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Reading Emotions Conference 2019: About Time

We are delighted to announce the eighth year of the ‘Reading Emotions’ meeting on 6th and 7th June, 2019. This year, our theme is ‘About time: Temporal perspectives on affective processes’, featuring talks by Randy McIntosh, Carien van Reekum, Katie Gray, Sonia Bishop, and Luiz Pessoa.   Affective processes are inherently dynamic, from both first […]

Concepts, Pointers and Occasion-specific Thoughts

CCR members may be interested in this conference in London in June: CONCEPTS, POINTERS, AND OCCASION-SPECIFIC THOUGHTS Date: 3-4th June 2019 Venue: Room G7, Ground Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU Registration: £20 (£10 graduate students), to include refreshments and lunch. If you would like to attend, please register by 30th May at the following link: https://philosophy.sas.ac.uk/events/event/19674 […]

CCR Summer Seminar 2019 details

Please see the timetable for the CCR summer series below.  Talks start this Tuesday— everyone welcome! ———– Developing and Applying New Quantitative Methods in Experimental Philosophy of Language CINN Conference Room, Psychology Building Tuesdays, 1pm-2:45 The philosophy of language has recently undergone an “experimental turn”, in which the most interesting contemporary philosophical work on language is informed […]

Further details for Dan Dennett events, 8-10 May

Albert Wolters Events, 2019 Wednesday 8-May Growing Autonomy in Human and Artificial Agents Symposium featuring new work by Dennett in collaboration with Keith Frankish, bringing together experts from Psychology, Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and Artificial Intelligence. Other speakers include robotics innovator Josh Bongard (Vermont), philosophers of mind Emma Borg (Reading) and Cecilia Heyes (Oxford), philosopher of […]

Albert Wolters Lecture 2019: Professor Daniel Dennett

We are delighted to announce that Prof. Daniel Dennett will be visiting the University of Reading in May to deliver the prestigious Albert Wolters Lecture (9th May). Before the lecture he will also give the keynote talk at a symposium on ‘Growing Autonomy in Human and Artificial Agents’ (8th May). Finally, in the run-up to […]

CCR Summer Seminar Series 2019

We are delighted to announce the programme for the CCR summer seminar series 2019 (the seventh consecutive year of this seminar programme). This year’s topic is: Developing and Applying New Quantitative Methods in Experimental Philosophy of Language Full details of the programme can be found here. All very welcome!

UoR Virtual Reality workshop 11/06/18

Please see details below regarding a CINN-funded multidisciplinary VR event taking place at the Henley Business School (Whiteknights) on Monday 11 June, 2018. Virtual technologies have become increasingly prevalent in the modern world. The affordability of such technologies have made them accessible across disciplines and we continue to see a growing interest in using virtual […]

Summer Seminar 2018: Pain and belief

In the run up to our ‘Pain and Belief: from meaning to modulation’ conference (12-13th June), the CCR summer seminar this will be on the same topic, looking at papers by the external speakers. Timetable is below and all are very welcome! All meetings are: Tuesdays 2-3.30pm Readings available at: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hee8d50i207kwr6/AAD-gTTLmoaTqPgZQvcUg6iaa?dl=0 DATE TITLE LOCATION PRESENTER […]

Reading Emotions: Pain and Belief

The annual University of Reading: Reading Emotions conference will take place on Tuesday 12th June and the morning of Wednesday 13th June 2018. This year the theme will be: “Pain and Belief: From Meaning to Modulation”   Details of the programme and other information is on the conference website: https://sites.google.com/site/readingemotions/   Registration is now open, […]

Interdisciplinary early career researchers Reading

Early career researchers associated with CCR may well be interested in this initiative from CiNN: Early career interdisciplinary network  

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