[Report] The 5th BESETO Conference

13 April, 2011 IKEDA Takashi, KAZUMORI Hiroko, BOKU Sutetsu, NISHITSUTSUMI Yu Permalink

The 5th Annual Philosophical Meeting for Young Scholars of BESETO was held on January 8 and 9, 2011. 38 young philosophers from Peking University, Seoul National University and University of Tokyo gave talks in the conference.


[Report] Graduate Workshop of the Philosophy of Mind

12 April, 2011 NOBUHARA Yukihiro, TSUTSUI Haruka, └Event Reports, BOKU Sutetsu, NISHITSUTSUMI Yu, SATO Ryoji, Science, Technology, and Society Permalink

The graduate workshop of the philosophy of mind held on March 25th at the University of Birmingham Philosophy Department, and four UTCP researchers made presentations in the workshop. Here is a brief report about it.


[Report] The 23rd Tokyo Colloquium of Cognitive Philosophy (TCCP)

22 January, 2011 BOKU Sutetsu Permalink

On November 22nd, I gave a talk titled "Saving Simulation-Theory from 'Collapse Arguments'".


[Report] Workshop “Brain Science and Ethics”

18 May, 2010 NOBUHARA Yukihiro, TSUTSUI Haruka, YOSHIDA Kei, NAKAZAWA Eisuke, BOKU Sutetsu, OGUCHI Mineki, Brain Sciences and Ethics Permalink

At Florey Neuroscience Institutes in Melbourne, 6 UTCP members and Prof. Neil Levy had talks at Workshop “Brain Science and Ethics” held on March 23, 2010. This workshop was the final event of the UTCP Program in Brain Sciences and Ethics.


[Report] KOMABA Brain Cafe (3) "What is Morality? Brain Sciences Reveal Mechanisms of Moral Cognition"

5 August, 2009 └Komaba Brain Café, └Komaba Brain Café Reports, BOKU Sutetsu, Brain Sciences and Ethics, Science, Technology, and Society Permalink

The third Komaba Brain Café, titled "What is Morality? Brain Sciences Reveal Mechanisms of Moral Cognition," was held on July 9, 2009. “Komaba Brain Café” aims at providing venues for a free and active dialogue with those who are interested in brain science, neuroscience, and neuroethics.

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