It's that time of year again, The Online Consciousness Conference has posted the primary papers from this year's conference. Daniel Dennett is giving the invited talk, "A Phenomenal Confusion About Access and Consciousness."
The program for the Fifth Online Consciousness Conference is (nearly) finalized! The conference will begin on Friday February 15th sometime around noon EST (the names of the papers on this page will turn into links to the sessions once the conference begins). The papers for this year’s conference are available here in order to facilitate discussion at the conference.Here are the primary papers from this year's conference.
The program for CO5 is nearly finalized. The conference will begin on Friday February 15th at which point the sessions will become live (the name of the paper on the program will become a link to the session when the conference begins). Below are the papers (not commentaries) for this year’s participants. So, please read and think about these papers at your leisure and be sure to join us Feb 15-March 1st for the discussion.
- Farid Masrour - Space Perception, Visual Dissonance and the Fate of Standard Representationalism
- Matteo Grasso - Integrated Information Theory and the Metaphysics of Consciousness
- Eric Schwitzgebel - If Materialism is True, The United States is Probably Conscious
- Chad Kidd - The Idols of Inner-Awareness: Towards Disjunctive Self-Representationalism
- Miguel Sebastian - What Panpsychists Should Reject: On the Incompatibility of Panpsychism and Organizational Invariantism
- Cheryl Abbate - Nonhuman Animals: Not, Necessarily, Saints or Sinners
- Bence Nanay - Perceptual Content and the Content of Mental Imagery
- Joel Smith - Alienation and Self-Presentation
- Peter Langland-Hassan - Craniopagus Twins and the Possibility of Introspective Misidentification
- Katja Crone - Self-Consciousness, Interaction, and Understanding Others
- Daniel Morgan - A Demonstrative Model of First-Person Thought (coming soon)