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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: 'The Boundaries of the Mental", 14-16 March 2011

www.rub.de/philosophy/carnap2011
Contact: Robert Schtze, robert.schuetze@rub.de

Carnap Lecture, Bochum (Germany)

Dear all,

we cordially invite both registration and submissions for the following event in Bochum, Germany (with apologies for cross-posting)

Carnap Lectures 2011 'The Boundaries of the Mental'
       with Tim Crane (Cambridge, UK) & Katalin Farkas (Budapest)March 14th - 16th 2011


This will be held at:

Ruhr-Universitt Bochum
Institut fr Philosophie II
Universittsstr. 150
GA 04/187
44780 Bochum
Germany

*General* *registration* will be open until March 5th 2011.



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*Call for Graduate Papers*

Graduate students are cordially invited to submit papers on extended minds, extended selves, and social minds. Four submissions will be selected for presentation (25min. plus 10min. discussion); the authors will receive free accommodation and an award of 200?. Full papers (no longer than 3000 words) should be submitted electronically to Robert Schtze (robert.schuetze@rub.de) by *February 5th 2011*.



*Preliminary Program*



Monday, March 14th
11.30 - 13.15 | Tim Crane: Non-existent objects
15.15 - 17.30 | Tim Crane: Psychologism, semantics and the non-existent

  Tuesday, March 15th
10.15 - 12.15 | Katalin Farkas: Extended Minds
14.15 - 17.30 | Graduate Presentations ?Extended Mind, Extended Self, Social Mind?

18.15 - 20.00 | Tim Crane: What is distinctive of human thought? (Public Lecture, HGA20)



Wednesday, March 16th
10.15 - 12.15 | Katalin Farkas: Extended Selves



*General* *registration* will be open until March 5th 2011. Please email Lena Kstner (lena.kaestner@rub.de).



For detailed information concerning registration, accommodation and contact, please consult our website: www.rub.de/philosophy/carnap2011.



Scientific Organization:
Prof. Dr. Albert Newen, Lena Kstner

Ruhr-Universitt Bochum, Institut fr Philosophie II