[SydPhil] First Person Perspectives Workshop 8 Nov 11am-4pm

Dalia Nassar dalia.nassar at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 10:45:54 AEDT 2012

First Person Perspectives Workshop

8 November 2012

11am – 4pm

Education Seminar Room 434

Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney

*Organized by Paul Redding and Dalia Nassar*

All are welcome


*Session 1:*

11.00–11.30: Pierre-Jean Renaudie, "First-person Descriptions and the
Expressive Fallacy: Remarks on Sellars and Husserl"

11.30-12.00: Talia Morag, “Moran on Avowal: the Case of Emotion”

12.00 – 12.45: Discussion

 *12.45 – 2.00: lunch break*

 *Session 2:*

2.00-2.20: David Macarthur, “The Importance of the Second-Person in
Austin’s Epistemology”

 2.20-2.40: Daniela Helbig, “Subjective Experience and Experimental
Subjects. Cases from aviation research"

 2.40–3.00: Discussion

 *Session 3***

3.00–3.20: Jakob Ziguras, “Plotinus on Intellection; or, Why the
First-person Perspective is not ‘Subjective’”

 3.20–3.40: Paul Redding, “First- and Third-person Conceptions of
Intentionality in Kant and Hegel”

 3.40-4.00: Discussion

 4.00 Finish
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