First keynote presentation: Friday (at 10:40)

Martin Davies (University of Oxford) will talk on "Cognitive theories of delusion" 

Photo of Martin Davies, source: Davies is Wilde Professor of Mental Philosophy at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of Corpus Christi College. His research interests are in philosophy of mind and cognitive science, with recent work on delusions (including anosognosia for motor impairments), the methodology of cognitive neuropsychology, and consciousness, and empirical collaborations on the illusion of self-touch (a version of the rubber hand illusion), inattentional blindness, and motion-induced blindness.  

Second keynote presentation: Saturday (at 13:00)

Elinor Mason (University of Edinburgh) will talk on "Responsibility for moral ignorance"

Photo of Elinor Mason, source: Mason joined the department of Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh in 2004. Previously she was an assistant professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder and before that at Arizona State University. Dr Mason got her PhD at Reading. She is currently working on a book-length defense of consequentialism, and is also doing work on the idea of moral responsibility.