Speakers

Workshop Warwick

Stephen Butterfill

Associate Professor in Philosophy at the University of Warwick. Research Areas: Joint Action, Mindreading and other philosophical issues in Developmental and Cognitive Psychology.

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Kimberley Brownlee

Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick. Research Areas: Ethics and Politics of Sociability, specifically on Social Human Rights, Freedom of Association, and Social Virtue.

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Lucy Campbell

Associate Faculty Member / Analysis Student, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford. Areas of Research: Philosophy and Epistemology of Mind and Action.

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Naomi Eilan

Professor of Philosophy at Warwick University and Director of the Warwick Mind and Action Research Centre. She currently co-directs a Leverhulme/British Academy project on The Second Person and is President of the European Society of Philosphy and Psychology. She has a longstanding interest in issues that lie at the intersection of philosophy of mind, metaphysics and psychology.

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Anil Gomes

Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at Trinity College, Oxford and CUF Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Philosophy in the Faculty of Philosophy in the University of Oxford. Research Areas: Philosophy of Mind and Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason.

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John Michael

Assistant Professor at the Warwick University Philosophy Department and Affiliated Researcher in SOMBY lab. Areas of Research: Social Cognition -especially Mindreading, Perspective Taking, Joint action, and the Sense of Commitment.

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Glenda Satne

Director of M.A. in Philosophy of Mind, Language & Cognition, Alberto Hurtado University, Chile. Vice-Chancellor Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Wollongong. Research Areas: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Language, Normativity, Collective Intentionality, Philosophy of Action.

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Hans Bernhard Schmid

Full Professor, Chair for Social and Political Philosophy, University of Vienna. Research Areas: Philosophy of Social Science, Social Ontology, Action Theory, Social and Sociological Theory, History of Philosophy (esp. Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy).

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