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lunchtime colloquium

The Center's Lunchtime Colloquium provides a lively forum for resident fellows, visiting fellows, center associates, and other scholars and scientists to make presentations that range from newly minted philosophical ideas to discussions of finished products. This active informal colloquium meets once or twice a week. Visiting fellows are asked to make a lunchtime presentation early in their visit to the center so that others can hear about their research projects and identify colleagues with similar interests.

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This Month's Talks :::

February 2016

::: What is a Complex Problem?
Mael Pegny, Visiting Fellow
University of Paris
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
12:05 pm
817R Cathedral of Learning


::: Biological Organization and the Naturalization of Teleology

Leonardo Bich, Visiting Fellow
University of Chile, Biology of Cognition Lab
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
12:05 pm
817R Cathedral of Learning


::: Two Types of Ceteris Paribus Laws

Matthias Unterhuber, Visiting Fellow
University of Bern, Switzerland
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
12:05 pm
817R Cathedral of Learning


::: Meshed Control in Skilled Action

Wayne Christensen
Macquarie University
Friday, February 19, 2016
12:05 pm
817R Cathedral of Learning


::: Blur, Visual Consciousness, and Empirical Friction
Wayne Wu
Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
Carnegie Mellon University
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
12:05 pm
817R Cathedral of Learning

 

 
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