A midsummer night's workshop on consciousness, perception, and thought

Umeå University
Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
A midsummer night's workshop on consciousness, perception, and thought
plus a lecture in the Philosophical Society

 

June 24-25, 2008

 

Tuesday June 24 (room D108, Humanities Building)


9.30-11 An argument for the intentional view of visual experience
Adam Pautz (Philosophy, Austin, Texas)
11.15-12.45 TBA
Johan Eriksson (Physiologi, Umeå)
Lunch
14.00-15.30 The hard problem of hallucination
Jesper Östman (Philosophy, Umeå)
15.45-17.15 TBA
Mats Wahlberg (Religion, Umeå)
19.30-21 Lecture in the Philosophical Society: What are colors?
Adam Pautz (Philosophy, Austin, Texas)
Room: Hörsal C, Social Science Building


Wednesday June 25 (room C104, Humanities Building)


10.00-11.30 De re thoughts about non-existent individuals
Anna Bjurman-Pautz (Philosophy, Austin, Texas)
11.45-13.15 A somewhat eliminativist proposal about phenomenal consciousness
Pär Sundström (Philosophy, Umeå)
Lunch
14.30-16.00 Is the external world colored?
Adam Pautz (Philosophy, Austin, Texas)

 

All interested are welcome!