Perception, Models, and Learning.
We will consider submissions of high quality in any area of philosophy, especially those related to the theme "Perceptions, Models, and Learning." This theme should be construed broadly, and may comprise among other things submissions related to the philosophy of perception, general philosophy of science, epistemology including formal epistemology, formal approaches to learning, and philosophy of cognitive science.
All submissions should be prepared for blind review. The paper must have no identifying information and must include at the top an abstract of no more than 250 words. Please only one paper per person.
Depending on funding, travel grants may be awarded to speakers with financial difficulties.