Since active and practicing scientists are less concerned with the history and philosophy of their field (and especially the history of the philosophy of their special discipline), it comes as no surprise that many cognitive neuroscientists are unaware of the contributions of pragmatism. This conference brings together pragmatist philosophers interested in neuroscience and neuroscientists interested in pragmatism. Developments in cognitive neuroscience offer fresh perspectives on philosophical and ethical problems concerning embodiment, agency, intelligence, knowledge, socialization, and ethics. Perhaps a neurophilosophical coalition of mutual interests around the label of “neuropragmatism” can be forged from these kinds of conversations.
US Air Force
Franklin and Marshall College
Virginia Commonwealth University
Neuroscience and neuroethics
Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, University of Oxford
Sonoma State University
Department of Neuroscience, Center for Brain Basis of Cognition
Neuroethics and pragmatism
George Mason University
Southern Illinois University
Another one for the list.