Australasian Philosophical Review (APR), Vol 2 Issue 1: Attention in Philosophy of Mind

[From Monima Chadha]

Australasian Philosophical Review (APR), Vol 2 Issue 1: Attention in Philosophy of Mind

Curator: Monima Chadha

Lead Author: Jonardon Ganeri, “Mental Time Travel and Attention”

Invited commentaries from: John Taber, Dan Zahavi, and Susanna Siegel & Nicholas Silins.

Committee: Amber Carpenter, Bronwyn Finnigan, Jennifer Windt

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The APR is seeking proposals for commentaries on Jonardon Ganeri’s “Mental Time Travel and Attention”.

Abstracts should be brief (100-500 words), stating clearly the aspects of the target article that will be discussed, together with an indication of the line that will be taken. More details are available at the APR website: http://australasianphilosophicalreview.org/2.1

Those who are interested should register as commentators to view Jonardon Ganeri’s paper and the invited commentaries.

Abstract submissions for Volume 2 Issue 1 should be sent to apr@aap.org.au by 15 June 2017.

Invitations to write commentaries of 2000-3000 words will be issued on 6th July 2017. Full-length commentaries will be due on 15th September 2017.

About Matthew Dasti

Matthew R. Dasti is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Bridgewater State University.

One thought on “Australasian Philosophical Review (APR), Vol 2 Issue 1: Attention in Philosophy of Mind

  1. According to Sri Madhvacharya, the founder of Dvaita philosophy,
    the mind is the prototype of the eternal soul which soul every individual has in his body as experiencer. Mind is subtle body.
    Every individual takes 84 lakh lives through various species, to gain
    experience. Mind coexists with the eternal soul, until the 84 lakh lives
    are exhausted. It is very close to the soul. The living through 84 lakh lives helps the individual to gently seperate itself from the prototype called the mind. The soul, by now, is able to know its nature and moves toward its destination. Mind is Atheendraya vastu. Unseen sense organ. Helps to coordinate the input the 84
    lakh lives receive at appropriate timings.
    God Vishnu has appointed Rudra or Siva as the demigod for
    minds of individuals. Any prayer for betterment of mind is to be
    addressed to the Manoabhimani devata Rudra or Mind God Rudra

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