The Subjective Structure of Consciousness
|Dates:||21 June 2014 - 22 June 2014|
|Times:||09:30 - 17:30|
|What is it:||Conferences|
|Organiser:||School of Social Sciences|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Alumni, Current University students, General public|
The subjectivity of conscious experience has been increasingly recognised as a crucial target for consciousness research. This interdisciplinary workshop will address a range of key questions about the subjective structure of consciousness: What does it mean to say that a mental state is subjective? Does conscious experience have a distinctive subjective structure? How do these structures arise from their neural substrates? What role does the body play in subjective representation? In what sense, if any, can artificial systems represent the world subjectively? What can we learn from cases in which the typical subjective structure of consciousness is disrupted?
Follow the link on the right, under 'Further reading', for the conference website.
To book a place, please email Tom McClelland, firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel and Contact Information
International Anthony Burgess Foundation
3 Cambridge St.