Events at the Institute 7-24 May 2013

Monday 13 May 2013

EVENTS AT THE INSTITUTE, 7-24 May

Tue 7 May, 5.00 pm
IP LEM Forum: Room 243, second floor, Senate House, WC1
Sarah Sawyer (Sussex)
Contrastive Self-Knowledge and Anti-Individualism
Abstract: http://events.sas.ac.uk/support-research/events/view/13775/
Series Updates and dinner details.
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Thurs 9 May, 12.30 pm
IP Lunchtime Seminar: Room 243, second floor, Senate House, WC1
Stuart Glennan (Butler & Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution & Cognition Research)
Kinds of Mechanisms and Mechanisms as Kind
Abstract: http://events.sas.ac.uk/support-research/events/view/13699
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Tues 14 (pm, G37) – Wed 15 May (S261), Senate House
CenSes Workshop: Due to demand registration (including waitlist) is now closed.
Close to my body: Multisensory perspectives on peripersonal space
http://events.sas.ac.uk/support-research/events/view/13846
Speakers:
Clare Mac Cumhaill, Marcello Costantini
Claudio Brozzoli, Adrian Alsmith
Christophe Lopez, Joel Smith
Ana Tajadura-Jimenez, Hong Yu Wong
Commentators: Andrea Serino, Craig French, Charles Spence, Alisa Mandrigin, Manos Tsakiris, Ophelia Deroy, Barry C Smith
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Wed 15 May, 4.00 pm
IP Aesthetics Forum: Senate Room, first floor, Senate House, WC1
Tzachi Zamir
The Inner Paradise: Philosophy-Poetry Warfare in Milton's Paradise Lost
Supported by the British Society of Aesthetics
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Thurs 16 - Fri 17 May 2013
Philosophical Accounts of Action 1500-2000
Chancellor’s Hall, Senate House, University of London
http://philosophy.sas.ac.uk/?q=conference-philosophical-accounts-action-...
In conjunction with Oxford Brookes University. Supported by OUP and Mind Association. Winner of the Annual Conference competition for 2012/13
Speakers
Maria Alvarez (King's College London)
Jonathan Dancy (University of Texas at Austin)
Giuseppina D'Oro (Keele)
John Hyman (Queen's College, Oxford)
Arto Laitinen (Jyvaskula)
Tito Magri (Sapienza, University of Rome)
Erasmus Mayr (Queen's College, Oxford)
Tom Pink (King's College London)
Constantine Sandis (Oxford Brookes)
Tom Stoneham (York)
Julia Tanney (Kent and Paris)
Roger Teichmann (St Hilda's, Oxford)

REGISTRATION (essential)
To register please send a message to philosophy@sas.ac.uk with “Philosophical Accounts 16-17 May 2013” as the subject header. In the message please state in the following format:
1. Surname, Forename
2. Your fees category
3. Any affiliation (current staff and students should state department and/or course)
FEES (includes all teas):
£10 UOL AND OXFORD BROOKES CURRENT STAFF AND STUDENTS OF PHILOSOPHY & IP INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS
£20 STAFF AND STUDENTS OF OTHER PHILOSOPHY DEPTS
£40 STANDARD
All fees will be taken at the conference venue and you will only be contacted in advance if there is a query with your registration.
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Tue 21 May, 5.00 pm
IP LEM Forum: Room 243, second floor, Senate House, WC1
Anders Schoubye (Edinburgh)
Desires Locally Satisfied
Abstract: http://events.sas.ac.uk/support-research/events/view/13769
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Wed 22 May, 4.00 pm
IP Aesthetics Forum: STB9, Stewart House (basement), WC1
Hanneke Grootenboer
Painting as Denkbild: On the Embodiment of Thought
Supported by the British Society of Aesthetics
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Thurs 23 (pm, Senate Room) – Fri 24 May (G22/26), Senate House
CenSes Conference:
Pictorial Paradoxes: Philosophy, Psychology and the Visual Arts
http://philosophy.sas.ac.uk/?q=pictorial-paradoxes-23-24-may
Poster: http://philosophy.sas.ac.uk/d/f/PictorialParadoxes_poster.pdf
Main speakers
Prof Barry Smith (Director, IP, School of Advanced Study) - introduction
Sir Jonathan Miller
Prof Vicki Bruce (Psychology, Newcastle upon Tyne)
Patrick Hughes (Reverspective Ltd, London)
Prof Marina Wallace (Central Saint Martins)
Prof Thomas Papathomas (Rutgers)