Introducing the Brains blog’s new Managing Editors

I am very pleased to announce that Dan Burnston and Nick Byrd have agreed to take over my position as Managing Editors of the Brains blog, effective today. Robert Briscoe and Aaron Henry will remain as Contributing Editors, while Cameron Buckner, Kristina Musholt, and Katrina Sifferd step aside from that role. Many thanks to …

CFA: Kinds of Intelligence 3 – Cognitive Science Beyond the Human

The third annual Kinds of Intelligence conference will be held in Cambridge, UK from June 22-25 2020. The conference brings together researchers from philosophy, cognitive science and artificial intelligence to address questions concerning the structure, function and nature of intelligence and cognition, with a particular emphasis on non-human intelligences – …

Budapest Semester in Cognitive Science

The Budapest Semester in Cognitive Science (BSCS) is an undergraduate study abroad program for students from the US and other countries aimed at broadening their understanding of cognitive science from an interdisciplinary perspective. Lecturers of the Program are distinguished experts with noteworthy international research and teaching experience. The host of …

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We are grateful to Majid Davoody Beni for blogging this week on Structuring the Self, newly published by Palgrave Macmillan in the New Directions in Philosophy and Cognitive Science series. To view all of Majid’s posts on a single page, please click here.

CFP: Neural Correlates of Consciousness

Philosophy and the Mind Sciences is inviting contributions to a celebratory volume on the neural correlates of consciousness. In 2000, MIT published „Neural Correlates of Consciousness: Empirical and Conceptual Questions“, edited by Thomas Metzinger. The volume brought together empirical neuroscientists, psychologists, anaesthesiologists, and philosophers, all participants at the 2nd ASSC meeting …