Philosophy events, week of 13th October

Research seminars next week (more information):

  • Frank Durgin (Swarthmore College), “The angular expansion hypothesis of locomotor space perception” and “What is “embodied perception” the embodiment of? A critical review,” at Glasgow’s Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience Research Seminar on Monday, 13th October, and Wednesday, 15th October.
  • Toby Meadows (University of Aberdeen) at Glasgow’s Senior Seminar on Tuesday, 14th October.
  • Robin McKenna (University of Vienna) at Edinburgh’s Epistemology Research Group on Wednesday, 15th October.
  • Jennifer Corns (University of Glasgow), “Hedonic rationality,” at Stirling’s Visiting Speaker Seminar on Thursday, 16th October.
  • Nancy Cartwright (Durham University/University of California, San Diego), “Predicting what will happen when we intervene,” at Edinburgh’s Philosophy of Science: Contemporary Debates on Thursday, 16th October.
  • Helen Steward (University of Leeds) at Edinburgh’s Visiting Speaker Seminar on Friday, 17th October.

Other events next week (more information):

  • Derek Ball (University of St Andrews) at St Andrews’ Philosophy Society on Monday, 13th October.
  • iCog2: Perspectives on Learning, Edinburgh, 15th – 16th October.  Speakers: Andrew Philippides (Sussex), Jean-Marc Dewaele (Birkbeck), Szu-Han Wang (Edinburgh), Alex Doumas (Edinburgh).
  • Symposium on Recanati, St Andrews, 16th – 17th October.  Speakers: Jonas Åkerman (Stockholm), Imogen Dickie (Toronto), Manuel García-Carpintero (Barcelona), Rachel Goodman (Leeds), Simon Prosser (St Andrews), Francois Recanati (Institut Jean Nicod).
  • Alan Weir (University of Glasgow) at Edinburgh’s Philosophy Society on Thursday, 16th October.