CIVIII programme – Wednesday [with added stuff]

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This is the programme for the 2nd day of the 8th conference on Collective Intentionality – I’ve taken the info’ from the official programme and added what I hope are useful links to resources available on the web.

This includes links to paper’s & other content that may be relevant to the talks the participants are giving. Many of the papers are free to access (such as those hosted on the academics own websites) but some are in journals that require subscription (I’ve tried to link to free versions where they exist).

I’ve primarily put this together as an aid for my own research but I also hope that others might find it useful. If you know of any relevant good on-line resources please comment below with them and I will add. Apologies if there are any mistakes – please defer to the the official program as most accurate & up-to-date.

Wednesday 29th Aug:

09:00 – SINTELNET symposium (Casken)

Cooperative action and reasoning

Nicholas Bardsley (Reading)

A. J. Julius (UCLA) & alt. home page

Raimo Tuomela (Helsinki)

11:00 – Coffee (G16)

11:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers (Politics/Group cognition and affect/Norms)

Politics: Who Is Harming the Worst Off: collective agency and global poverty – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Bill Wringe (Bilkent)

Group cognition and affect: Collective emotions as ‘the glue’ of group solidarity – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Mikko Salmela (Helsinki)

Norms: What is it to accept a promise? – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Abraham S. Roth (Ohio) & alt. home page

12:00 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers (Politics/Group cognition and affect/Norms)

Politics: “Yes, We Can” – socio-economic rights and three senses of what we together can do and ought to do – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Felix C. Pinkert (St Andrews and Stirling)

Group cognition and affect: Phenomenology and the discovery of Common Mind – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Emanuele Caminada (Cologne)

Norms: Inferentialism and collective intentionality – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Javier González de Prado Salas (UNED, Spain)

Jesús Zamora Bonilla (UNED, Spain)

12:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers (Politics/Group cognition and affect/Norms)

Politics: The Transformation of Duties: from citizens to states and back again – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Stephanie Collins (Australian National University)

Holly Lawford-Smith (Australian National University)

Group cognition and affect: The naturalised mind socially extends – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Koosha Eghbal (Edinburgh)

Norms: Collective Akrasia – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Thomas Szanto (Vienna)

13:00 – Lunch (G16)

14:00 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers (Intersubjectivity/ Language and metaphysics/Science & the law)

Intersubjectivity: Joint attention in joint action – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Anika Fiebich (Ruhr University Bochum) Alt home page

Language and metaphysics: Grounding social concepts – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Miguel Hoeltje (Duisburg-Essen) alt home page

Science & the law: Membership and Knowledge: shared intentions in scientific research – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Silvia Tossut (San Raffaele)

14:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers (Intersubjectivity/ Language and metaphysics/Science & the law)

Intersubjectivity: The sense in joint attention – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Michael Wilby (Anglia Ruskin)

Language and metaphysics: Social properties – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Ásta Kristjana Sveinsdóttir (San Francisco State University) – Wikipedia entry

Science & the law: Parallels between joint action and biological individuality – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Cedric Paternotte (Bristol) Alt home page

15:00 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers (Intersubjectivity/ Language and metaphysics/Science & the law)

Intersubjectivity: Against Sharing – intersubjectivity and cross-creature embodiment – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Axel Seemann (Bentley)

Language and metaphysics: On the logical form of sentences about social reality – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Raphael van Riel (Ruhr University Bochum) Alt home page

Science & the law: Collective Acceptance – natural fact or juridical fiction? – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Daniela Tagliafico (Turin)

15:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers (Intersubjectivity/ Language and metaphysics/Science & the law)

Intersubjectivity: Triangulation, autism, and the conception of objectivity – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Meredith Plug (King’s College London)

Language and metaphysics: The shifty and unshifty behaviour of collective nouns – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Katherine Ritchie (Texas – Austin)

Science & the law: Beyond Plans and Practices: law as collective intentional institution of authority – (2. 16/17 ALB)

16:00 – Coffee (G16)

16:00 – Plenary (Casken):

Shared deliberation

Michael Bratman (Stanford) – Wikipedia Entry

20:00 – Conference dinner (EastzEast)

Location Codes:

  • G16 = Room G16, Ground Floor, Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama.
  • Cosmo = Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall, Ground Floor, Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama.
  • Casken = John Casken Lecture Theatre, Second Floor, Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama.
  • EastzEast = EastzEast Riverside,Deansgate, Manchester, Yorkshire M3 5BQ0161 834 3500

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About Joseph Kisolo

Philosopher teaching Ethics & Epistemology @ NottsUni and interested in in Social Ontology. Outside academia interested in climbing, design, geekery and radical social justice.
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