator: Fiona Schick (University of Western Ontario)

12:30 pm - Lunch

2:00 pm
Essential Indexicality without Indexicals
Pengbo Liu (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Commentator: Jamie Shaw (University of Western Ontario)

3:30 pm
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Genoveva Marti (University of Western Ontario)
TBD

4:30 pm - Grad Club

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Friday, May 22nd

10:00 am
Tour of UWO's Brain and Mind Institute (Meet at 9:30am)

11:30 am
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Ken McRae (University of Western Ontario)
The Organization of Semantic Memory

1:00 pm - Lunch

2:30 pm
Practical Reasoning and the Contextual Content of the first Person Perspective
Jae Hong Kim (Ryerson University)
Commentator: Chris Sherriff (University of Western Ontario)

3:30 pm
Levelling the Field: Levels Talk in Cognitive Science
Luke Kersten (Carleton University)
Commentator: Fred Banville (University of Western Ontario)

6:30 pm - Conference Dinner

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Saturday, May 23rd

10:30 am
Phenomenology, Content and the Individuation of Perceptual Capacities
Thomas Breed (University of Pittsburgh)
Commentator: Matthew Ivanowich (University of Western Ontario)

11:30 am
How should Embodied Mind Theorists Account for Interpersonal Kinesthetic Diversity?
Lauren Alpert (CUNY)
Commentator: John Jenkinson (University of Western Ontario)

12:30 pm - Lunch

2:00 pm
A Problem for Gallagher’s Direct Perception Account of Infant False-Belief Understanding: Intentions Are Not Directly Perceivable
Ryan Ferguson (University of Maryland, College Park)
Commentator: Peter Verveniotis (University of Western Ontario)

3:30 pm
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Kristin Andrews (York University)
Naïve Normativity and the Folk Psychology Spiral