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last update: December 4, 2015

Chair Marco J. Nathan
9:00-9:10 Greetings:
Hans-Georg Moeller (Chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies Programme, FAH)
9:10-10:10 Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa: Circularity and Objective Rational Norms
10:10-10:50 Patricia Rich: New Philosophical Underpinnings for Ecological Rationality
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break
Chair Adriano Angelucci
11:10-12:10 Marco Nathan: Three Grades of Rational Involvement
12:10-12:50 Mario Piazza: Logic, Belief Revision, and Koznyshev's Thesis
12:50-14:40 Lunch Break
Chair Mog Stapleton
14:40-15:40 David Stewart Neil Van Leeuwen: Imagination and Sacred Value
15:40-16:20 Lorenzo Magnani: Errors of Reasoning Exculpated
16:20-16:40 Coffee Break
Chair Mario Piazza
16:40-17:20 Adriano Angelucci: The Rationality of Thought Experiments
17:20-18:00 Peter Shiu Hwa Tsu: Reason Holism, Individuation and Embeddedness
18:00-18:40 Kengo Miyazono: Aliefs and Pushmi-Pullyu Representations

Chair Neil Van Leeuwen
9:00-10:00 Derek Baker: The Verdictive Organization of Desire
10:00-10:40 Muk-Yan Wong: Depression as an Aid to Rational Thinking
10:40-11:00 Coffee Break
Chair Lorenzo Magnani
11:00-11:40 Mog Stapleton: Senses of Knowing
11:40-12:20 Guo Tieyuan: Regulatory Focus and Thinking Style
12:20-13:00 Jean-Daniel Dessimoz: Formal Definitions and Quantitative Assessment for Natural Cognition; Power, Limits, and Evident Consequences
13:00-14:50 Lunch Break
Chair Nevia Dolcini
14:50-15:50 James Marshall: Cognitive Bias and the Evolution of Self Deception
15:50-16:30 Shane Ryan: Self-Deception: Can Dual Process Theory Help?
16:30-17:10 Davide Bordini: Undirected Moods: a Case of Philosophical Self-Deception?
17:10-17:30 Coffee Break
Chair Jonathan Ichikawa
17:30-18:30 Carla Bagnoli: Paradoxes of Self-Deception