Venue: York Medical Society, 23 Stonegate, York, YO10 8AW
10.00-11.00: Registration and tea/coffee
1.45-3.30: Mohan Matthen (Toronto). Many Molyneux Questions: How Many Representations of Space do we Need?
Respondent: Heather Logue (Leeds)
3.45-5.30: James Franklin (New South Wales). Molyneux’s Question, Neonate Intermodal Perception and the Objects of Mathematics
Respondent: Clare Mac Cumhaill (Durham)
Drinks and dinner
9.00-10.45: L. A. Paul (North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Phenomenal Discovery
Respondent: Keith Allen (York)
11.00-12.45: Becko Copenhaver (Lewis and Clark). Berkeley, Molyneux and Perceptual Learning
Respondent: Louise Moody (York)
Respondent: Alex Kerr (Berkeley)
3.45-5.30: M. G. F. Martin (UCL). On ‘Molyneux’s Question’
Respondent: Paul Noordhof (York)
Abstracts for the conference talks are here.
All are welcome, but since places are limited please email email@example.com to register. There is a charge of £15 per person to cover lunch and refreshments which graduate students, those on temporary contracts and the unwaged are not required to pay.