WashU faculty, postdocs, and graduate students will be speaking at the 2023 meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology
Members of the Philosophy Department and Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology program will be in Louisville this weekend for the 114th annual meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology. Judith Carlisle will present "What is the role of etiological causes in nosology?" and Gabe Siegel will present "Perceiving as self-caused" in a session on Mechanisms and Processes on Friday afternoon; Boyd Millar will present "Are Misinformed Partisan Beliefs Rational?" in a session on Social Practices and Epistemology on Saturday morning; and Tomy Ames, Lemuel Tang, Lesley Walker, Mason Westfall, and Gabby Zhang will present comments at other sessions. Best of luck, everyone!