Philosophy, Psychology and Neuroscience Research Seminars 2023/24
The PPN Research Seminar is a joint endeavour to promote interdisciplinary discussion between Philosophy, Psychology and Neuroscience.
Time: 3pm (but see * in list of seminars below for exceptions)
Venue: Some seminars will take place in person and some by Zoom. Most will be hybrid. Details will be provided via our email list.
In addition to the regular meetings, we hold Work in Progress (WiP) meetings where postgraduates present their work. WiP meetings are identified as such below.
All students, staff and visiting researchers are welcome to attend.
Title: Place cells: a map in the brain and of the brain
Speaker: Kate Jeffery (University of Glasgow)
Title: The Perception of Silence
Speaker: Chaz Firestone (Johns Hopkins University; Perception & Mind Laboratory)
Title: A Compositional Semantics for Venn Diagrams
Speaker: Bryan Pickel (University of Glasgow) and Brian Rabern (University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh Meaning Sciences Group)
27th November - co-sponsored by SPIN
Title: Singular Experiences (With and Without objects)
Speaker: Angela Mendelovici (University of Western Ontario)
11th December - co-sponsored by SPIN
Speaker: Ian Phillips (John Hopkins University; Foundation of Mind).
Speaker: Amy Kind (Claremont McKenna College; Director of Gould Centre for Humanistic Studies)
Speaker: Elizabeth Camp (Rutgers)
Speaker: Craig French (University of Nottingham)
Speaker: Mohan Matthen (University of Toronto)
Speaker: Sascha Fink (Otto von Guericke Universität, Magdeburg; Center for Behavioral Brain Sciences)
Speaker: Petra Vetter (University of Fribourg)
Speaker: Andrea Blomkvist (London School of Economics)
Speaker: Neil Sinhababu (National University of Singapore).
Speaker: Roberto Casati (Institut Jean Nicod)