- the question of whether we directly see the world
- the nature of perception and perceptual experience more generally
- the nature of our knowledge of our own mental states
- the nature of our knowledge of the external world
- questions about what we can learn about the mind, and the nature of hallucination, from empirical results in psychology and brain science.
The conference will bring together philosophers and psychologists to debate and discuss these topics.
- Richard P. Bentall (Psychology, Bangor)
- Alex Byrne (Philosophy, MIT)
- Tim Crane (Philosophy, University College London)
- Katalin Farkas (Philosophy, Central European University)
- C. P. Fernyhough (Psychology, Durham)
- Dominic H ffytche (Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London)
- Matthew Nudds (Philosophy, Edinburgh)
- Howard Robinson (Philosophy, Central European University)
- Susanna Schellenberg (Philosophy, Australian National University)
- Brad Thompson (Philosophy, Southern Methodist University)
Call for Papers:
We invite papers by philosophers and psychologists and cognate disciplines, accessible to an interdisciplinary audience, on the topic of hallucination. Papers should be suitable for presentation in no more than 45 minutes. Papers should be original and unpublished and authors should be willing to submit their papers for consideration for inclusion in an edited volume arising from the conference. The papers will be chosen by the organizers on the basis of an abstracts of between 500 - 1000 words.
For more information, visit: http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/philosophy/cspe/presentfutureevents/hallucinationoncrete/.