Past events

Jun 21

Jun 22

Workshop UNIFR/Liege

Gianfranco Soldati

Meeting in Fribourg of the Fribourg/Liège research group.

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Jun 17

Conference: “Fiction and Cognition”

Miloud Belkoniene

Speakers: Mariìa Joseì Alcaraz Leoìn (University of Murcia): “More than Make-believe: On the Uses of Imagination in Understanding Fictional Literature” Stacie Friend (Birbeck College): “The Empirical Dimension of Learning from Fiction” Peter Lamarque (University of York): “On De-Emphasising Empathy Among Responses Eileen John (Kent University): “What Is it Like to Experience Something as Fiction? Derek Matravers (Open University): “Fiction, Internal Inconsistency, and Belief” Jukka Mikkonen (Tampere University): “Narrative Cognition” Keith Oatley (University of Toronto): “The truth in fiction: Much more…

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Jun 16

Conference: “Fiction and Cognition”

Miloud Belkoniene

Speakers: Mariìa Joseì Alcaraz Leoìn (University of Murcia): “More than Make-believe: On the Uses of Imagination in Understanding Fictional Literature” Stacie Friend (Birbeck College): “The Empirical Dimension of Learning from Fiction” Peter Lamarque (University of York): “On De-Emphasising Empathy Among Responses Eileen John (Kent University): “What Is it Like to Experience Something as Fiction? Derek Matravers (Open University): “Fiction, Internal Inconsistency, and Belief” Jukka Mikkonen (Tampere University): “Narrative Cognition” Keith Oatley (University of Toronto): “The truth in fiction: Much more…

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May 28

EXRE Colloquium: Luciana Priolo (Fribourg), Individuation, Time and Self-knowledge

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 17:15 - 19:00
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May 22

EXRE Colloquium: The Importance of Being Someone – On Benovsky’s No-Self View, Donnchadh O’Conaill (Fribourg) & Jiri Benovsky (Fribourg)

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Jiri Benovsky has recently outlined a no-self view on which there are no subjects of experiences, only ‘experiences arranged self-wise’ (Eliminativism, Objects, and Persons: The Virtues of Non-Existence, 2019). Benovsky offers a novel account of the subjectivity and unity of experiences which does not involve appealing to a subject who has them. On this account, the subjectivity, phenomenality and neural characteristics of experiences are different aspects of the one event or property. The view thus combines ontological monism with a…

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May 1

EXRE Colloquium: Davood Bahjat (Fribourg) TBA

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 17:15 - 19:00
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Apr 13

Conference “Phenomenal Consciousness and Self-Awareness”

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 09:00 - 18:00

Saturday, April 13thSalon des Professeurs, Miséricorde9.30-10.50 Michelle Liu (Oxford) ‘Revelation and the Ordinary Conception of Experience’ coffee break  11.10-12.30Davide Bordini (Liège)‘Not in the Mood for Intentionalism’ lunch break 14.00-15.20Anna Giustina (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris) ‘Introspective Acquaintance: An Integration Account’ coffee break  15.40-17.00François Kammerer (UC Louvain)‘Alternative Introspection(s)’ contact: donnchadh.oconaill@unifr.ch

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Apr 12

Conference “Phenomenal Consciousness and Self-Awareness”

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 09:00 - 18:00

Friday, April 12thSalon des Professeurs, Miséricorde9.00-10.20 Daniel Morgan (York)‘Self-awareness and safety’ coffee break  10.40-12.00Carlota Serrahima (Logos-BIAP, Barcelona)‘A defence of experientialism about the sense of bodily ownership’ lunch break 13.30-14.50 Hedda Hassel Mørch (Oslo)‘Phenomenal Powers’ coffee break  15.10-16.30Alexandre Billon (Lille) ‘A subjectivist solution to the hard problem of consciousness’ coffee break  16.50-18.10Maiya Jordan (Alberta) (paper will be read on her behalf) ‘Iterative Pre-Reflection versus Non-Iterative Pre-Reflection: Two Arguments for Iteration’ contact: donnchadh.oconaill@unifr.ch

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Apr 10

EXRE Colloquium: Arturs Logins (Geneva) “Lotteries, Beliefs, and Emotions: A Conjecture About Being Confident and the Lottery Paradox”

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Abstract: A common assumption within the Lottery Paradox debate isthat we are somehow confused about epistemic justification and, hence, should revise our intuitive, but a paradox-generating understanding of it. This paperrevisits that assumption. The suggestion is that the paradox stems more specificallyfrom our confusion about justification of beliefs, not justification toutcourt, since there is no Lottery Paradox in the case of justified emotions andother non-belief states. A conjecture as to what exactly might be problematic orconfusion inducing in our ordinary…

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Mar 27

EXRE Colloquium: Elodie Malbois (Fribourg) “On the Importance of Understanding Others”

Miloud Belkoniene Time: 17:15 - 19:00
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