SPP 2008

Announcing the 34th annual meeting of the Society for
Philosophy and Psychology
June 26-29, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Registration is now open; deadline Thursday, June 5 —
12:00pm EST
Note that early registration is suggested, as the reserved
hotel block is likely to fill quickly.

The 2008 conference will feature presentations by:

George Ainslie, Michael L. Anderson, Louise Antony
Peter Carruthers, Louis Charland, Anjan Chatterjee
David Danks, Felipe De Brigard, Michael Devitt
Marthah Farah, Evelina Fedorenko, Owen Flanagan,
Jerry Fodor, Kenneth R. Foster, Lila R. Gleitman
(President of SPP)
George Graham, Bryce Huebner, Bertram F. Malle,
Barbara Malt, Christopher Meacham, Dominic P. Murphy
Thomas Nadelhoffer, Kenneth Norman, Mike Oaksford
Erik Parens, Nancy Petry, Jeffrey Poland
Zenon Pylyshyn, Sarah Robins, Paul Rozin,
Laurie R. Santos (the 2008 Stanton Prize winner)
Michael Strevens, Justin Sytsma, Kelly Trogdon
Charles Wallis, Deena Weisberg, Daniel Weiskopf
Fei Xu, Carlos Zednik. . . among many others

On topics including:

-Addiction and Responsibility
-Concepts and Categorization
-Bayesian Inference and Rationality
-Foundational Issues in the Philosophy of Cognitive
-Language & Mental Representation
-Moral Psychology
-Theory of Mind

Note that this year the conference will be preceded June
25-26 by a workshop on experimental philosophy

More information on both the 2008 SPP conference and the
Experimental Philosophy Workshop can be found on the

One comment

  1. Eddy Nahmias

    *** Please note that dormitory and banquet spaces are limited, and will be filled on a first-come basis. ***

    There are 75 dormitory rooms and 100 banquet spaces available. A minimum reservation of three nights is required for the dormitories. Additional accommodation is available at the Windsor Hotel, however space there is also limited. It is recommended that those who plan to attend the meeting make their reservations and register as early as possible.

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