Beginning in Spring 2012, the Department of Analytic Philosophy of the Institute of Philosophy in Prague will host annual workshops on the current work in analytic philosophy - philosophy of science, mind and language, metaphysics as well as value theory. Each workshop will center on the work of a distinguished keynote speaker who will give a lecture and respond to presentations by a limited number of workshop participants. On occasion, the workshop may have the format of a symposium on a recently published book by the keynote speaker.
EM Workshop 2013 keynote speaker: Uriah Kriegel (The University of Arizona and Institut Jean Nicod, Paris)
Monday June 24th 09:30 Uriah Kriegel (Arizona/Institut Jean Nicod), Phenomenal Primitives 10:45 Sam Coleman (Hertfordshire), Representation, Consciousness and Subjectivity 11:30 Coffee Break 11:45 Tom McClelland (Glasgow), Does Self-Representationalism Solve the Problem of Consciousness? 12:30 Lunch Break 14:00 Phillip John Meadows (West of England), Naïve Realism And The Phenomenal Character of Perceptual Experience 14:45 Donnchadh O'Conaill (Durham), Self-Representationalism and Phenomenal Intentionality 15:30 Karol Polcyn (Szczecin), Imaginability, Beliefs and Possibility 17:00 Banquet at Grand Café Orient
Tuesday June 25th 09:30 Eros Corazza (San Sebastian/Carleton), Consciousness from a Third-Person Perspective 10:15 Ivan V. Ivanov (Warwick), The Case Against Cognitive Phenomenal Intentionality Externalism 11:00 Coffee Break 11:15 Davide Bordini (Milan), Phenomenal Intentionality and the Transparency of Experience 12:00 Petr Koťátko (Prague), Representations and Relations 12:45 Lunch Break 14:15 Elisabetta Sacchi and Alberto Voltolini (Turin), Against Phenomenological 15:00 Juraj Hvorecký (Prague), Targets of HOTs