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Reference in Remembering Workshop

30 juin 2022 - 2 juillet 2022
Programme

Day 1 – Thursday June 30th
Location: MACI Amphitheatre, Université Grenoble Alpes.
09:20–09:30. Welcome.
09:30–10:40. François Recanati, ‘Pure memory’.
10:40–11:00. Coffee break.
11:00–12:10. Nikola Andonovski, ‘Engrams as mental files: A moderately optimistic proposal’.
12:10–13:30. Lunch.
13:30–14:40. Rachel Goodman (and Aidan Gray), ‘Thinking (and filing) across time’.
14:40–15:50. Michael Barkasi, ‘Remembering what your brain doesn’t’.
15:50–16:10. Coffee break.
16:10–17:20. Sarah Robins, ‘The target of remembering’.
19:30. Dinner reservation.

Day 2 – Friday July 1st
Location: MACI Amphitheatre, Université Grenoble Alpes.
09:30–10:40. Kristina Liefke & Markus Werning, ‘Parasitic mnemonic reference’.
10:40–11:00. Coffee break.
11:00–12:10. Kourken Michaelian & James Openshaw, ‘Reconstructing reference’.
12:10–13:30. Lunch.
13:30–14:40. Imogen Dickie, ‘The role of episodic memory in present-tense demonstrative thought’.
Group activity, followed by flexible evening plans.

Day 3 – Saturday July 2nd
Location: CTL Amphitheatre, Université Grenoble Alpes.
09:00–10:10. Christoph Hoerl, ‘Singular thought without temporal representation?’
10:10–10:30. Coffee break.
10:30–11:40. Denis Perrin (and Christopher McCarroll), ‘Veridical remembering: Accuracy and authenticity in episodic memory’.
11:40–12:50. Manuel García-Carpintero, ‘Memory-based reference, IEM and presupposition-failure’.


Organisers : James Openshaw ; Kourken Michaelian ; Denis Perrin.

Localisation

Day 1 and 2: MACI Amphitheatre, Université Grenoble Alpes
Day 3: CTL Amphitheatre, Université Grenoble Alpes
Mis à jour le 21 juin 2022
Workshop

Reference in Remembering Workshop

30 juin 2022 - 2 juillet 2022
A 3-day workshop bringing together researchers from around the world.
Episodic memory enables us to consciously ‘relive’ experienced events from our personal past. You might remember making coffee this morning and sensorily recall what it was like to smell the coffee grounds or to see the kettle reach a boil. Success in this activity requires that there be a certain relationship between your present act of remembering and the past event in question, yet the reference-fixing and accuracy conditions of episodic remembering remain obscure. The thriving work on memory in philosophy and the sciences strongly suggests that continued progress requires more attention—and new approaches—to these particular issues. The aim of the proposed workshop is to cast new light on the multi-faceted relationship between reference, singular thought, and remembering by bringing together, for the first time, researchers specializing on these topics.

Day 1 – Thursday June 30th
Maison de la Création et de l'Innovation (MACI)
09:20–09:30. Welcome.
09:30–10:40. François Recanati, ‘Pure memory’.
10:40–11:00. Coffee break.
11:00–12:10. Nikola Andonovski, ‘Engrams as mental files: A moderately optimistic proposal’.
12:10–13:30. Lunch.
13:30–14:40. Rachel Goodman (and Aidan Gray), ‘Thinking (and filing) across time’.
14:40–15:50. Michael Barkasi, ‘Remembering what your brain doesn’t’.
15:50–16:10. Coffee break.
16:10–17:20. Sarah Robins, ‘The target of remembering’.
19:30. Dinner reservation.
 
Day 2 – Friday July 1st
Maison de la Création et de l'Innovation (MACI)

09:30–10:40. Kristina Liefke & Markus Werning, ‘Parasitic mnemonic reference’.
10:40–11:00. Coffee break.
11:00–12:10. Kourken Michaelian & James Openshaw, ‘Reconstructing reference’.
12:10–13:30. Lunch.
13:30–14:40. Imogen Dickie, ‘The role of episodic memory in present-tense demonstrative thought’.
Group activity, followed by flexible evening plans.

Day 3 – Saturday July 2nd
Location: CTL Amphitheatre, Université Grenoble Alpes.
09:00–10:10. Christoph Hoerl, ‘Singular thought without temporal representation?’
10:10–10:30. Coffee break.
10:30–11:40. Denis Perrin (and Christopher McCarroll), ‘Veridical remembering: Accuracy and authenticity in episodic memory’.
11:40–12:50. Manuel García-Carpintero, ‘Memory-based reference, IEM and presupposition-failure’.
 

Localisation

Location 1: Maison de la Création et de l'Innovation (MACI)
Université Grenoble Alpes
Amphitheatre

Location 2: CTL Amphitheatre, Université Grenoble Alpes

 
Mis à jour le 6 mai 2022
Workshop

Grenoble - Bochum Memory Workshop

10 juin 2022 - 11 juin 2022
A two-day philosophy of memory workshop bringing together researchers from the Université Grenoble Alpes and the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Hosted by the Centre for Philosophy of Memory at the Université Grenoble Alpes.
Programme
 
10 June 2022
 
  • 09:00-09:10. Welcome
  • 09:10-10:00. Episodic memory and the role of the self in scenario construction. Albert Newen (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).
  • 10:00-10:50. Reconstructing reference. James Openshaw (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 10:50-11:10. Coffee break.
  • 11:10-12:00. The current status of the simulation theory of memory. Kourken Michaelian (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 12:00-13:00. Lunch.
  • 13:00-13:50. "That's not me anymore!" — Felt connections, multimodal perspectivity and multifaceted selves. Roy Dings (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).
  • 13:50-14:40. The phenomenology of MTT: From directness to presence. Denis Perrin (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 14:40-15:00. Coffee break.
  • 15:00-15:50. Frank Ramsey on memory. Vilius Dranseika (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 15:50-17:20. Title TBD. Jérôme Dokic (Institut Jean-Nicod/EHESS).
  • 19:30. Dinner.
11 June 2022
 
  • 09:00-09:10. Welcome
  • 09:10-10:00. Remembering individuals and remembering scenes. Kristina Liefke (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).
  • 10:00-10:50. Is relearning an error? From (un)conscious relearning to (un)successful relearning. Juan Álvarez (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 10:50-11:10. Coffee break.
  • 11:10-12:00. What determines the representational content? The role of protentional intentionality in situated episodic remembering. Francesca Righetti (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).
  • 12:00-13:00. Lunch.
  • 13:00-13:50. Developing testable hypotheses for external memory: The case of augmented reality. Nicolas Crozatier (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 13:50-14:40. Title TBD. Markus Werning (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).
Mis à jour le 26 avril 2022
Workshop

Simulationism 2022

15 juillet 2022 - 16 juillet 2022
A workshop on the simulation theory of memory. Hosted by the Centre for Philosophy of Memory at the Université Grenoble Alpes.
Programme des journées
 
15 juillet 2022 16 juillet 2022
  • 09:00-10:00. What I am and what I could be: Simulationism and personal identity. Marya Schechtman (University of Illinois Chicago).
  • 09:00-10:00. Simulation: Personal or subpersonal? Sarah Robins (University of Kansas).
  • 10:00-10:30. Coffee break.
  • 10:00-10:30. Coffee break.
  • 10:30-11:30. Memory, imagination, and conspiracist testimony. Daniel Munro (University of Toronto).
  • 10:30-11:30. Conscious incorporation of information in simulationism: The asymmetry problem in the episodic construction system. Andrea Rivadulla Duro (University of Barcelona).
  • 11:30-12:30. Reference and the building blocks of episodic construction. James Openshaw (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 11:30-12:30. Simulationism and anti-causalism 2022. Nikola Andonovski (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
  • 12:30-13:30. Lunch.
  • 12:30-13:30. Lunch.
  • 13:30-14:30. Reconstructing memory. Felipe De Brigard (Duke University).
  • 13:30-14:30. Imagination and simulation. Amy Kind (Claremont McKenna College).
  • 14:30-15:30. Imagination as skill: (Re)construction for action. Seth Goldwasser (University of Pittsburgh).
  • 14:30. Optional social activity.
  • 15:30-16:00. Coffee break.
 
  • 16:00-17:00. Is remembering constructive imagining? André Sant'Anna (Washington University in Saint Louis).
 
  • 17:00-18:00. Episodic memory and the threat of collapse. Peter Langland-Hassan (University of Cincinnati).
 

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Localisation

Centre de philosophie de la mémoire, UGA
Mis à jour le 13 avril 2022
Workshop

Phenomenology of Remembering / La phénoménologie du souvenir

2 mai 2022 - 3 mai 2022
11h00 - 18h20
Quelle expérience vivons-nous lorsque nous nous souvenons épisodiquement de notre passé ? Propositions de la philosophie de la mémoire. What is the experience we undergo as we episodically remember? Views from the philosophy of memory.
La question de la phénoménologie du souvenir épisodique est celle de l’expérience que l’on fait lorsqu’on se souvient, ou comme on le dit parfois : de « l’effet que cela fait » de se souvenir. Elle a connu un regain d’intérêt et a suscité de nouvelles propositions ces dernières années chez les philosophes de la mémoire. Le workshop réunira quelqu’un.e.s des meilleurs spécialistes et sera l’occasion à la fois de mettre aux prises certaines des approches principales actuellement disponibles (par exemple, l’approche  intentionaliste et l’approche métacognitive), de jeter une lumière nouvelle sur certains aspects de la phénoménologie mnésique (par exemple, la subjectivité ou l’impression de reviviscence), et de soulever des problèmes méta-théoriques relatifs à la façon dont une analyse phénoménologique du souvenir devrait être conduite.
The phenomenology of episodic remembering is about the experience one undergoes as one episodically remembers, or as people sometimes put it: about “what it is like” to remember. This issue has garnered increasing attention over the past decade and triggered new proposals from philosophers of memory. The workshop will gather leading figures on this issue. It will give them the occasion to discuss some of the main existing accounts (like the intentionalist or the metacognitive accounts), to shed new light on some key components of the phenomenology of remembering (like subjectivity or the impression of reliving), as well as to tackle meta-theoretical questions about how one should proceed to account for mnemonic phenomenology in a satisfactory way.

Organisateurs/organizers : Juan Alvarez & Denis Perrin
Intervenants/speakers : Nikola Andonovski, Jérôme Dokic, Jordi Fernández, Christoph Hoerl, Amy Kind, Christopher McCarroll, Johannes Mahr, Denis Perrin, Melanie Rosen, André Sant’Anna

Localisation

A distance :

Zoom coordinates:
Mis à jour le 25 mars 2022
Workshop

Dreaming and Memory 2

14 mars 2022 - 16 mars 2022
An online conference on the theme of Dreaming and Memory will take place on 14-16 March 2022, co-hosted by the Philosophy of Neuroscience research group at the University of Tübingen and the Centre for Philosophy of Memory at the Université Grenoble Alpes.
Programme
 
14 March 2022
  • 15:00-16:15. Direct realism about remembering dreams. Rebecca Copenhaver (Washington University in Saint Louis).
  • 16:15-16:30. Break.
  • 16:30-17:45. Does remembering feel like dreaming? Folk beliefs about phenomenological differences and similarities between kinds of mental states. Vilius Dranseika (Jagiellonian University).
15 March 2022
  • 09:00-10:15. Interviewing dreamers: A proposal for the study of subjective experience during sleep. Jennifer Windt (Monash University) and Ema Demsar (Monash University).
  • 10:15-10:30. Break.
  • 10:30-11:45. The perceptual elements of dream experience. Fiona Macpherson (University of Glasgow).
16 March 2022
  • 14:00-15:15. Dreams and epistemic success. Steven James (West Chester University).
  • 15:15-15:30. Break.
  • 15:30-16:45. Our forgotten dream lives: A case for scepticism about oniric consciousness? Melanie Rosen (Trent University).
  • 16:45-17:00. Break.
  • 17:00-18:15. Are dream memories faithful? Against different types of accuracy in memory. Andre Sant'Anna (Washington University in Saint Louis.

Localisation

A distance
Mis à jour le 14 décembre 2021
Workshop

Imagination and Memory: A Matter of Degrees?

2 novembre 2021 - 3 novembre 2021
Programme
 
2 November 2021

13:25–13:30. Introduction.
13:30–14:20. An ability view on déjà-vécu experiences. Denis Perrin (Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
14:20–15:10. Imaginative experiences and memory. Julia Langkau (Europa-Universität Flensburg).
15:10–15:30. Coffee break.
15:30–16:20. Memory and imagination, minds and worlds. Christopher McCarroll (Ruhr-Universität Bochum/Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
16:20–17:10. Varieties of (dis)continuism. André Sant'Anna (Washington University in St. Louis/Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Université Grenoble Alpes).
17:10–17:20. Short break.
17:20–18:10. Imagination and memory: The attitudinal continuity. Peter Langland-Hassan (Cincinnati University).
18:10–19:20. The feeling of pastness. Amy Kind (Claremont McKenna College).

3 November 2021

09:10–10:00. Continuity of what? Erik Myin (University of Antwerp). 10:00–10:50. Resisting temptation: An imaginative account of intertemporal decisions. Erica Cosentino (Ruhr-Universität Bochum). 10:50–11:10. Coffee break.
11:10–12:00. What is collective future-directed imagination? An argument for discontinuism. Alma Barner (Paris Lodron University of Salzburg). 12:00–12:50. Memory, imagery, and self-knowledge. Dustin Stokes (University of Utah).






 

Localisation

ENS Paris
Mis à jour le 10 novembre 2021
Workshop

Memory and Mind: A Sofia-Grenoble Workshop

16 septembre 2021 - 17 septembre 2021
A distance

Lien direct vers évènement : http://phil-mem.org/events/2021-sofia.php
 
Markus Werning (Ruhr University Bochum)
Organisateurs : Nikola Andonovski (Centre for Philosophy of Memory), Marina Bakalova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), Ivan Ivanov (Sun Yat-sen University), Kourken Michaelian (Centre for Philosophy of Memory).

Contact : Kourken Michaelian (Kourken.michaelian@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr)

Localisation

The Center for Philosophy of Memory at Université Grenoble Alpes and The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences are pleased to invite you to A Sofia-Grenoble Workshop.


Please join the workshop on Zoom with the details below. Registration is not required.
Zoom link: https://univ-grenoble-alpes-fr.zoom.us/j/95610516625?pwd=MkhKcUtzTnNMcVlTcWtFWEQxUlpVUT09
Meeting ID: 956 1051 6625
Password: 100382


 
Mis à jour le 10 juin 2021
Workshop

Mini-Lecture Series "Memory and Self"

le 21 avril 2021
Le CPM vous invite à participer à une manifestation virtuelle sur le thème de la mémoire et le soi.
 
  • 16:00–17:15 (CEST). Memory as evidence of personal identity. Vilius Dranseika (Jagiellonian University/Centre for Philosophy of Memory (Grenoble)).
  • 17:20-18:35 (CEST). Episodic memory and self: How the narrative self shapes episodic recall. Roy Dings (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) and Albert Newen (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).


Organisateurs : Albert Newen, Kourken Michaelian
Partenaires : Université de la Ruhr à Bochum

En savoir plus
Lien direct vers évènement : http://phil-mem.org/events/2021-self.php
Lien CPM : https://phil-mem.org/index.php#
 
Mis à jour le 29 mars 2021
Workshop

Mini-Lecture Series "Memory and Self"

le 6 avril 2021
Le CPM vous invite à participer à une manifestation virtuelle sur le thème de la mémoire et le soi.
  • 16:00–17:15 (CEST). Fluency as the basis of autonoetic consciousness. André Sant'Anna (Washington University in St. Louis/Centre for Philosophy of Memory (Grenoble)).
  • 17:20-18:35 (CEST). Selfless memories. Raphaël Millière (Columbia University) and Albert Newen (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).

Prochaine séance : le 21 avril 2021

Organisateurs : Albert Newen, Kourken Michaelian
Partenaires : Université de la Ruhr à Bochum

En savoir plus :
Lien direct vers évènement : http://phil-mem.org/events/2021-self.php
Lien CPM : https://phil-mem.org/index.php#
 
Mis à jour le 26 mars 2021

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