Here's the program for a workshop on Attention and Consciousness, put on by the ANU Centre for Consciousness. It will be held in the Sparke Helmore Lecture Theatre in the ANU College of Law later this week. If you'd like to attend, please email dicrosse [[at]] coombs.anu.edu.au.
Thursday June 25
9-10:30 Eric Schwitzgebel (Philosophy, UC Riverside), Consciousness and Attention
11-12:30 Matthew Finkbeiner (Cognitive Science, Macquarie), Visual Attention and Reportability
2-3:30 Brian Scholl (Psychology, Yale), The Logic of Seeing (and not Seeing)
4-5:30 Ned Block (Philosophy, NYU), Attention and Veridicality
7pm Conference Dinner
Friday June 26
9-10:30 Chris Mole (Philosophy, UBC), Attending and Referring
11-12:30 John Campbell (Philosophy, UC Berkeley), Where Does Consciousness Fit In? On the Boolean Map Theory of Visual Attention
2-3:30 Declan Smithies (Philosophy, ANU/OSU), What Is Attention?
4-5:30 David Chalmers (Philosophy, ANU), Wrap-Up/Discussion