The editors of the Brains Blog, together with the Departments of Philosophy at Florida State University and the University of Houston, are pleased to announce the program for the third annual Minds Online conference.
The conference will comprise three weeklong sessions in September 2017. You will find that each session has a keynote and a few contributed papers — each contributed paper with its own invited commenters. Typically, a brief video introduction will accompany each paper. As always, comments will be open to the public once the invited commentaries have been posted. And commenting will close at the end of each session so that our participants’ attention is always on the current session.
KEYNOTE: Helen De Cruz (Oxford Brookes)
“The Dark Side of Morality: Group Polarization and Moral-Belief Formation”, by Marcus Arvan (Tampa)
“The Mental Affordance Hypothesis”, by Tom McClelland (Warwick)
KEYNOTE: Bertram Gawronski (Texas, Austin)
“The Good of Boredom”, by Andreas Elpidorou (Louisville)
“The Unity of Moral Attitudes”, by Derek Shiller
“Implicit Bias and the Unconscious”, by Ege Yumusak (Cambridge)
KEYNOTE: Edouard Machery (Pittsburgh)
“Two Varieties of Cognitive Penetration”, by Greyson Abid (UC Berkeley)
“Perceptual Precision”, by Adrienne Prettyman (Bryn Mawr)
“Attention and Encapsulation”, by Jake Quilty-Dunn (Oxford)
- Cameron Buckner (Houston)
- Nick Byrd (Florida State)
- Bruce Rushing (Houston)
- John Schwenkler (Florida State)
Thank you to everyone who presents, comments, and participates. And, of course, thank you to everyone who volunteers to review submissions and comment on papers. Minds Online cannot happen without all of you!