Workshop on "Culture, Cognition, and Action". Tuesday 21 March:
15:00 – 16:00 Richard Menary (Sydney): Did social cognition culturally evolve?
16.00 - 17.00 Marco Fenici (Florence): The role of experience in the false belief test
17:30 – 18:30 Vivian Bohl (Tartu): Social relationships and shared emotions
Wednesday 22 March:
09:30 – 10:30 Francesco Guala (Milan): Institutions and functions
10:30 – 11:30 Christine Caldwell (Stirling): Insights on cumulative culture from laboratory studies of cultural evolution
12:00 – 13:00 Olivier Morin (Jena): How to say things with things: the evolution of graphic codes
23 February, Erik Angner (University of Stockholm): 'There is no problem of interpersonal comparisons'
17 February, Petar Bojanic (University of Rijeka and University of Belgrade): 'Institutions as repertoires of institutional acts: the status of non-social acts'
"Acting together: Coordination, Collective Goals, and Cooperation" Warwick-Milan Workshop II – Centre for the Study of Social Action Speakers: Blomberg, Kourtis, Tummolini, Fiebich, Curioni, Smith, Battaglia-Mayer, Butterfill
12 April, Gianfranco Mormino (Università degli Studi di Milano), "Diritto e determinismo in Leibniz"
10 May, Edoardo Fittipaldi (Università degli Studi di Milano) "Sources, Addressees, Operative Facts: (Possible) Cognitive Elements of Norms and Their Significance to The Investingation of Paranomies"
28 January - "Trust in Economics" Workshop, with Massimiano Bucchi (Trento), Robert Evans (Cardiff), Francesco Guala (Milan), Tiago Mata (UCL), Carlo Martini (Helsinki), David Teira and Jesus Zamora Bonilla (Madrid).
5 February, Federico Faroldi (Università degli Studi di Pisa e Firenze / NYU / EPHE), "Deontic Conflicts in (Formal) Semantics: Old Problems and New Solutions"
15 March, Francesco Guala (Università degli Studi di Milano), "Norms and Strategies: from Mixed-Motives to Coordination Games"
14 April Christian List (Philosophy and Government, LSE), "Can we design a perfect democratic decision procedure?"
5 May Joseph Call (Psychology, St Andrews), "Bargains that primates make".
26 May Natalie Sebanz (Cognitive Science, Central European University) "How t(w)o act together".
27 January Nicolas Baumard (Cognitive Science, Ecole Normale Superieure) "Explaining non-cooperative behavior: A life-history theory".
29 January Workshop: How to Derive Ought from Is (Frank Hindriks, Wojciech Zelaniec, Roberta de Monticelli, Josef Moural).
10 February Gergely Csibra (Cognitive Science, Central European University), "Human infants infer social relations from cost-benefit analysis of observed interactions".
24 February Cedric Paternotte (Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy), "The Joint Action-Biological Individuality Analogy".
17 March Giuseppe Di Pellegrino (Psychology, Bologna) "The Contribution of Medial Prefrontal Cortex to Social Decision-Making and Interactions".
14 October Natalie Gold (Philosophy, King's College London) "Experimental Evidence for Team Reasoning"
28 October Rita Astuti (Anthropology, LSE) "On Entering and Leaving the Lab: Reflections from Madagascar".
11 November Raymond Duch (Politics, Oxford) "Attributing Responsibility to Collective Decision Makers"
25 November Pierpaolo Battigalli (Economics, Bocconi) "Revealed Preferences in Game Theory".
16 December Luca Tummolini (Cognitive Science, CNR) "Tracking the ownership of objects".