·         - Program

·         - Scientific Argument

·         Call for posters (deadline: May, 20 – acceptance notifications will be given as submissions will be received)

·         Venue

Memory and Subjectivity
A philosophy-psychology workshop


Jeudi 9 juin

Salle Médiat

71 bis, rue des universités, Domaine Universitaire, Grenoble


13h15-13h30: Ouverture/Opening

 13h30-14h30: Loretxu Bergouignan: "When mind and body interacts: childhood memories, an example of body constrained memory access"

14h30-15h30: Arnaud d’Argembeau: “Subjective characteristics of episodic future thinking”

Pause café/Coffee break

15h45-16h45: Matt Frise: "Forgetting"

16h45-17h45: Mark Rowlands: “The Remembered: Understanding the Content of Episodic Memory”

20h00: Dîner/Dinner


Vendredi 10 juin

Salle Médiat

71 bis, rue des universités, Domaine Universitaire, Grenoble


9h15-10h15: Giuliana Mazzoni: “Memory: What matters is the subjective belief”

10h15-11h15: Céline Souchay: “Fractionation of subjective states in episodic memory: an illustration with autism”

 Pause café/Coffee break

11h30-12h30: Georg Theiner: “Extended Minds en route to Transhuman Subjects: The Bostrom-Clark-Fuller Express”


14h00-15h00: Markus Werning: “Reconciling the Subjective and the Objective: Can we give a philosophical analysis of episodic memory that renders it a natural kind?”  

15h00-16h00: Marie Izaute: “Metacognition and psychopathology: an illustration with schizophrenia”  

Pause café/Coffee break  

16h15-17h15: David Barnett: “Memory, Epistemic Responsibility, and the First-Person Perspective”  

17h15-18h15: poster session  

20h00: Dîner/Dinner


Samedi 11 juin

Amphi H - Bâtiment C.L.V.

77, rue des universités, Domaine Universitaire, Grenoble

 9h00-10h00: Christoph Hoerl: “Episodic memory and the concept of experience”  

10h00-11h00: Sarah Robins: “Breaking Memory’s Causal Chains”  

Pause café/Coffee break    

11h15-12h15: Mathieu Hainselin: "Memory and (simul)action"




Invited Speakers


Arnaud d’Argembeau (Université de Liège, Belgium)

Céline Souchay (Université Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France)

Christoph Hoerl (Warwick, UK)

David Barnett (Union College, New York, USA)

Georg Theiner  (University of Villanova, USA)

Giuliana Mazzoni  (University of Hull, UK)

Loretxu Bergouignan (Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and language, Spain) 

Marie Izaute (Université de Clermont-Ferrand Blaise Pascal, France)

Mark Rowlands  (University of Miami, USA)

Markus Werning  (Ruhr Universität, Bochum, Germany)

Mathieu Hainselin  (Université de Picardie Jule verne, France)

Matthew Frise (Baylor University, USA)

Sarah K.Robins (The University of Kansas, USA)