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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: The Semantics and Epistemology of Mental State Ascriptions", 30 Sep - 1 Oct 2011, GERMANY

Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)

The Registration is now open. To register please fill out and submit the registration form you 
find on the following web page



Chairs: Simone Duca, Albert Newen, Tomoo Ueda, Markus Werning
13.00-14.00:   Katarzyna Jaszczolt (Cambridge) "/Representing Beliefs De Se/"
14.00-15.00:   Simone Duca (Bochum) "/Self-directed Meta-beliefs/"

15.00-15.30Coffee Break
15.30-17.00: *Roundtable talks *(contributed)

17.00-17.15Coffee break
17.15-17.45:   Tomoo Ueda (Bochum) "/The Communicative Role of Propositional 
17.45-18.45:   Paul Saka (U Texas) "/Belief Reports/"
*/Conference dinner/*(19.00-22.00)

*/Colloquium (continued)/*
09.15-10.15:   Hannes Leitgeb (LMU, Munich) "/Qualitative and Quantitative 
Belief Ascription/s"
10.15-11.15:   Robert Matthews (Rutgers) "/Propositional Attitudes and their 
Attribution: A Measurement-theoretic Account/"
11.15-11.45:   Coffee break
11.45-12:45:   Markus Werning (Bochum) "/Propositional Attitudes and Mixed 
12.45-14.15:   Lunch & Poster Session
14.15-15.15:   Mark Richard (Harvard) "/Attitudes, Semantics, and Pragmatics/"
15.15-16.15:   Albert Newen (Bochum) "/Attitude Ascriptions and Mental Files/"

16.15-16.45Coffee Break
16.45-17.45:   John Perry (Stanford) "/Networks and Attitudes/"

Scientific Organization (Workshop):

Prof. Albert Newen, Prof. Markus Werning, Dr. Simone Duca, Tomoo Ueda

General Organization (SPE 4): Prof. Markus Werning and Prof. Heinrich Wansing



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