MSF Conference in Mind and Metaphysics

Marc Sanders Foundation Conferences aim to bring together experts in the field to present their research and interact with one another’s ideas. These conferences are held in conjunction with existing philosophy departments and are free and open to all academics, students, and interested members of the public who wish to attend.

The first Sanders Conference was held at Princeton University from November 1st – 3rd, 2013, on the topic of the philosophy of perception. These are recordings of the papers from each of the keynote speakers.

video screen capture of Casey O'Callaghan

video iconNot All Perceptual Experience is Modality Specific
Casey O’Callaghan, Rice University

video screen capture of Susanna Siegel

video iconAffordances and the Contents of Perception
Susanna Siegel, Harvard University

video screen capture of Susanna Schellenberg

video iconThe Particular Elements of Perceptual Experience
Susanna Schellenberg, Rutgers University

video screen capture of Alex Byrne

video iconKnowing that I am in pain
Alex Byrne, MIT

video screen capture of Christopher Peacocke

video iconMagnitudes: Metaphysics and Perception
Christopher Peacocke, Columbia University

video screen capture of Galen Strawson

video iconReal Direct Realism
Galen Strawson, UT Austin

Please find a conference schedule here: Sanders Conference Schedule 2013 (PDF)