THE CALENDAR

Events and research activities involving the project team and some of the Imperfect Cognitions network members for the duration of the project.
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1 October 2014 Lisa Bortolotti's new ERC funded project, Pragmatic and Epistemic Role of Factually Erroneous Cognitions and Thoughts (PERFECT), starts today! Visit us at www.projectperfect.eu 
1 September 2014 Lisa Bortolotti's AHRC Fellowship has come to an end! 
29 August 2014 Ema Sullivan-Bissett presents her paper 'Epistemic Innocence and Delusion Formation' at the Belief Formation Research Group at Macquarie University. 
13 July 2014 Kengo Miyazono presents his and Lisa Bortolotti's co-written paper 'Do Delusions Have any Epistemic Value?' at the 88th Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association at the University of Cambridge. 
12 July 2014 Ema Sullivan-Bissett gives her paper 'Epistemic Innocence and Delusion Formation' at the 88th Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association at the University of Cambridge. 
30 June 2014 Jordi Fernandez and Kengo Miyazono participate in and deliver papers at the European Epistemology Network meeting in Madrid. Kengo's paper is entitled 'The Doxastic Innocence of Delusions' and Jordi's paper is entitled: 'Memory as a generative epistemic source'. 
21 June 2014 Matthew Parrott gives his paper 'The Subjective Structure of Schizophrenic Experience', at The Subjective Structure of Consciousness Workshop at University of Manchester. 
10 June 2014 Richard Dub gives a paper entitled 'A Non-Doxasticist Model of Delusions' at University of Lausanne, Switzerland. 
27 May 2014 Lisa Bortolotti participates in an event on Wise Choice organised by the Forum for European Philosophy at the London School of Economics. 
23 May 2014 Lisa Bortolotti presents a paper entitled: 'The Ethics of Challenging Distorted Memories' at the Ethical Theory and Moral Practice Annual Workshop in Lund. 
19 May 2014 Kengo Miyazono participates in a workshop in Dusseldorf on 'Functions in the mind and brain mechanisms: the role of altered cognition in cognitive science research'. 
16 May 2014 Maarten Boudry is the co-organiser of a workshop on scientism at the Graduate Centre of the City University in New York. 
15 May 2014 Richard Dub is giving a talk on 'Modes and Attitudes Types' at the Swiss Centre for Affective Sciences, Campus Biotech, Geneva. 
9 May 2014 Second day of project workshop, featuring Petter Johansson and Lars Hall, Miranda Fricker, and Jules Holroyd. 
8 May 2014 First day of project workshop, featuring Ryan McKay and Maarten Boudry, Ema Sullivan-Bissett, Lisa Bortolotti, Martin Conway, and Katerina Fotopoulou. 
30 April 2014 Matthew Parrott gives his paper 'Seeing and Knowing Other Minds' at Cardiff University.  
30 April 2014 Ema Sullivan-Bissett presents a paper 'The Epistemic Status of Confabulatory Explanations' in the Mind and Reason research seminar at the University of York. 
24 April 2014 Rachel Gunn presents her paper 'On the Difficulty of Defining Delusions' at the 2nd International Conference on Cognitive Futures in the Humanities, University of Durham. 
12 April 2014 Matthew Parrott gives his paper 'Immunity to Error and the Experience of Thought Insertion' at the University of Fribourg.  
8 April 2014 Jill Craigie organises a conference in Senate House, London, on Mental capacities and legal responsibilities. She is also presenting on 'Mental capacities and legal personhood'. 
4 April 2014 Rachel Gunn presents a paper on the extended mind at AISB50, in the track entitled "Re-conceptualizing Mental Illness: An Ongoing Dialogue Between Enactive Philosophy and Cognitive Science."  
3 April 2014 Kengo Miyazono and Phil Gerrans talk about imagination and belief at a Balzan workshop on delusions, dreams and early modern literature at the University of Birmingham. 
3 April 2014 Magdalena Antrobus presents a paper on the cognitive benefits of manic-depressive disorder at AISB50, in the track entitled "Re-conceptualizing Mental Illness: An Ongoing Dialogue Between Enactive Philosophy and Cognitive Science."  
31 March 2014 Ema Sullivan-Bissett presents her paper 'The Possibility of Historical Malfunction' at the Philosophy of Biology in the UK conference in Cambridge. 
28 March 2014 Ema Sullivan-Bissett presents her paper 'Are Beliefs Based on Implicit Bias against Women in Philosophy Epistemically Innocent?' at the SWIP conference Feminism in/and Philosophy in All Souls College, Oxford. 
24 March 2014 From today, Ema Sullivan-Bissett and Lisa Bortolotti write 5 daily posts describing the Epistemic Innocence project on the Saving Humans blog. 
17 March 2014 Public engagement activity led by Kengo Miyazono and featuring Lisa Bortolotti, Matthew Broome and Ema Sullivan-Bissett during the Arts & Science Festival at the University of Birmingham. 
11 March 2014 Lisa Bortolotti presents a paper on the epistemic innocence of distorted memories at the History and Philosophy of Medicine seminar in Bristol. 
18 February 2014 Lisa Bortolotti writes a post on the project for the Oxford University Press blog. 
12 February 2014 Rachel Gunn gives her paper 'On the Difficulty of Defining Delusion' in the Postgraduate Work in Progress Seminar at the University of Birmingham. 
11 February 2014 Kengo Miyazono presents a paper entited 'Delusion and Harmful Dysfunction Analysis' at the Philosophy of Medicine seminar at King's College London. 
10 February 2014 Lisa Bortolotti writes a post introducing the project for the new blog Philosophy@Birmingham. 
29 January 2014 Lisa Bortolotti gives a talk on the Epistemic Innocence Project at the CamPoS Seminar Series at the University of Cambridge. 
29 January 2014 Ema Sullivan-Bissett gives her paper 'Epistemically Innocent Delusions: Support for the One-Stage Account' at the Edinburgh Epistemology Seminar. 
13 January 2014 Lisa Bortolotti presents a Work in Progress seminar at the University of Birmingham on Epistemic Benefits of Delusions. 
23 December 2013 Pablo López Silva gives his talk 'Inserted thoughts and the conditions for self-awareness' at the Interdisciplinary Approaches in Philosophy of Mind and Psychology conference in Santiago. 
16 December 2013 Keith Frankish discusses his work on delusions at a workshop on Schizophrenia and the Nature of Delusions at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France. 
1 December 2013 Kengo Miyazono presents a paper on delusions and Bayesianism at the inaugural iCog conference on 'Interdisciplinarity in Cognitive Science' in Sheffield.  
30 November 2013 Donna Rose Addis gives her paper entitled ‘Behavioral and Neural Correlates of Autobiographical Memory and Future Thinking in Depression’ at the Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Conference in Melbourne. 
27 November 2013 Ryan McKay presents his paper 'Delusions, positive illusions, and jumps to conclusions: Understanding departures from rational belief' at the CCD annual workshop in Sydney.  
27 November 2013 Ema Sullivan-Bissett presents her paper 'Epistemic Innocence: Grist to the One-Stager's Mill' in the Mind and Reason research seminar at the University of York. 
25 November 2013 Ryan McKay presents his paper (co-written with Emily Connaughton, Robyn Langdon, Max Coltheart, Gillian Rhodes, and Alexander Todorov) 'Paranoia, Face Perception and Trust' at the 7th Australian Cognitive Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuropsychiatry Research Forum at Macquarie University. 
16 November 2013 Magdalena Antrobus presents her paper 'Cognitive Benefits in Manic Depressive Illness' at the 17th Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference, and Matthew Parrot responds. 
15 November 2013 Philosophy of Memory Workshop in Adelaide, featuring papers by Jordi Fernandez and John Sutton. 
14 November 2013 Pablo López Silva gives his talk on the phenomenology of thought insertion and the self-presenting character of conscious experience at the Meeting of the Ockham Society, University of Oxford. 
6 November 2013 Jill Craigie talks about 'Mental capacity, neurodiversity and legal recognition' at the Scots Philosophical Association in Edinburgh. 
21 October 2013 Matteo Mameli participates in a workshop entitled 'What have animals told us about being human?' as part of the Arts and Humanities Festival 2013, King's College London. 
11 October 2013 Greg Currie and Anna Ichino present their paper 'Getting (More or Less) Rational Beliefs from Fiction' at the Art and the Nature of Belief conference at the University of York. 
8 October 2013 Lisa Bortolotti and Ryan McKay speak against the motion 'Delusions are radically different to normal beliefs' at a debate organised by the Maudsley Philosophy Group and the Royal Society of Medicine Section of Psychiatry. 
16 September 2013 Ema Sullivan-Bissett and Paul Noordhof present their paper 'Making Sense of Delusional Experience' at the Perception, Memory, and Imagination workshop in Gargnano. 
16 September 2013 Greg Currie presents his paper 'Imagining Seeing Fictional Things' at the Perception, Memory, and Imagination workshop in Gargnano. 
13 September 2013 Kengo Miyazono presents a paper entitled 'A Theory of Belief for Doxasticism about Delusion' at the Second PLM Conference - Philosophy of Language and Mind in Budapest. 
12 September 2013 Lisa Bortolotti is a keynote speaker at the Seventh Meeting of the Spanish Society for Analytic Philosophy (SEFA 2013) in Madrid. The talk is entitled 'Epistemic Shortfalls and Benefits of Delusions.' 
9 September 2013 Donna Rose Addis gives her paper entitled ‘Beyond the Past: The Broader Implications of Memory Loss in Aging and Dementia’ at the New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference in Auckland.  
2 September 2013 Official Start of the Project 
31 August 2013 Aleea Devitt gives her paper entitled ‘The Influence of Recombination and Phenomenal Qualities on the Generation of Memory Conjunction Errors in the Autobiographical Domain’ at the KiwiCAM Conference in Dunedin.  
15 July 2013 Matthew Broome leads a seminar on clinical and philosophical aspects of delusions at the Philosophy and Psychiatry Summer School in Oxford. 
10 July 2013 Matteo Mameli talks about 'Morality, evolution and culture' at ISHPSSB 2013, Montpellier. 
1 July 2013 Lisa Bortolotti is a guest blogger for Brains for the month of July. 
13 June 2013 Michael Larkin, Leon McRae and Lisa Bortolotti lead a workshop on Interpersonal Narratives and Mental Health funded by the Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Birmingham. 
10 June 2013 Kengo Miyazono talks about Bayesianism and delusions at the Work In Progress Workshop in the Philosophy of Psychiatry organised by Rachel Cooper in Lancaster. 
7 June 2013 Lisa Bortolotti talks about Rationality and Delusions at My Night with Philosophers (Institut Francais, London, 7:50pm). 
24 May 2013 Automaticity reading group (10:30am), University of Nottingham. Reading Huang and Bargh on automatic goal pursuit. Contact Jules Holroyd for details.  
4 April 2013 Kengo Miyazono presents a paper entitled 'Imaginative Resistance and Moral Conventional Task' at the Cognitive Future in Humanities 1st Conference, Bangor University. 
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