CIVIII programme – Thursday [with added stuff]

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This is the programme for the 3rd 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.

—Work in progress—

Thursday 30th Aug:

09:00 – Symposium (Casken)

Plurals and collectivity

Kirk Ludwig (Indiana)

Alex Oliver (Cambridge)

Thomas Smith (Manchester)

11:00 – Coffee (G16)

11:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers: Identity / Institutional facts / Epistemic issues (ALB)

Identity:  ### – (G. 30/31 ALB)

###

Institutional facts: Collective intentionality and social reality – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Giuliano Torrengo (Barcelona)

Epistemic issues: Assertion as joint epistemic action – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Seamus Miller (Charles Stuart University – CAPPE)

12:00 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers: Identity / Institutional facts / Epistemic issues (ALB)

Identity: Collective identity and memory – (G. 30/31 ALB)

David P. Schweikard (Münster)

Institutional facts: Social ontology and immanent realism – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Alessandro Salice (Vienna)

Epistemic issues: Deference to Groups: does conforming to the language use of a community make your judgements more reliable? – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Cathal O’Madagain (University College Dublin)

12:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers: Identity / Institutional facts / Epistemic issues (ALB)

Identity: Collective intentionality and collective identity – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Rico Hauswald (Humboldt University of Berlin)

Institutional facts: That’s mine, I believe! The success semantics of ownership judgments – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Luca Tummolini (ISTC-CNR, Rome)

Epistemic issues: Aggregation and justification – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Raul Hakli (Helsinki)

13:00 – Lunch (G16)

14:00 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers: Intentions and intentionality / Reasons and rationality / Experimental psychology (ALB)

Intentions and intentionality: Ascription of Intention in a Cooperative Task: a function of coupling strength and task stability?– (G. 30/31 ALB)

Gonzalo C. de Guzman (Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences, Florida Atlantic)

Reasons and rationality: The Effects of Social Ties on Coordination: conceptual foundations for an empirical analysis – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Frederic Moisan (IRIT, Tolouse)

Experimental psychology: You Are In My (Motor) Plans: shared representations and predictive simulation reflected in the kinematics
of a joint-grasping task
– (2. 16/17 ALB)

Lucia Maria Sacheli (Sapienza, Rome)

14:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers: Intentions and intentionality / Reasons and rationality / Experimental psychology (ALB)

Intentions and intentionality: Intention and Recrimination: do shared intentions (alone) generate non-conditional obligations– (G. 30/31 ALB)

Lilian O’Brien (University College Cork)

Reasons and rationality: Idealizations, individualism, and the truly social act – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Sara Rachel Chant (Missouri)

Experimental psychology: The Evolving Relationship Between I-Intentionality and We-Intentionality: an empirical investigation – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Antonio Rizzo (Siena)

15:00 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers: Intentions and intentionality / Reasons and rationality / Experimental psychology (ALB)

Intentions and intentionality: Social cognition and the content of shared intentionality– (G. 30/31 ALB)

Mattia L. Gallotti (Jean Nicod)

Reasons and rationality: Love’s bond, plural subjects & the normative authority of plural reasons & ends – (G. 35/36 ALB)

Joseph Kisolo-Ssonko (Sheffield)

Experimental psychology: Interpersonal Coordination: From the imitation to the interaction – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Carlos Cornejo (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)

15:30 – 3 parallel sessions of submitted papers: Intentions and intentionality / Reasons and rationality / Experimental psychology (ALB)

Intentions and intentionality: When the intentions of members are irrelevant to the intentions of the group – (G. 30/31 ALB)

Brian Epstein (Tufts)

Reasons and rationality: ### – (G. 35/36 ALB)

### (###)

Experimental psychology: The Power of Shared Experience: simultaneous observation with similar others activates social learning – (2. 16/17 ALB)

Garriy Shteynberg (Northwestern, Kellogg)

16:00 – Coffee (G16)

16:00 – Plenary (Casken):

Joint intention

Kit Fine (NYU)

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.

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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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