A two-day symposium will be held at the University of Tokyo (Komaba campus) on the weekend of July 30-31st, immediately after the 31st International Congress of Psychology in Yokohama. All are welcome. Registration is required, but free (using the form at the bottom of this page). The symposium is sponsored by the Philosophy of Disability and Co-existence Project (L2 project) of The University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy's Uehiro Research Divison for Philosophy of Co-existence. A light lunch will be provided.
Organizers: Kengo Miyazono (Hiroshima University) and John O'Dea (University of Tokyo)
July 29th (Friday): Tokyo Colloquium on Cognitive Philosophy (pre-symposium talk)
Eisuke Sakakibara (Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo)
- Bizarre delusions as an understandable response to abnormal experience: Maher’s theory of delusion revisited.
* This talk will take place in a different location: KIBER Room 110, 1F (building 26 on this map).
July 30th (Saturday)
Akiko Frischhut (Akita International University)
- Presentism and Temporal Experience.
2:00-3:30pm: Graham Peebles (University of Geneva)
- Targetless States: No New Problem for The Higher-Order Theory
4:00-5:30pm: Kengo Miyazono (Hiroshima University)
- Perception without presentational phenomenology.
July 31th (Sunday)
Philip Gerrans (University of Adelaide)
- Pathologies of Self Awareness. Pain Asymbolia and Depersonalisation
2:00-3:30pm: Rachel Gunn (University of Birmingham)
- Delusion – a philosophical conceptualisation from original empirical work.
4:00-5:30pm: Kathy Puddifoot (University of Birmingham)
- Mindreading, Stereotyping and Mental Illness
The symposium will be held at the following location:
Collaboration Room 2, 4F, Building 18,
The University of Tokyo, Komaba campus
(See the map below)
Kaken Grant number 27-50534377