This is the third time when OnlineTV has invited us for a tv show “There is a such thing”. A theme of that show is the problem of free will. In the core of that problem is the dilemma of determinism which says that we have troubles with free will in both cases when determinism is sound and when it is not.
We are glad to present you the interview with Kenneth Williford – an associate professor of the University of Texas at Arlington, and a friend of our Center. He is the editor of the collection of essays “Self-Representational Approaches to Consciousness” (2006). Professor Williford’s own views are close to self-representational approaches, and they are discussed in the interview.
We are glad to introduce the second recording of a program “There is such a thing” on the channel “the First Interactive TV” dedicated to the problems of consciousness, which was attended by Co-Director of our Center Dmitry Volkov.
Last week from 25 to 30 November, Jesse Prinz, a prominent philosopher and cognitivist, a professor at New York University and a good friend of the Center, was a guest of Philosophy Department of Lomonosov Moscow State University. Prinz is known widely outside of the philosophy of mind, he is interested in experimental philosophy, aesthetics, epistemology, social philosophy, philosophy of psychology.
We are pleased to introduce the recording of a program “There is such a thing” on the channel “the First Interactive TV” dedicated to the problems of consciousness, which was attended by Co-Director of our Center Dmitry Volkov. It discusses a variety of issues related to consciousness