2021

Formats of Vision & Thought Workshop

YORK UNIVERSITY

Spring

Conference POSTPONED

Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the Formats of Vision & Thought Workshop (originally scheduled for May 3-4, 2020) has been postponed to Spring 2021. Details will be announced once we have determined a new date for the workshop.

Zed Adams (The New School)

Mariela Aguilera (CONICET)

Ned Block (NYU)

Elisabeth Camp (Rutgers)

Susan Carey (Harvard)

Rosa Cao (Stanford)

Sam Clarke (York)

Santiago Echeverri (UNAM)

Nemira Gasiunas (Columbia)

Gabriel Greenberg (UCLA)

Kevin Lande (York)
Jessie Munton (Cambridge)

Carlotta Pavese (Cornell)

Jake Quilty-Dunn (Oxford/Wash U)

For more information contact

Jake Beck (jbeck@yorku.ca)

Sam Clarke (spclarke@yorku.ca)

or Kevin Lande (lande@yorku.ca)

The Formats of Vision & Thought

SPRING 2021

GLADSTONE HOTEL, DOWNTOWN TORONTO

This event is generously supported by York University’s Department of Philosophy and Vision: Science to Applications Program, thanks in part to funding from the Canada First Research Excellence Fund.

 
 

ABOUT

the workshop

Conference POSTPONED

Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the Formats of Vision & Thought Workshop (originally scheduled for May 3-4, 2020) has been postponed to Spring 2021. Details will be announced once we have determined a new date for the workshop.

Seeing and thinking are information-processing activities. What are the forms in which visual and cognitive information are coded? This question is of immense interest for both psychological research into the processes underlying vision and thinking and for philosophical investigation into the nature of mind and knowledge. This Workshop brings together the foremost theorists on this issue from around the world and at all career stages. 

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