May 25, 2021: Ned Block: Is there a fundamental difference between perception and cognition?
Is there a fundamental difference between perception and cognition?
May 25, 2021, h. 6.30 pm.
Attendance is FREE but registration is compulsory.
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Recent evidence of cognitive penetration of perception, recent work on hierarchical Bayesian theories of the mind and the lack of any demarcation in the brain between perception and cognition, have all contributed to the view that there is no fundamental difference between perception and cognition. This talk will explain why nonetheless there is a joint in nature between cognition and perception
The conference will be streamed on YouTube on the Department's channel
The Lectures will be held in English.
Participation is strongly recommended to students of the Doctoral School in Philosophy and Human Sciences and to students of the Doctoral School of Mind, Brain, and Reasoning.
Everyone interested is welcome to attend.