2017 PhilMiLCog Graduate Student Conference
June 15, 2017 - June 17, 2017
PhilMiLCog is a three-day graduate conference with a broad and interdisciplinary scope. The conference, now in its 15th year, is recognized as one of the top philosophy graduate conferences in North America, synthesizing research from the Philosophy of Mind, Language, and Cognitive Science, including psychology, linguistics, evolution, and computer science. PhilMiLCog provides an opportunity for graduate students with common interests from various departments in North America and Europe to come together and participate in lively scholarly research with leading experts in their field.
To view further details about the conference and information on accommodations, please visit the PhilMiLCog website.
2017 Keynote Speakers:
Muhammad Ali Khalidi (Philosophy, York University)
Gillian Barker (Philosophy, University of Western Ontario)
Marc Joanisse (Brain and Mind Institute, University of Western Ontario)
2016: Mazviita Chirimuuta, Tim Bayne & Jessica Grahn
2015: Kristin Andrews & Genoveva Marti
2014: Berit Brogaard & Angela Mendelovici
2013: Edouard Machery & Jacqueline Sullivan
2012: Kathleen Akins & Brie Gertler
2011: William Lycan & Susan Schneider
2010: Fred Adams & Richard Samuels
2009: Jesse Prinz & John Nicholas
2008: Reinaldo Elugardo & Peter Ludlow
2007: Dorit Bar-On & Keith Simmons
2006: Michael Devitt & Ned Block
2005: Peter Carruthers & Robert Stainton
2004: Ernest Lepore & Chris Viger
2003: David Rosenthal
This year’s conference is sponsored by the Brain and Mind Institute, the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, and the Department of Philosophy at Western University.