Philosophy, Psychology and Neuroscience Research Seminars 2019/20
The PPN Research Seminar is a joint endeavour to promote interdisciplinary discussion between Philosophy and Psychology, and to communicate research carried out in both departments.
Venue: Either the Psychology Level 6 Meeting Room (62 Hillhead Street) or the Reid Room, Philosophy Level 4 (67 Oakfield Avenue), unless otherwise noted (see below).
In addition to the regular Research Seminar, we also hold Work in Progress (WiP) meetings where postgraduates present their work. WiP meetings are identified below.
All students, staff and visiting researchers are welcome to attend.
Queries? Contact Derek Brown
16 September 2019
'Do Philosophical Arguments Influence Real-World Moral Behavior? Data on Meat Ethics and Charitable Giving'
Eric Schwitzgebel (Philosophy, UC Riverside)
25-26 October 2019
Conference on Perception: Epistemology and Mind
7 November 2019
'How well do we know how well we are imagining sounds?'
Andrea Halpurn (Psychology, Bucknell)
11 November 2019
'Hearing voices and predictive processing: What are we expecting?
Ben Alderson-Day (Psychology, Durham)
18 November 2019 - WiP meeting
'A Reappraisal of J. J. C. Smart’s Materialist Metaphysics' Konstantinos Chatzigeorgiou (Philosophy)
9 December 2019
'What in the world is a hallucination?' Rami El Ali (Philosophy, Lebanese American University)
13 january 2020 - WiP meeting
'Can we even be satisfied' Fabien Dezeque (Philosophy)
14-15 January 2020
Conference on Perception, Colour and the Epistemology Within
23 January 2020
'Phenomenological control as cold control' Zoltan Dienes (Psychology, Sussex)
5 March 2020
Imogen Dickie (Philosophy, St. Andrews)
20 April 2020
Wayne Wu (Centre for the Neural Basis of Cognition, Carnegie Mellon)
More to come...