Sunday, April 23, 2006

SPP Comments

The Society for Philosophy and Psychology is having its annual meeting in St. Louis in June. Shaun Nichols, one of the conference organizers, invited me to comment on a paper by Jonathan Weinberg and Aaron Meskin on a kind of theoretical psychological explanation to the puzzle of imaginative resistance. Cool! (Now I only wish I'd been on the ball sooner, so I could have submitted my own paper. Next year!)

1 comment:

  1. Impressive! I'm sure you'll wow all those philosophy people in St. Louis. And you HAVE to eat fried ravioli and frozen custard while you're there. I know people who would insist on beef ravioli, but I'd go for fried cheese ravioli.