The conference will begin February 19th sometime before noon Eastern Standard Time; here are the papers for those that want to read them ahead of the conference.
- Hakwan Lau–Sensory Awareness and Perceptual Certainty
- Matthew Conduct —Naive Realism without Disjunctivism about Experience
- Keith Frankish —Qualia: The Real Thing?
- Philip Goff —Ghosts and Sparse Properties
- Dan Llyod —The Neural Correlates of Temporality: Default Mode Variability and State-Dependent Temporal Awareness
- Pete Mandik —Color-Consciousness Conceptualism
- Joeseph Neisser —Correlates, Causes, and the Neurobiology of Consciousness
- Adam Pautz —Why Consciousness Can’t Just be in the Head: A New Argument against Biological Theories
- Stephane Savanah —The Concept Possession Hypothesis of Self-Consciousness
- Carolyn Suchy-Dicey —Inductive Skepticism and the Methodological Argument
- Brian Talbot —The Irrelevance of Folk Intuitions to the ‘Hard Problem’ of Consciousness