1 CURRICULUM VITAE Jesse J. Prinz Contact Philosophy Program City University of New York, Graduate Center 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY Education The University of Chicago, 1997, Ph.D. with honors in Philosophy. Dissertation: Perceptual Cognition: A Study in the Semantics of Thought. New York University, 1992, B.A. summa cum laude with honors in Philosophy. Senior Thesis: A Logic of Vagueness (awarded best in Arts & Sciences). Professional Experience Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, City University of New York, Graduate Center, 2009-present. Director, Interdisciplinary Committee for Science Studies, City University of New York, Graduate Center, 2010-present. Visiting Professor, New York University, Spring, Instructor of 2007 and 2008 DuPont Summer Seminar on Human Nature: Ethical Implications of Biological, Cultural, and Technological Transformation at the National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park, NC. John J. Rogers Distinguished Term Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, July Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Spring Visiting Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, Visiting Fellow, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France May-June Visiting Fellow, Collegium Budapest, Hungary, June 2003.
2 Research Fellow, School for Advanced Study, University of London, England Spring- Summer Visiting Assistant Professor, Division of the Humanities, California Institute of Technology, Fall Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Philosophy, University of Maryland, College Park, Spring Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy and Philosophy-Neuroscience- Psychology Program, Washington University in St. Louis, Fall Awards and Honors Stainton Prize for Notable Achievement in Cognitive Science, 2003 Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Tanner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teacher (one of UNC s top teaching awards), Publications 1. Books and Chapters A. Authored Books The Moral Self. New York: Oxford University Press (in progress). Works of Wonder: The Experience, Evaluation, and Origin of Art. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). The Conscious Brain. New York: Oxford University Press (2012). Beyond Human Nature: How Culture and Experience Shape Our Lives. London: Penguin; New York: Norton (2012). The Emotional Construction of Morals. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2007). Gut Reactions: A Perceptual Theory of Emotion. New York: Oxford University Press (2004). (Awarded: A Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2005) Furnishing the Mind: Concepts and Their Perceptual Basis. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (2002). B. Edited Volumes Handbook of the Philosophy of Psychology, (forthcoming) Oxford: Oxford University Press. Mind and Cognition, Third Edition, with William Lycan (2008) Oxford: Blackwell.
3 C. Articles and Chapters Great Wonders: Scale and Position Impact Art Appreciation and Conversely (with A. Seidel) (under revision). Personal Identity and the Moral Self, (with S. Nichols) in J. Kiverstein (ed.), Handbook of the Social Mind. Routledge (forthcoming). Seeing with Feeling, in G. Currie, A. Meskin, M. Kieran, and J. Robson (Eds.), Aesthetics and the Sciences of the Mind (forthcoming). Naturalizing Metaethics, Mind, special anniversary issue (forthcoming). Unconscious Perception, in M. Matthan, Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Perception. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). Hume and Cognitive Science, in P. Russell (ed.), The Oxford Handbook to David Hume. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). Neuroscientific Lessons for Moral Philosophy, in J. Decety and T. Wheatley (Eds.), The Moral Brain: Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Sentimentalism and the Moral Brain, in S.M. Liao (ed.), The Significance of Neuroscience for Morality. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). Currin and Pornography, in D. Freeman and D. Matrevers (eds.), Figuring Our Figurative Art: Contemporary Philosophers on Contemporary Paintings. Acumen (forthcoming) The Aesthetics of Punk Rock, Philosophy Compass (forthcoming). Poetic Opacity (with E. Mandelbaum) in J. Gibson (ed.), Philosophy of Poetry. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). Against Cognitive Phenomenology, in Z. Radman (ed.), A Critique of Pure Consciousness (forthcoming). Has Sympathy Earned its Keep? An Empirical Perspective, in E. Schliesser (ed.) Sympathy. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). An Empirical Case for Motivational Internalism, in G. Björnsson (ed.), Motivational Internalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2013). Attention, Atomism, and the Disunity of Consciousness, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (2013).
4 Can Porn Be Art? (with P. von Bradbandt) in H. Maes and J. Levenson (eds.) Art and Pornography. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2013). The Poverty of Experience: Reducing Siegel s Phenomenology, Philosophical Studies (2013). The Hand Manifesto, in Z. Radman (ed.), The Hand: An Organ of the Mind. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (2013). Sound Morality: Irritating and Icky Noises Amplify Divergent Moral Domains (with A. Seidel) Cognition, 127: 1-5. (2013). Mad and Glad: Musically Induced Emotions Have Divergent Moral Impact, (with A. Seidel) Motivation and Emotion, 37: (2013). Alligator or Squirrel: Musically Induced Fear Reveals Threat in Ambiguous Figures, (with A. Seidel) Perception (2013). Constructive Sentimentalism: Legal and Political Implications NOMOS (2012). Regaining Composure, in M. Werning and E. Machery (eds.), Handbook of Compositionality. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2012). The Singularity and Inevitable Doom, Journal of Consciousness Studies (2012). Stirring Images: Fear not Happiness or Arousal Makes Art More Sublime, (with K. Eskine and N. Kacinik) Emotion (2012). Sensational Judgmentalism: Reconciling Solomon and James, K. Higgins and D. Sherman (eds.), Passion, Death, and Spirituality, pp Dordrecht: Springer (2012) Emotions: How Many Are There? E. Margolis, R. Samuels, and S. Stich (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Cognitive Science, pp (2012). Where Do Morals Come From? in M. Christen (ed.). Philosophical Implications of Empirically Informed Ethics (2011). A Bad Taste in the Mouth: Gustatory Disgust Influences Moral Judgment, (with K. Eskine and N. Kacinik). Psychological Science, 22, (2011). Is Empathy Necessary for Morality? in P. Goldie and A. Coplan (Eds.), Perspectives on Empathy (2011). The Sensory Basis of Cognitive Phenomenology, in T. Bayne and M. Montague (eds.) Cognitive Phenomenology, Oxford University Press (2011).
5 Sentimentalism and Self-Directed Emotions in A. K. Ziv, K. Lehrer, and H. B. Schmid and (eds.), Self Evaluation: Affective and Social Grounds of Intentionality. Springer (2011). Wittgenstein and the Neuroscience of the Self, American Philosophical Quarterly, 48, (2011). Is Attention Necessary of Sufficient for Consciousness? in C. Mole, D. Smithies, and W. Wu (eds.) Attention: Philosophical and Psychological Essays. Oxford (2011). Against Empathy, Southern Journal of Philosophy (2011). Emotional and Aesthetic Value, in E. Shellekens and P. Goldie (eds.), The Aesthetic Mind (pp ). Oxford: Oxford University Press (2011). Morality is a Culturally Conditioned Response, Philosophy Now, 82, 8-11 (2011). When is Film Art, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 64, (2011). Waiting for the Self, in J. Liu (ed.) Consciousness and the Self: New Essays. Cambridge University Press (2011). What Makes Something Fashionable? (with Anya Farennikova) in J. Kennett and J. Wolfendale (eds.) Philosophy of Fashion, Wiley-Blackwell (2011). When Does Perception Become Conscious? in B. Nanay (ed.) Perceiving the World: New Essays on Perception. Oxford (2010). Moral Emotions (with Shaun Nichols) in J. Doris and the Moral Psychology Research Group (Eds.), The Moral Psychology Handbook, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2010). For Valence, Emotion Review, 2, 5-13 (2010). Ethics and Psychology, in J. Skorupski (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Ethics, New York: Routledge (2010). Attention and Consciousness (with Felipe de Brigard) Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 1, (2010). The Moral Emotions in P. Goldie (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Emotion, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2009). Reviving Whorf: The Return of Linguistic Relativity (with Francisca Reines) Philosophy Compass, 4, (2009). The Normativity Challenge: Cultural Psychology Provides the Real Threat to Virtue Ethics, Journal of Ethics, (2009).
6 Against Moral Nativism, in M. Bishop and D. Murphy (Eds.) Stich and His Critics, Blackwell (2009). What Thoughts Are Made Of, (with Lera Boroditsky) in G. R. Semin and E. R. Smith (Eds.), Embodied Grounding: Social, Cognitive, Affective, and Neuroscientific Approaches. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2008). Is Consciousness Embodied? in P. Robbins and. M. Aydede (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2008). Empirical Philosophy and Experimental Philosophy, in J. Knobe and S. Nichols (Eds.), Experimental Philosophy, Oxford University Press (2008). Intuitions about Consciousness: Experimental Studies. (with J. Knobe) Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 7 (1). (2008). Mental Pointing: Phenomenal Knowledge Without Concepts, Journal of Consciousness Studies, 14, (2007). Is Emotion a Form of Perception? Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume 32, (2007). Can Moral Obligations Be Empirically Discovered? in H. Wettstein et al. (Eds.), Midwest Studies in Philosophy, XXXI, (2007). All Consciousness Is Perceptual, (A Debate with Christopher Peacocke) in J. Cohen and B. McLaughlin (Eds.), Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Mind (pp ), Blackwell (2007). Is Morality Innate? in W. Sinnott-Armstrong (Ed.), Moral Psychology, vol. 1: Evolution of Morals. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (2007). The Intermediate-Level Theory of Consciousness, in S. Schneider and M. Velmans (Eds.) Blackwell Companion to Consciousness. Oxford: Blackwell (2007). The Emotional Basis of Moral Judgments, Philosophical Explorations, 9, (2006). Really Bad Taste, in D. Lopes and M. Kieran (Eds.) Knowing Art. New York, NY: Springer (2006). Is the Mind Really Modular? in R. Stainton (Ed.), Contemporary Debates in Cognitive Science. Oxford: Blackwell (22-36) (2006). Beyond Appearances: The Content of Perception and Sensation, in T. S. Gendler and J. Hawthorne (Eds.) Perceptual Experience (pp ). Oxford: Oxford University Press (2006). Are Emotions Feelings? Journal of Consciousness Studies, 12, 9-25 (2005).
7 A Neurofunctional Theory of Consciousness, in A. Brook and K. Akins (Eds.) Cognition and the Brain: Philosophy and Neuroscience Movement (pp ). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2005). Churchland s Semantic Holism, in B. Keeley (Ed.), Contemporary Thinkers in Focus: Paul Churchland, Cambrdige: Camridge University Press (2005). Emotions, Embodiment, and Awareness, in L. Feldman-Barrett, P. Niedenthal, and P. Winkielman (Eds.) Emotion and Consciousness. New York, NY: Guilford (2005). Passionate Thoughts, in R. Zwaan and D. Pecher (Eds.), The Grounding of Cognition: The role of perception and action in memory, language, and thinking. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2005). The Return of Concept Empiricism, In H. Cohen and C. Leferbvre (Eds.) Categorization and Cognitive Science, Elsevier (2005). Imitation and Moral Development, in S. Hurley and N. Chater (Eds.), Perspectives on Imitation: From Mirror Neurons to Memes. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (2005). Putting Concepts to Work (with Andy Clark) Mind and Language, 19, (2004). The Fractionation of Introspection, Journal of Consciousness Studies, 11 (7-8), (2004). Searching for a Scientific Experience, (with Anthony Jack) Journal of Consciousness Studies, 11 (1), (2004). Which Emotions Are Basic? in D. Evans and P. Cruse (Eds.), Emotion, Evolution, and Rationality (69-88), Oxford University Press (2004). Embodied Emotions In R. C. Solomon and L. C. Harlan (Eds.), Thinking about Feeling: Contemporary Philosophers on Emotion, Oxford University Press (2004). Level-Headed Mysterianism and Artificial Experience, Journal of Consciousness Studies, 10 (4-5), (2003). Emotion, Psychosemantics, and Embodied Appraisals, in A. Hatzimoysis (Ed.), Philosophy and the Emotions, Cambridge University Press (2003). Consciousness, Computation, and Emotion, In S. C. Moore and M. Oaksford (Eds.), Emotional Cognition: From Brain to Behaviour. John Benjamins Publishing Company (2003). Acquisition and Productivity in Perceptual Symbol Systems, (with L. W. Barsalou) In T. Dartnall (Ed.), Creativity, Cognition and Knowledge. Westport, CT: Praeger, (2002).
8 Functionalism, Dualism and the Neural Correlates of Consciousness, in W. Bechtel, P. Mandik, J. Mundale, and R. Stufflebeam (Eds.), Philosophy and the Neurosciences: A Reader, Oxford: Blackwell (2001). Steering a Course for Embodied Representations, (with L. W. Barsalou) in A. Markman and E. Dietrich, eds., Cognitive Dynamics, Dordrecht: Kluwer Press, (2000). The Ins and Outs of Consciousness, Brain and Mind, 2, (2000). A Neurofunctional Theory of Visual Consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition, 9, , (2000). The Duality of Content. Philosophical Studies, 100, 1-34, (2000). Vagueness, Language, and Ontology, The Electronic Journal of Analytic Philosophy, (1999). Mundane Creativity in Perceptual Symbol Systems, (with L. W. Barsalou) in T. B Ward, S. M. Smith and J. Vaid, eds., Conceptual Structures and Processes: Emergence, Discovery and Change, Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, (1997). D. Published Responses to Critics Précis of The Emotional Construction of Morals and The Significance of Moral Variation: Replies to Tiberius, Gert and Doris Analysis, 69, ; (2009). Précis of Gut Reactions and Response to D'Arms and Hills, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 76, ; (2008). A Reply to Lormand, Consciousness and Cognition, 9 (2000). A Reply to Marcel, Consciousness and Cognition, 9 (2000). Author s Response, Metascience, 12, (2003). Sensible Ideas: A Reply to Sarnecki and Markman and Stilwell, Philosophical Psychology, 17, (2004). E. Encyclopedia Articles The Philosophy of Emotions (with D. Shargel) in L. Feldman-Barrett, Handbook of Emotions, 4 th Edition. Guilford Press (forthcoming). Culture and Cognitive Science, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2011). Emotion and Moral Judgment, in H. Pashler (ed.), Encyclopedia of the Mind, SAGE (2011).
9 Emotions: Motivating Feelings in B. McLaughlin (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Mind, Oxford University Press (2009). Emotions, in K. Frankish and W. Ramsey (eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Science. Cambridge University Press (2008). Emotion, in P. Thagard (ed.) The Handbook of Philosophy of Psychology and Cognitive Science, Elsevier (2006). Empiricism, in R. Stainton (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Elsevier (2006). Concepts, The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Second Edition, Macmillan (2005). Concepts, Philosophical Issues Concerning, in L. Nadel (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, Macmillan (2003). F. Book Reviews and Commentaries Can Concept Empiricism Forestall Eliminativism? A Commentary on Machery Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (2010). Review of Kwame Anthony Appiah Experiments in Ethics (with John Doris) Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (2009). Accessed, Accessible, and Inaccessible: Where to Draw the Phenomenal Line, a commentary on Ned Block, Behavioral and Brain Science (2008). Resisting the Linguistic Analogy: A Commentary on Hauser, Young, and Cushman, in W. Sinnott-Armstrong (Ed.), Moral Psychology, vol. 2: The Cognitive Science of Morality. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (2007). How to Make Morals: A commentary on Richard Joyce s The Evolution of Morality, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (2007). Putting the Brakes on Enactive Perception, (a critical commentary on Noë Action in Perception) Psyche, 12, (2006). A Review of Wollheim s On the Emotions, Ethics, 113: (2002). A Review of Antonio Damasio s The Feeling of What Happens, The Chicago Tribune, January 23 (2000). A Review of Stephen Pinker s Words and Rules, The Chicago Tribune, November 21 (1999). G. Contributions to Introductory and Popular Volumes
10 Mind and Body section of D. Papineau (ed.) Philosophy: Essential Tools for Critical Thought. Duncan Baird Publishes, London (2004). Philosophy of Mind section of Stephen Cahn (ed.) Philosophy for the 21 st Century Oxford University Press (2003). Lectures A. Book Symposia Beyond Human Nature, Book Symposium on Gut Reactions. American Philosophical Association, Central Division, New Orleans, February Defending Sentimental Morals Book Symposium on The Emotional Construction of Morals. American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, San Francisco, April Embodied Emotions, Book Symposium on Gut Reactions. American Philosophical Association, Central Division, Chicago, April Defending Empiricism, Book Symposium on Furnishing the Mind. American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Washington D.C., B. Lecture Series and Honorary Conferences Conference on Prinz, Sociedad Española de Filosofía Analytica, San Sebastian, Spain, September Workshop on Prinz, Unisinos University, Porto Alegre, Brazil, May Conference on Prinz research and William James Lecture, Universität Osnabrueck, Germany, April Conference on Prinz research and three lectures delivered (on concepts, consciousness, and morality). University of Buenos Aires, August Conference on Prinz research and four lectures delivered (on morality and the brain). University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, July Conference on Prinz research and two lectures delivered ( Was William James Right About Emotions? Was John Locke Right About Concepts? ). Vereniging voor Analytische Filosofie, Antwerp, Belgium, March D. Select Talks
11 Select venues since April 2008: Dubrovnik; Mexico City; Basel; Granada; Madrid; College Park; Birmingham; Austin; Paris (x2); Dublin; Montreal; Melbourne; Sydney; Syracuse; Arlington, TX; MIT; Brown; Toronto; Vancouver; Albany; Bristol; Singapore (x2); Fullerton; Antwerp; Cincinnati; Santa Cruz; Hatfield; Chicago (x2); NYU; Western Michigan; Jerusalem; Richmond; Nijmegen; New Orleans; Salamanca; Zurich; Storrs, CT; Merida, Mexico; Charlotte, NC; NYU; Oxford (x2); Copenhagen; Aarhus (x2); Amsterdam; Antwerp; Berlin; Montana; Memphis; Arizona; Durham, NC; Salt Lake City; Miami; Tempeh, AR; Edinburgh; St. Andrews; Rio de Janeiro; Lewison, ME; Atlanta; Berkeley; Boston; Columbia, MO; Minneapolis (APA); Boston (APA); San Diego (APA); Georgetown; Riga; Bielefeld; Nottingham; London; Kyoto; Barchem, Netherlands; Utrecht; Houston, Blacksburg; Krakow; Warsaw; Cambridge, MA; Jerusalem; Lima, Peru; Ithaca; Tucson; Santa Barbara; Gothenburg; Porto Alegre; Fortaleza; Paris; Berlin; Delft; Geneva; Antwerp; San Sebastian; Grand Rapids; St. Louis; Glasgow; Athens, Ohio; Conway, AR; Mount Pleasant, MI; Montreal; Padua; Milan; Aegina, Greece; Bochum; Stuttgart; Seoul National University; Korea University; Sapienza University, Rome. Talks to April 2008 Beyond the Readymade World, University of Missouri, Columbia, Kline Workshop in Honor of Ruth Millikan, April When is Film Art? American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Pasadena, March Good For You: Relativism, Values, and Mind, City University of New York, Graduate Center, March Body, Thought, and Feeling: Towards an Integrative Account of the Emotions, Robert C. Solomon Memorial Conference, University of Texas, Austin, February Nietzsche Naturalized, Rutgers, Culture and Mind Workshop, January Alternate version given at the University of Texas, Austin. Competing Models of Moral Judgment, Institut Jean Nicod, Paris, December Alternative versions given in 2008 at Case Western Reserve, University of Zurich, University of Arizona, University of Quebec at Montreal, Australian National University, Monash University. An Empirical Case for Sentimentalism About Moral Values, Princeton University, October Alternative versions given in 2008 at University of Michigan, University of South Carolina, University of Maryland at College Park, University of Alabama, Vanderbilt University.
12 Is Attention Necessary and Sufficient for Consciousness? American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Baltimore, December Alternate versions given in 2008 at the University of Arizona, University of Dublin, University of Syracuse SPAWN conference. Beyond Categories: Noel Carroll on Film Evaluation, American Society for Aesthetics, Los Angeles, November Emotions and Moral Values, University of Indiana, Cognitive Science, September 2007; College of Charleston, October The Neural Basis of Consciousness, North Carolina State University, September The Emotional Basis of Moral Norms and The Cultural Basis of Moral Norms, Univesidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, July Intuitions about Consciousness: Experimental Studies, (with Joshua Knobe) Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Las Vegas, June Emotions and Moral Identity, Aarhus University, Denmark, May 2007 Can Morality Be Studied Empirically? Odense University, Denmark, May Picture This: Concepts Are Constituted by Percepts, Copenhagen University, Denmark, May Values as Sentiments, Central APA, Chicago, April A Tribute to Bob Solomon, Central APA, Chicago, April Empathy and Morality, Pacific APA, San Francisco, April Emotion and Aesthetic Value, Pacific APA, San Francisco, April 2007; and the Aesthetic Psychology conference, Durham England, September Innateness Oversold, George Washington University, March Sentiments and Moral Judgments, Moral Sciences Club, Cambridge University, England, March Emotion, Moral Cognition, and the Moral Self, Hanse-Wissenschaftkolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany, March, Sentimental Values, Johns Hopkins, February Getting Mad and Doing Bad: The Role of Emotions in Morality, Colorado College, January 2007.
13 Morals, Emotions, and Culture, Mind and Culture Working Group, January, Rutgers University. Perception, Attention, and the Conscious Brain, Purdue University, January Is Attention the Basis of Consciousness? American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Baltimore, Emotions and Morals: Ten Questions, International Society for Research on Emotions, Atlanta, July The Perceptual Foundations of Thought, Colloque de l'association pour la Recherche Cognitive, Bordeaux, France, December [Plus a public debate on the nature of cognition titled, Questions sur les notions de representation ]. A Theory of Emotion, The Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, University of Pennsylvania, November Will the Body Do? International Society for Research on Emotions, Atlanta, July Is Empathy Necessary for Morality? Empathy Conference, Cal State Fullerton, June Moral Concepts Embodied, University of California, Berkeley, Neural Theory of Language Group, May Category Perception: Are There Limits? Townsend Center Working Group in the Philosophy of Mind, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Linguistics, April Is fmri Superfluous? The Rutgers Conference on Philosophical Foundations of Neuroimaging Rutgers University, April Gut Reactions: A Theory of Emotion, University of Chicago, Department of Comparative Development; International Society for Research on Emotions, Atlanta, August Hume s Brain, University of Chicago, April 2006; Society for Philosophy and Psychology, St. Louis, June Emotion, Culture, Morality, Georgetown Law, March Overselling Innateness, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, December 2005; Simon Fraser University, March 2006; Graduate Center, City University of New York, March The Emotional Basis of Moral Attitudes University of British Columbia, March 2006; Cal State Fullerton, April 2006; University of Kansas, September 2006.
14 Can Neuroscience Help Moral Philosophy, University of Utah, February In Search of Human Uniqueness, Chateau Maffliers, France, December A Solution to the Mind-Body Problem, Georgetown University, November Are Concepts Perceptually Based? Stanford Psychology Department Colloquium, November 2005; University of British Columbia Psychology Department, March Unnatural Norms, Brown University, October Moral Emotions: Guilt and Anger (with Shaun Nichols), Dartmouth Workshop, Moose Mountain Lodge, October A Neurofunctional Theory of Consciousness, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, September Do We Think in Pictures? Thought, Language, and Action Conference, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, September The AIR Theory of Consciousness, SPAWN Consciousness Conference, Syracuse University, July Moral Psychology and Affective Neuroscience, McDonnell Philosophy of Neuroscience Conference, Pasadena, June Is Morality Innate? Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference, Wake Foreset University, June 2005; Oxford University, March 2005; Rutgers University April, 2005; Duke University, April, 2005; Institute of Cognitive and Brain Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, May Gut Reactions, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Duke University, April Is Emotion a Form of Perception? Emotion and Modularity conference, University of Montreal, May The Emotional Basis of Moral Judgments: An Empirical Defense of Internalism, Brown University, April Religion, Genealogy, and Values, American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, March Emotions Embodied, Mini-Conference on the Philosophy of the Emotions, San Francisco, March Is Art An Adaptation? Leeds University, March Maintaining Mary: A Response to the Knowledge Argument. Mind and Language seminar visit, New York University, February 2005.
15 The Cultural Evolution of Morals, Columbia University, February Can Emotions Be Unconscious? University of Cincinnati, January The Normativity Challenge: Why Traits Won t Save Virtue Ethics, Virtue Ethics Conference, University of Denver, October Is Morality Innate? Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference, Wake Foreset University, June Religion, Genealogy, and Values, American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, March The Emotional Basis of Aesthetic Judgment, American Society for Aesthetics, Houston, October Emotions and Moral Concepts, International Society for Research on Emotions Conference, New York, June Larger Fish: Prototype Compositionality and Beyond, Compositionality, Concepts, and Cognition Conference, Universität Heinrich Heine, Düsseldorf, Germany, February Impressions and Ideas: Concept Empiricism Renewed, Australian National University, November Is Morality a Delusion? Macquarie University, Sydney, November Dining with Cannibals: Moral Convictions and the Challenge of Relativism, Texas Tech, October Has Neuroscience Solved the Mind-Body Problem? Texas Tech, October The Moral Emotions, Rutgers Naturalized Moral Psychology Workshop, October The Emotional Basis of Morals, University of Leeds, March, 2005; City University of New York, Graduate Center, February 2005; University of Cincinnati, January 2005; University of Minnesota, January 2005; University of Stockholm, December 2005; University of Toronto, December 2005; Monash University, November 2004; Northwestern, October 2004; Georgia State University, October Relatively Passionate Ethics, Cornell, September The Perceptual Basis of Concepts, Cornell (Psychology Department), September The Emotional Basis of Aesthetic Judgment, American Society for Aesthetics, Houston, October 2004.
16 Consciousness and Intentionality, New York University Consciousness Retreat, Fieseli, June Emotions and Moral Concepts, International Society for Research on Emotions Conference, New York, June The Nature and Nurture of Morals, The Psychology and Biology of Morals, Dartmouth, May The Genealogy of Morals, Naturalized Moral Psychology Workshop, Dartmouth, May Nietzsche Naturalized, Birkbeck College, University of London, Cumberland Lodge, May Ethics and Embodiment, University of Sussex, Brighton, May Genes, Genealogy, and Moral Relativism, April 2004, Université de Quebéc à Montréal. The Emotional Construction of Morals, University of Warwick, May 2004; University of California, San Diego, April, 2004; Centre de recherche en éthique de l'université de Montréal, April 2004; Mt. Holyoke College, March 2004; University of Utrecht, February Grounding Concepts in Perception, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, February Larger Fish: Prototype Compositionality and Beyond, Compositionality, Concepts, and Cognition Conference, Universität Heinrich Heine, Düsseldorf, Germany, February Are Children Little Scientists? Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburg, December The Neural Correlates of Consciousness, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany, November Emotions and Embodiment Could James Be Right? The University of Manitoba, November Feeling Good About Doing Good, Values in a World of Facts Conference, London, October Emotions, Embodiment, and Awareness, Emotions: Conscious and Unconscious workshop, Auvergne, France, October, An Empiricist Theory of Concepts, Institut Jean Nicod, Paris, October Really Bad Taste, Knowing Art Conference, University of British Columbia, August 2003.
17 New Perspectives of Concepts, Université de Québec à Montréal, Montréal, July Three Dogmas of Concept Rationalism, Rutgers University Philosophy Colloquium, New Brunswick, April Could Concept Empiricism Be Right? Stanford University Philosophy Colloquium, Palo Alto, December Back to Our Senses University of Western Ontario Philosophy Colloquium, London, Ontario, October A Neurofunctional Solution to the Mind-Body Problem, McDonnell/Carleton Conference on Philosophy and Neuroscience, Ottawa, October Reconciling Approaches to Intentionality, Miskolc Intentionality Conference, Miskolc, June A Theory of Emotion, Psychology Colloquium, York University, June Imitation and Morality, Perspectives on Imitation: From Cognitive Neuroscience to Social Science, Royaumont Abbey, France, May Do Psychopaths Comprehend Morality, Birkbeck College, University of London, Cumberland Lodge, May Sentiment and Moral Concepts, King s College London, May The Perceptual Basis of Concepts, London Concepts Group, Open University, April Concepts, (five lectures) King s College London, April-June Neuropsychology and Personal Identity, Psychopathology Seminar, King s College London, March Are Emotions Thoughts or Feelings, versions delivered at California Institute of Technology, December 2002; Yale University, January 2002; University of Stirling, March 2002; University College London, May 2002; and the University of Sussex, June Emotions as A Natural Kind International Society For Research on Emotions Conference, Cuenca, Spain, July Consciousness, Attention, and Reportability, Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 6, Barcelona, May-June Which Emotions Are Basic? Emotion, Evolution, and Rationality Conference, London, April 2002.
18 Emotion, Psychosemantics, and Somatic Appraisals, Royal Institute for Philosophy, Emotion Conference, Manchester, England, July Towards A Unified Theory of Consciousness, Computation and Neural Systems Seminar, California Institute of Technology, December Emotions Embodied, Philosophy Colloquium Williams College, October 2001; California Institute of Technology, November, Are There Different Types of Consciousness, A Response to Block, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference, New Orleans, March Getting to the Heart of Emotions, A Response to Griffiths, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Meeting, New York, December Mad dogs and Englishmen: Concept Empiricism Reconsidered, Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference, Palo Alto, June Can We Find a Unified Theory of Consciousness? Cognitive Science Symposium, Graduate Center, City University of New York, December Locating Visual Consciousness, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference, New Orleans, March Sensing Perceptions, Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference, Minneapolis, June Regaining Composure: A Defense of Prototype Compositionality, Society for Philosophy and Psychology Conference, New York, June Representation and Dynamic Systems Theory, Cognitive Science Symposium, Graduate Center, City University of New York, June Are Concepts Prototypes? Graduate Student Conference, Graduate Center, City University of New York, May Professional Service Referee Service: Journals: Brain and Mind, Behavioural and Brain Sciences, Cognition, Cognitive Science, Emotion, Hypatia, Journal of Consciousness Studies, Mind, Mind and Language, Nous, Philosophical Explorations, Philosophical Psychology, Philosophical Quarterly, Philosophy of Science, Synthese, Trends in Cognitive Science. Presses: Cambridge University Press, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Polity Press of Cambridge, Princeton University Press. Organizations: The Society for Philosophy and Psychology; The American Philosophical Association, International Society for Research on Emotions
19 Government agencies: National Science Foundation, Canadian Research Council, Economic and Social Research Council (UK), Dutch Council for the Humanities. Journal Editorial Board Service: Cognitive Science (2003-4), Emotion Review (2007-), European Review of Philosophy (2005-), Philosophical Explorations (2005-), Philosophical Psychology (2002-3), Philosophy Compass (2006-) Conference organization: Co-organizer (with William Bechtel, Andy Clark, and Mark Rollins) of Intentionality and the Natural Mind conference at Washington University, March, Co-organizer (with Alexander Rosenberg) of Emotions, Evolution, and Ethics conference at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April Co-organizer (with Alexander Rosenberg) of Naturalized Ethics conference at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, February Co-organizer (with Alexander Rosenberg and Joshua Knobe) of Ethics: Evolutionary, Comparative, and Psychological Perspectives conference at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, February Program chair (with Laurie Santos) for Society for Philosophy and Psychology, York University, Co-organizer (with Yoram Hazony) Psycho-Ontology conference at the Shalem Center, Jerusalem, December Co-organizer (with Victoria Pitts-Taylor) of Embodied Minds, City University of New York, Graduate Center, May Co-organizer (with Edouard Machery and Jurgis Skilters) of Perception and Concepts, Riga, Latvia, May Society Service: Member of executive committee for the International Society for Research on Emotions, 2004-present. Member of the program committee for the Aesthetics Society of America, Member of the executive committee for the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Program director, Summer School Instructor Venues:
20 Contemporary Psychology and the Moral Point of View. Barchem, Nethelands, August International Summer School in Affective Sciences. Geneva, Switzerland, August Embodied Inter-Subjectivity. Aigina, Greece, June Lectures at Art Venues: Nasher Museum, Durham, NC Triangle Arts Residence, Brooklyn, NY New Museum, New York, NY Recess Art, New York, NY Rubin Museum, New York, NY Program Review: External review: The School of Cognitive Science, Hampshire College, March External review: University of Cincinnati, Spring External examiner for dissertations at: Carleton University, Duke University (5 times), University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Rutgers University, St. Louis University.
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