CitSotMaB2016: CAUSALITY IN THE SCIENCES OF THE MIND AND BRAIN
June 27-29th 2016, Aarhus University, Denmark
This conference in the Causality in the Sciences (CitS) series will focus on causality in the sciences of the mind and brain. Included in these sciences are psychology, psychiatry, neuroscience and cognitive neuroscience. The questions that this conference will address include: What characterizes the notion of causation in the sciences of the mind and brain? Are different notions required for different sciences or experimental methods? Are there differences in the notions that are explicitly and implicitly assumed in the methods employed? What counts as causal evidence in these sciences? What role is played by information of interventions and physical mechanisms in identifying causal claims in the sciences of the mind and brain?
INVITED AND CONFIRMED SPEAKERS
Uljana Feest (Leibniz University), Michael Baumgartner (University of Geneva), John Campbell University of California at Berkeley), Holly Andersen (Simon Frazier University), Jacqueline Sullivan (University of Western Ontario), Carrie Figdor (University of Iowa).
Papers addressing these and related issues concerning the epistemology, metaphysics, methodology and semantics of causality in these sciences are invited for presentation by both philosophers and scientists. Submissions must at the same time address the issue of causality and engage with the sciences.
This conference is an event in the conference series “Causality in the Sciences”
February 15th, 2016 deadline for submission of titles and abstracts of papers for presentation
- 500 word abstract
- To be submitted via Easychair (link on conference webpage: http://conferences.au.dk/causality2016/)
- All abstracts will be carefully refereed
March 15th, 2016 notification of acceptance of papers for presentation.
Instructions for registration will be listed on webpage in due course.
On behalf of the organizing committee,
Dr. Lise Marie Andersen (Aarhus University)