Animal Minds: Methodological Issues in Cognitive Ethology

2010-2011 Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science

February 11, 2011
Barristers Hall, BU School of Law

Audio Recordings

Morning session: Irina Meketa, Moderator

Irina Meketa (Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy at Boston University), Moderator

“What the Red Sox Can Teach US About Studying Animal Minds”

Eric Saidel, Department of Philosophy, George Washington University

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“Studies on the Cognitive Ethology of Grey Parrots”

Irene M. Pepperberg, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, and Brandeis University, Harvard University

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“Knowledge of Other Minds: What’s Science Got to Do With It?”

Dale Jamieson , Department of Philosophy, Department of Environmental Studies, and School of Law, New York University

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Afternoon session: Irina Meketa, Moderator

Opening of the session by Alisa Bokulich, Director of the Center for Philosophy and History of Science

“Reflections of Animal Minds”

Diana Reiss, Department of Psychology,Hunter College, and the Biopsychology and Behavioral Neuroscience Program, The Graduate Center, CUNY

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“Animal Minds and Animal Emotions: What we Know, How We Know It, and Why It Really Matters”

Marc Bekoff, Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder

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“Models, Mechanisms, and Animal Minds”

Colin Allen, Department of History & Philosophy of Science and Program in Cognitive Science, Indiana University, Bloomington

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The last few minutes are missing.
The PowerPoint presentation is displayed below.

Dale Jamieson and Marc Bekoff

Alisa Bokulich, Eric Saidel, and Ruth Millikan