Philosophy & Neuroscience at the Gulf V. Updated daily throughout the conference. The best laid plans… More coming as I’m able. Send your best photos to firstname.lastname@example.org Placeholder photo as we await your contributions.
The Brains Blog this week (Sept. 12-16) is featuring The Tools of Neuroscience Experiment: Philosophical and Scientific Perspectives, edited by John Bickle, Carl Craver, and Ann-Sophie Barwich. Monday’s post features Bickle’s account of what motivated the volume, and his chapter overview. Read more
Think about it! The final program for Philosophy & Neuroscience @the Gulf V–that’s five years y’all have been doing this!–is now available. Fifth Annual Meeting of the Deep South Philosophy & Neuroscience Workgroup Philosophy & Neuroscience @ The Gulf V Read more
Philosophy & Neuroscience at the Gulf V Fifth Annual Meeting of the Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup September 22-24 (Thursday-Saturday), 2022 Hilton Pensacola Beach Hotel, Pensacola Beach, FL Workshop Themes: Microscopy in Neuroscience Philosophy of Neuroscience Varia Please consider Read more
Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup Philosophy and Neuroscience Graduate Student Showcase I 2022 Pacific APA Meeting Vancouver, British Columbia April 13 & 14 Patricia Churchland and James Woodward were scheduled to comment, but were unable to attend. Megan Delehanty Read more
First Call for Abstracts MARK YOUR CALENDARS Philosophy and Neuroscience at the Gulf V Fifth Annual Meeting of the Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup Dates and Location of in-person meeting: Hilton Pensacola Beach Hotel, Pensacola Beach, FL September 22-24 Read more
Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup Philosophy and Neuroscience Graduate Student Showcase I Wednesday, April 13, 2022, 6:00-8:00 PDT Session G1B Room TBA Nedah Nemati, University of Pittsburgh, History and Philosophy of Science NNN10@pitt.edu “What are we ‘reading’ in Read more
Author Meets Critics: GUALTIERO PICCININI (U. MISSOURI ST. LOUIS) Neurocognitive Mechanisms: Explaining Biological Cognition View or download PDF of session advertisement