Ellen Fridland will talk on the topic ‘Do as I say and as I do: imitation, pedagogy, and cumulative culture.‘
7.00 p.m. at Blackwell’s bookshop on Broad Street, Oxford.
– A new Templeton Funded research project led by Matthew Parrott (KCL) and Anil Gomes (Oxford) which will involve seminars exploring different ways in which central topics in the epistemology of mind can be brought to bear on questions concerning the nature of mind. These will prepare the groundwork for a two-day international conference on the metaphysical implications of the epistemology of mind. Philosophical study of the mind has too long ignored epistemological considerations. The primary aim in this project is to explore an epistemology-first approach to understanding the nature of the mind.
The first seminar will be on 8 May.
The website of the entire project can be found here.
King’s College London is one of the top 5 research centres for philosophy in the country. One of its particular strengths is in Mind.
Maria Alvarez, Bill Brewer, John Callanan, Julien Dutant, Nadine Elzein, Ellen Fridland, David Galloway, Sacha Golob, Jurgis Karpus, Jessica Leech, Clayton Littlejohn, Matteo Mameli, Eliot Michaelson, David Papineau, Matthew Parrott, Thomas Pink, Sherri Roush, Matthew Soteriou, Mark Textor and Robyn Repko Waller have all published in the subject or in closely related areas recently. Continue reading
Join us for this upcoming seminar next week:
8 November: 4-6 pm
Room 508 Philosophy Building
Convenor: Naomi Eilan, University of Warwick
Comments by: Eleonore Von Haller