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Analytic Phenomenology, Intentionality and Consciousness | October 13-15, 2021

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Analytic Phenomenology, Intentionality and Consciousness

IUSS online Workshop - October 13-15, 2021

The Mark of the Mental Project (PRIN 2017)
October 13-15, 2021

Keynote Speakers:
Katalin Farkas, Central European University
Angela Mendelovici, University of Western Ontario
Daniel Stoljar, Australian National University

Abstract 
Analytic philosophers of mind have traditionally conceived intentionality as a naturalistically acceptable relation holding between a subject's internal states and the targets represented by those states. Yet, recently, a growing number of philosophers has diverted from this tradition, analyzing intentionality in terms of a subject’s phenomenal experience. This diversion is now gaining momentum, and the number of philosophers breaking free from the naturalistic tradition is rapidly rising; so much so that a "phenomenological turn" is now taking place in the analytic philosophy of mind. Analytic phenomenology aims to explain intentionality in terms of phenomenal properties and tries to expand the phenomenal domain to non-sensory states, defending the claim that cognitive states (such as beliefs and desires) have a phenomenology in their own right.
In this workshop, we are going to explore this new wave of analytic phenomenology. In addition to contributed papers, the program includes three keynote talks, all delivered by leading figures in the field:
- Prof. Katalin Farkas (Central European University): Phenomenal intentionality and phenomenal functionalism
- Prof. Angela Mendelovici (University of Western Ontario), Deep internalism
- Prof. Daniel Stoljar (Australian National University), Acquaintance-based VS rationality-based accounts of introspection.

 


Official programme:

October 13 - Afternoon Session

14.45-14.50: Riccardo Pietrabissa, IUSS Rector
Greetings
14.50-15.00: Michele Di Francesco, IUSS Mark of the Mental Unit
Presentation of the Workshop
15.00-16.15 Keynote Speaker: Katalin Farkas, Central European University
Phenomenal Intentionality and Phenomenal Functionalism

16.15 - 16.30: 15 minutes break 

16.30-17.10: Valentina Martinis, Central European University
Defending the phenomenology of attitudes

17.10 - 17.15: 5 minutes break 

17.15-17.55 Andrea Pace Giannotta, University of Florence
Naturalizing Phenomenal Intentionality

17.55 - 18.00: 5 minutes break 

18.00-18.40 Daniel Kim, University of York
Minimal self and naive realism


October 14 - Afternoon Session

15.00-16.15: Keynote Speaker: Angela Mendelovici, University of Western Ontario
Deep Internalism

16.15 - 16.30: 15 minutes break

16.30-17.10: Jenny Hung, Stanford University and The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Reflexive awareness and reflexivity

17.10 - 17.15: 5 minutes break

17.15-17.55: Giulia Martina, University of Turin
Phenomenally-grounded intentionality for naive realists

October 15 - Morning Session

09.30-10.45 Keynote Speaker: Daniel Stoljar, National Australian University
Acquaintance-based vs. rationality-based accounts of introspection

10.45 - 11.00: 15 minutes break

11.00-11.40: Luca Dondoni, University College London
Against Russellian physicalism

11.40 - 11.45: 5 minutes break

11.45-12.25: Guy Lotan, Hebrew University in Jerusalem
Self-knowledge of desires

 

Link to the workshop:
https://iusspavia.zoom.us/j/99529506550 

 

The Mark of the Mental Project website:
https://markofthemental.weebly.com/

The Mark of the Mental unit at IUSS Pavia:
http://www.iusspavia.it/-/the-mark-of-the-mental-mom-prin-2017