PLM Workshop on Delusion in Language and Mind

Date
23 October 2020, 10.00am - 24 October 2020, 5.00pm
Type
Workshop
Venue
Amsterdam Science Park Conference Centre and Online
Description


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The Fifth PLM Workshop on Delusion in Language and Mind, will be held in Amsterdam, October 23---24, 2020.


The workshop will be held on-site in the Turingzaal of the Amsterdam Science Park Conference Centre, Science Park 125, Amsterdam, but also live on-line using Zoom.

Registration

Attendance of the workshop is free of costs, but there is only limited room for on-site participation. Pre-registration is obligatory and can be arranged via this form.

Speaker and Commentators

  • Michel Croce and Tommaso Piazza (Lisboa), Epistemic Vices and Responsibility in Fake News Consumption.
    Comments: Corine Besson (London) / Brice Bantegnie (Praha)
  • Anna Drożdżowicz (London), Ordinary illusions in speech sound and voice perception and what they can teach us.
    Comments: Tadeusz Ciecierski (Warszawa)
  • Benjamin Icard (Paris), A Dynamic Epistemic Account of Deceptive Planning.
    Comments: Deb Marber (St Andrews)
  • Kamil Lemanek (Warszawa), Inferentialism, Scorekeeping, and Earnest Delusion.
    Comments: Triinu Eesmaa (Wien)
  • Patricia Mirabile and Zachary Horne (Amsterdam), Features of conspiracy theories and of conspiracists' minds.
    Comments: Teresa Marques (Barcelona)
  • Hana Möller Kalpak, (Stockholm) Delusions in fragmented systems of belief.
    Comments: Dirk Kindermann (Wien)
  • Valentina Petrolini (Salzburg / University of Basque Country), `I Am the Greatest': Adaptive and Disruptive Varieties of Overconfidence.
    Comments: Michiel van Lambalgen (Amsterdam)
  • Andrea Rivadulla (Barcelona), Can fragmentationism help a doxastic account of delusions?
    Comments: Brice Bantegnie (Praha)

Program and Poster

Program (TBA). Poster. List of Speakers.

PLM

PLM is a European network of centers devoted to the Philosophy of Language and Mind founded in 2010.


Contact

Institute of Philsophy
IP@sas.ac.uk
020 7664 4865