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Joint Session 2014

Cambridge, Fitzwilliam College
Friday 11 July (17:00) - Sunday 13 July 2014 (19:00)

The UK's biggest annual philosophy conference, The Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association, will be held this year at the Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge (11-13 July). Birmingham's Professor Ian Rumfitt will be one of the keynote speakers. The title of his talk is "Truth and Meaning". 

In addition, as part of the AHRC-funded project on the epistemic innocence of imperfect cognitions, Kengo Miyazono and Ema Sullivan-Bissett will be presenting new papers at the conference's Open Sessions: Kengo will talk about the epistemic value of delusions and Ema about the theory of delusion formation that best accommodates the potential epistemic benefits of delusions.

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