We’re very glad to have a lot of exciting things to announce about the next few months at the Brains blog:
- Our next Mind & Language article symposium, on Aaron Norby‘s “Uncertainty Without All the Doubt”, with commentaries from Keith Frankish, Jennifer Nagel, and Nicholas Smith, will begin next Monday, February 23.
- Following this, Dan Zahavi (Copenhagen) will blog as a Featured Author from March 2-6, writing about his recent book Self and Other: Exploring Subjectivity, Empathy, and Shame.
- Next, Michael Bishop (Florida State) will blog as a Featured Author from March 16-20 about his recent book The Good Life: Unifying the Philosophy and Psychology of Well-Being.
- In the works for March and April are Featured Scholar visits from Evan Thompson (UBC) and Neil Levy (Oxford), with the precise dates to be confirmed soon.
- Our April Mind & Language symposium, scheduled for the week of April 13-17, will be on Jean-Remy Martin and François Le Corre‘s “Sensory Substitution Is Substitution”, with commentaries from Kevin Connolly, Ophelia Deroy, Julian Kiverstein, and Joëlle Proust.
- And other Featured Authors scheduled for April and May to discuss their forthcoming books are Elijah Chudnoff, on Cognitive Phenomenology; Carlos Montemayor and Harry Haladjian, on Consciousness, Attention, and Conscious Attention; Uriah Kriegel, on The Varieties of Consciousness; John Doris, on Talking to Our Selves; and Mazviita Chirimuuta, on Outside Color.
Details on all these events are included in the calendar that I’ve embedded in the sidebar, as well as our Calendar page. Thanks as ever for reading, and be sure to follow the Brains blog on Facebook and Twitter to keep track of what’s going on.