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February 26, 2006

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Andrea Scarantino

Thank you for the useful links. If I may, I would like to add to the list the annual conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions (ISRE), which will be held in Atlanta, GA, August 6-10 2006. Abstract submissions are open until March 15. Here is the link to the conference website: http://www.cas.gsu.edu/isre2006/.

Remis Ramos

I'm sorry for the double comment, but I forgot to add the link to the Monty Python's "Mr. Gumby and the Neuroscientist" sketch...

http://youtube.com/watch?v=IIlKiRPSNGA

"... are you the brain specialist? my brain hurts!..."

praymont

There's also the 98th meeting of the SSPP (Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology), April 13-15 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Timothy J Scriven

Naive little me was suprised to discover how much analytic philosophy goes on in the continent, based on the link you posted to the German analytic philosophy confrence. Thanks! I always ( absurdly in hindsight) thought it was all or mostly hardcore continental philosophy. I think it's a real shame we don't hear more about their work, there's probably heaps of great stuff going to waste.

Mentifex

I am using the information found here to augment the consciousness page of my AI Algorithms project.

Andy

www.byronevents.net/maurieg

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