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Perception and Mental Imagery in Philosophy and Psychology Event

Senecio - Paul Klee
Date:
26 January 2018
Venue:
Lecture Theatre C, Avenue Campus, University of Southampton SO17 1BF

For more information regarding this event, please email Dan Cavedon-Taylor at d.cavedon-taylor@southampton.ac.uk .

Event details

Both perception and mental imagery are fundamental to our lives.

But in what precise respects do the two have a common nature? For instance, to what extent are core functional, phenomenological and neurobiological properties of perception shared by mental imagery (and vice versa)? In this one-day interdisciplinary conference, philosophers and psychologists will join together at Southampton to discuss these, and other, foundational questions about perception, mental imagery and the various relations between them.

Attendance is free and open to all, but you must register to attend by emailing Dan Cavedon-Taylor.

Speakers:

Times 
10:30-11:45

Wendy Adams (Psychology, University of Southampton)

Title tbc

11:45-13:00

Jake Quilty-Dunn (Philosophy, Oxford)

"Iconic Representation"

13:00-14:15 **Lunch - own arrangements**
14:15-15:30

Bence Nanay (Centre for Philosophical Psychology, Antwerp)

"Seeing Things You Don't See"

 16:00-17:15

Petra Vetter (Psychology, Royal Holloway)

"Influencing Early Vision From the Top Down: Cognitive Penetration and the Role of Mental Imagery"

Dinner and drinks - email Dan Cavedon-Taylor to book a place

This conference is made possible by generous funding from the Aristotelian Society, Mind Association and the University of Southampton.

 

Mind Association
Mind Association
Aristotelian Society
Aristotelian Society

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