CFP: Naturalism, the First Person Perspective and the Embodied Mind
PERSONA, CeSEP, CRESA and CRISI of the Faculty of Philosophy, San Raffaele University
Lynne Baker’s Challenge: Metaphysical and Practical Approaches
“If there is an impersonal conception of the world that includes all the individuals and all their properties, then we have the ingredients of all facts about every individual. How, then, is there a place for the putative fact that some particular person is me?” (Lynne Baker, 2013)
“Intellectualism and empiricism do not give us any account of the human experience of the world: they tell us what God might think about it” (Maurice Merleau Ponty, 1945)
Speakers (provisional list)
Keynote Speaker: Lynne Baker, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
- Dermot Moran, Philosophy (Metaphysics and Logic), School of Philosophy, University College Dublin
- Michael Pauen, Philosophy of Mind, Humboldt University and Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Berlin
- Rev. Katherine Sonderegger, Theology, Virginia Theological Seminary
- Mario De Caro, Moral Philosophy, University of Roma Tre and Tufts University, Massachusetts
- Massimo Reichlin, Applied and Philosophical Ethics, San Raffaele University, Milan
- Michele Di Francesco, Philosophy of Mind, IUSS Pavia and San Raffaele University
- Roberta De Monticelli, Philosophy of Personhood, San Raffaele University
Call for papers
We invite Graduate and PhD students as well as Post-docs to submit papers on any of the topics addressed by Lynne Baker (2013), Naturalism and the First Person Perspective, Oxford University Press. The accepted papers will be assigned to one of the following sections:
1. Metaphysics and Theology;
2. Mind and Language;
4. Normativity : Ethics, Political Theory, Social Ontology.
Abstract must be submitted electronically using the EasyChair submission page at:
The creation of an EasyChair account will be required. Moreover, other forms of submission will not be considered.
The Deadline for submission is: February 20, 2014. Please make sure to prepare the abstact for double blind review and to avoid attaching further files to the submission form.
Notification of acceptance or refusal will be given by April 15, 2014. The accepted and presented papers will be subject to further evaluation for publication on the related issue of “Phenomenology and Mind”.
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