LACSI Conference on Higher-Order Cognition, September 22-23, 2017
The Logic and Cognitive Science Initiative (LACSI) Conference on Higher-Order Cognition will take place on NC State University’s North Campus in Withers Hall, Room 140.
Conference Travel Fellowship
Since 2015 we have provided a travel fellowship to enable either a Ph.D. candidate or a recent Ph.D. graduate from an under-represented group in philosophy to attend each LACSI Conference. The 2017 fellow is Jorge Morales, candidate for the Ph.D. in Philosophy at Columbia University.
The following program is subject to revision. All presentations are in Withers Hall, Room 140.
Friday, September 22
Collection of folders and name-tags: Lobby outside Withers Hall, Room 140
Please wear name-tags at all sessions.
The Questioning Attitude, Peter Carruthers, Philosophy, University of Maryland
Moderator: Dorit Bar-On, Philosophy, University of Connecticut
Primate Metacognition: Progress, Problems, and Prospects, Michael J. Beran, Psychology, Georgia State University
Moderator: José Luis Bermudez, Philosophy, Texas A&M University
Reception: Caldwell Hall Lounge
(There is no conference dinner.)
Saturday, September 23
Ape Mindreading: Metacognition Without Belief Attribution, Kristin A. Andrews, Philosophy, York University, Toronto
Moderator: Brie Gertler, Philosophy, University of Virginia
Higher-Order Moral Cognition: Rationalization, Jerkitude, and the Perils of the Sweetheart, Eric Schwitzgebel, Philosophy, University of California Riverside
Moderator: Cameron Buckner, Philosophy, University of Houston
(Lunch is not provided.)
The Function of Spontaneous Conscious Metacognitive States, such as the Tip-of-the-Tongue State, Janet Metcalfe, Psychology, Columbia University
Moderator: Joseph Levine, Philosophy, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Knowledge and Belief Attribution, Jennifer Nagel, Philosophy, University of Toronto
Moderator: Josh Armstrong, Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles
Conference Fees and Registration
Full-Time Students: $25
The above fees include the conference reception.
The number of places available for open registration at this conference is limited. Registration is required in advance between July 5 and September 7, 2017. To register, please complete and submit the online form at https://commerce.cashnet.com/NCSU_DOPRS.
Accommodation, Food and Drink
There are two hotels within easy walking distance of NC State University’s North Campus: the Aloft Raleigh and the Doubletree Raleigh-Brownstone-University. Both of these hotels are offering special rates for conference participants who make reservations well in advance of the conference. Because the conference is scheduled for a busy time, it is strongly recommended that you make reservations by the end of July. The special rates and the codes you should use to secure them are as follows:
- Aloft: from $144 plus tax, 513261
- Doubletree: from $129 plus tax, LAC (Group Code) – or click here
Food and Drink
There is a selection of eating and drinking establishments along and close to Hillsborough Street opposite NC State University's North Campus.
This conference has been organized by the NC State University Logic and Cognitive Science Initiative Steering Committee with assistance from other philosophy faculty at NC State.
The Logic and Cognitive Science Initiative Steering Committee: John W. Carroll, Catherine M. Driscoll, Ronald P. Endicott, Shay Logan, Michael Pendlebury (Chair), Kevin Richardson