Spring 2016 Cognitive Science Speaker Series Schedule

Spring 2016 Cognitive Science Speaker Series Schedule

Spring 2016, Fridays, 1-3 pm
Room 7102, CUNY Graduate Center


February 19:  Una Stojnic
Center for Cognitive Science and Philosophy, Rutgers University
“Content in a Dynamic Context”


February 26:  Marilynn Johnson
Philosophy, CUNY Graduate Center
“Systems of Dress:  A Gricean Proposal for Communication by
Bodily Adornment”


Philosophy, University of Maryland
“The Case for Unencapsulated Vision”


March 11:  Jeremy Goodman
Philosophy, NYU
“The Myth of Full Belief”


March 18:  Kathryn Pendoley
Cognitive Science and Philosophy, CUNY Graduate Center
“Do Emotions Have Qualitative Character?”


March 25:  Jonathan Simon
Philosophy and Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness, NYU
“Transparency About Painkillers:  Aspirin for the Representationalist’s Headache”


April 1:  No talk—Pacific Division APA


April 8:  Jin Fan
Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, Queens College, and
Neuroimaging Lab, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
“The Embodied Mind:  Using Psychophysiological Signals to Inform brain Activity and Connectivity during Rest”


Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness, NYU
“The Evolutionary Argument that Phenomenal Properties Are Intrinsically Powerful”


April 22, 29:  No talks—Graduate Center Spring Break


May 6:  Adam Pautz
Philosophy, Brown University
“A Dilemma for Russellian Monists about Consciousness”


May 13:  Ellen Fridland
Philosophy, King’s College London
“The Dual-Aspect Development of Skill”


A pdf flier listing spring 2016 talks is at http://tinyurl.com/cstalks


Organized by David Rosenthal, Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Concentration in Cognitive Science
CUNY Graduate Center