What Is the Imagination?
Imagination is as fascinating as it is tricky to characterise. When we imagine, we form particular kinds of mental representations that are variously related to – although also different from – a number of other representations, such as beliefs, percepts, and memories, as well as desires, hopes, and expectations. How are imaginings connected to – and yet distinct from – all these other representations? Is there any unity in our heterogenous uses of the word ‘imagination’, or do they range over a variety of different states, capacities, and activities? What, in other words, does imagination amount to?
15.00-16.30 Greg Currie (York)
Discussant: Andrea Raimondi (Turin)
16.40-18.10 Nick Wiltsher (Antwerp)
Discussant: Marta Benenti (Turin)
Aula Enzo Paci, Direzione del Dipartimento di Filosofia, Università degli Studi di Milano, via Festa del Perdono 7, 20122, Milano.
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