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AISB event Bulletin Item

Call for Graduate Papers (Essay contest), Rudolf Carnap Lectures 2010

*Second Call for Graduate Papers *

*International Graduate Workshop "Consciousness, Other Minds and Naturalizing the Mind" *

This workshop is part of the Rudolf Carnap Lectures 2010

Keynote speaker: Prof. David Papineau, King's College London.

March 8th-10th (the workshop will be held on March 9)

Room GABF 04/714, Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany) 

Graduate students are invited to submit a paper on one of the following topics: Consciousness, Other Minds, or Naturalizing the Mind. We also accept papers that are loosely attached to the topics, but still remain in the area of philosophy of language, mind and science. Selected papers are presented during a workshop with Prof. David Papineau, and will be considered for publication in a special issue of the international journal "Philosophia". The authors also receive free accommodation and a 200 euro award.

Submissions (full papers, no longer than 3000 words) for the graduate workshop should be send electronically to:  Submission guideline can be found at:

Deadline for Submission: February 5th

General Registration until February 25th (register before January 21 and we can organize a cheap room in Bochum)


Prof. Dr. Albert Newen, Dr. Leon de Bruin
Institut fr Philosophie, Ruhr--Universitt Bochum

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*Program Rudolf Carnap Lectures 2010 *

Lecture I: Monday, March 8th, 11:30-13:15, Room GABF 04/714 The Phenomenal Concept Strategy

Lecture II: Monday, March 8th, 15:15-17:15, Room GABF 04/714 Mind the Gap

Lecture III: Tuesday, March 9th, 10:15-12:15, Room GABF 04/714 The Intuition of Distinctness

Public Lecture: Tuesday, March 9th, 18:15-20:00, Room HGA 20

Lecture IV: Wednesday, March 10th, 10:15-12:15, Room GABF 04/714 Mental Causation

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