Philosophy of Mind
An international research network in the philosophy of mind with a distinctive focus on accounts of the mind as embedded, embodied, enactive, and extended.
The research network is a collaborative project which was originally set up in 2005/6 between Cardiff University and the University of Hull to develop an international research network in the philosophy of mind with a distinctive focus on accounts of the mind as embedded, embodied, enactive, and extended.
The network has included international participants from its inception, notably Shaun Gallagher (University of Florida) and Mark Rowlands (University of Miami), and more recently scholars from the University of Murcia, Trinity College Dublin, and University College Cork.
Supported by the Aristotelian Society, the Cardiff Philosophy research sub-committee, and the Philosophy Department at the University of Hull, the Network has already run annual workshops in 2006 (Cardiff) and 2007 (Hull).
Alongside members from Cardiff University, founding members from other universities include:
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