I am pleased to announce the content that will be featured at Brains in the coming weeks:
- From March 19-23, Armin Schulz will contribute a series of posts on Efficient Cognition: The Evolution of Representational Decision-Making, published earlier this year by The MIT Press.
- From March 26-30, Edouard Machery will contribute a series of posts on Philosophy Within Its Proper Bounds (Oxford, 2017).
- From April 23-27, we will host a symposium on Guillermo Del Pinal and Shannon Spaulding‘s paper “Conceptual Centrality and Implicit Bias” (Mind & Language, February 2018), with commentaries from Bryce Huebner, Eric Mandelbaum, Edouard Machery, Steven Sloman, and Ema Sullivan-Bissett. (Thanks to Robert Briscoe for organizing.)
- And from April 30 – May 6, we will host a symposium on Joshua Shepherd‘s paper “Halfhearted Action and Control”, with commentaries from Zachary Irving, Andreas Elpidorou, and Nora Heinzelmann. (Thanks to Aaron Henry for organizing.)