The fourth issue of PMS WIPS is out, featuring “The
Unreliability of Naive Introspection” by Eric Schwitzgebel, University of California at Riverside.
Comments are open on this and previous issues of PMS WIPS. Upcoming
issues are scheduled as follows:
- Nov 15, 2006 – PMS WIPS 005 – Nicholas Maxwell, University College
Three Philosophical Problems about Consciousness and their Possible
- Dec 1, 2006 – PMS WIPS 006 – Brendan Ritchie, University of Manitoba – Dualism and the Limits
- Dec 15, 2006 – PMS WIPS 007 – Joshua Knobe and
Jesse Prinz, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill – Intuitions about
Consciousness: Experimental Studies
- Jan 1, 2007 – PMS WIPS 008 – Anthony Jack, Philip Robbins, and Andreas
Roepstorff, Washington University, St. Louis and Aarhus University,
Denmark – The Genuine Problem of Consciousness
We continue to welcome new submissions.
For further details, see:
email submissions (with accompanying abstracts) to Pete Mandik (petemandik @ petemandik.com).
Feel free to contact any of the co-editors with questions. We look forward to
hearing from you.
Keeley (brian_keeley @ pitzer.edu)
Dan Weiskopf (weiskopf @ shell.cas.usf.edu)
Pete Mandik (petemandik @ petemandik.com)
spaces from above e-mail addresses)