Laura Saad and Joseph Sommer will present their work at the virtual MathPsych/ICCM 2020 conference. The title of Laura’s presentation is Intentional Binding: an Unintentional Artifact? and Joseph’s presentation is entitled Are Supernatural Concepts Epiphenomenal?
Month: May 2020
Julien Musolino was awarded a 2020-2021 faculty fellowship at the Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis (RCHA). The theme of the RCHA’s 2020-2021 project is “Life&Death”. Julien will interact with scholars from a number of disciplines to discuss important academic and societal questions pertaining to this year’s theme. Julien will also present some of his own … Read More
On May 07, Julien Musolino delivered a virtual public lecture in Tübingen, Germany, during which he discussed the implications of a materialistic view of the human mind for the notion of moral responsibility, criminal punishment, and our legal system. The presentation was recorded and the link will be available soon.