Final Program “Naturalism, the First-Person Perspective and the Embodied Mind” – San Raffaele Spring School of Philosophy, June 3rd – 5th, 2014

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San Raffaele Spring School of Philosophy (SRSSP)
NATURALISM, THE FIRST PERSON PERSPECTIVE AND THE EMBODIED MIND
Lynne Baker’s Challenge: Metaphysical and Practical Approaches

Research Centres PERSONA, CeSEP, CRESA, CRISI
Faculty of Philosophy, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University
Room Aristotele (DIBIT 1)
Via Olgettina, 58 – 20132 Milan
June 3rd – 5th, 2014

Program
June 3, 2014

14.00 Opening address
Roberto Mordacci, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy

14.15-15.15 Lynne Rudder Baker – University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Cartesianism and the First-Person Perspective

15.15-15.45 Discussion

Chair: Roberto Mordacci – San Raffaele University, Milan

15.45-16.15 Break

16.15-16.55 Alan McKay – Queen’s University Belfast
Constitution, Mechanism, and Downward Causation

16.55-17.35 Sofia Bonicalzi – University of Pavia
Compatibilism, Agency and the First-Person Perspective

17.35-18.35 Mario De Caro – University of Roma Tre and Tufts University, Massachusetts
Naturalism and Realism

Chair: Roberto Mordacci – San Raffaele University, Milan

June 4, 2014

09.30-10.30 Michael Pauen – Berlin School of Mind and Brain and Humboldt University, Berlin
How Naturalism Can Save the Self

10.30-11.00 Break

11.00-12.00 Dermot Moran – University College Dublin
Defending the Transcendental Attitude: Husserl’s Concept of the Person and the Challenges of Naturalism

12.00-12.40 Alfredo Tomasetta – University of Bergamo
Is ‘Person’ Our Primary Kind?

Chair: Francesca De Vecchi – San Raffaele University, Milan

12.40-14.00 Lunch

14.00-14.40 Patrick Eldridge – KU Leuven
Observer Memories and Phenomenology

14.40-15.20 Giuseppe Lo Dico – Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan
Introspection Illusion and the Methodological Denial of the First-Person Perspective

15.20-16.00 Gaetano Albergo – University of Catania
The First Person Perspective Requirement in Pretence

16.00-16.30 Break

16.30-17.10 Marc Andree Weber – Freiburg University
First-Person Perspectives à la Baker: They Are Not What They Seem

17.10-18.10 Michele Di Francesco – Institute for Advanced Study (IUSS), Pavia and San Raffaele University, Milan
Real Selves? Subjectivity and the Subpersonal Mind

Chair: Elisabetta Sacchi – San Raffaele University, Milan

June 5, 2014

09.30-10.30 Kate Sonderegger – Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria
Naturalism and the Doctrine of Creation

10.30-11.00 Break

11.00-12.00 Massimo Reichlin – San Raffaele University, Milan
First-person Morality and the Role of Conscience

12.00-12.40 Treasa Campbell – New Europe College (NEC), Bucharest
A Humean Approach to the Epistemic Normativity of the Mechanisms Underlying the First Person Perspective

Chair: Roberta Sala – San Raffaele University, Milan

12.40-14.00 Lunch

14.00-15.00 Roberta De Monticelli – San Raffaele University, Milan
Haecceity? A Phenomenological Perspective

15.00-15.40 Bianca Bellini – San Raffaele University, Milan
For a Faithful Description of the First Person Perspective Phenomenon: Embodiment in a Body that Happens to be Mine

15.40-16.20 Valentina Cuccio – University of Palermo
Embodied Simulation and Mental Representations. Towards a Direct Role of the Body in Language Comprehension

16.20-16.50 Break

16.50-17.50 Lynne Baker – Replies to the objections/conclusions

Chair: Francesca Forlè – San Raffaele University, Milan

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