[SydPhil] Macquarie University: Social Cognition and Cultural Evolution Workshop With Cecelia Heyes 2/8/16
richard.menary at mq.edu.au
Wed Jul 20 16:26:11 AEST 2016
On the second of August, the Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics and the Centre for Cognition and its Disorders at Macquarie University are holding a one day workshop on Social Cognition and Cultural Evolution with Professor Cecelia Heyes (Oxford) to deliver the keynote address: “The Cultural Evolution of Mindreading". The workshop will include an interdisciplinary line up of speakers from Philosophy and Psychology:
9.30 coffee and arrival.
10 - 11.30 Cecelia Heyes (Oxford) “The Cultural Evolution of Mindreading"
11.30 - 12.30 Richard Menary (Macquarie) “Is the Enculturation of Social Cognition More Like Mathematics or Reading?"
12.30 - 1.30 lunch
1.30 - 2.30 Penny Van Bergen (Macquarie) “Perspective Taking in Children and Families: Links to Reminiscing"
2.30 - 3.30 Rachael Brown (ANU) "Going One Step Further: Extending Heyes’ Account of Mindreading"
3.30 - 4 Coffee
4.00 - 5.00 Ron Planer (ANU) "Opacity of Mind Theory, Communication, and Coordination: The Case of the Yolngu”
5.00 - 6.00 Max Coltheart (Macquarie) “Confabulation and Conversation”
The workshop is free to attend, but please register for catering purposes by emailing richard.menary at mq.edu.au<mailto:richard.menary at mq.edu.au>. The workshop will be held at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management room 267. http://www.mq.edu.au/about/contacts-and-maps/maps
Dr. Richard Menary
ARC Future Fellow
Department of Philosophy<http://www.mq.edu.au/about_us/faculties_and_departments/faculty_of_arts/department_of_philosophy/staff/richard_menary/>
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Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics<http://cave.mq.edu.au/people/executive_members/>
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