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(April 29th) Hiroshima Philosophy Forum #1: Mind & Cognition

Date and Time
April 29th, 2017 9:30-18:40

Venue
Room 504, Satellite Campus Hiroshima
(1-5-3 Otemachi Nakaku Hiroshima, 730-0051)

Language
English

Program
(1) 9:30 - 10:30 Eisuke Sakakibara, the University of Tokyo
“The problem of neuroenhancement in psychiatric practice” 
(2) 10:30 - 11:30 John O'Dea, the University of Tokyo
“The colour of darkness: Lessons from blackness about the nature of colour”
(3) 11:30 - 12:30 Koji Ota, Niigata University
“The complex nature of the concept of free will” 

[lunch  break]

(4) 2:00 - 2:50 Ryoji Sato, the University of Tokyo
“Perception of persons and predictive processing”
(5) 2:50 - 3:40: Graham Peebles, University of Geneva
“The relation between unified conscious states”
(6) 4:00 - 4:50 Genki Uemura, Okayama University
“On the intentional structure of (hetero-induced) shame/pride”
(7) 4:50 - 6:20 Tim Bayne, Monash University
“How to build a consciousness meter”

[Discussion]

Related Event
Philosophy Research Seminar: Giuliano Torrengo
Lecturer: Giuliano Torrengo, University of Milan
Title: “How could time really flow?”
Date and  Time: April 18th, 18:00-19:30
Venue: Room 504, Satellite Campus Hiroshima
(1-5-3 Otemachi Nakaku Hiroshima, 730-0051)
Language: English

Access to the Venue
5 minutes walking distance from the Hiroshima Dentetsu "Hondori" station
Website of the Satellite Campus Hiroshima (It directs you to the website of Prefectural University of Hiroshima, available in Japanese only)
Map around the venue

Organizer
Dr. Kengo Miyazono (Associate Professor, Hiroshima University)

Inquiries
Dr. Kengo Miyazono
Associate Professor, Hiroshima University

kengomiyazono*gmail.com (Please replace * with @)


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