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SLAPSA sponsors an annual conference on philosophy and history of science. 

SLAPSA XIII: The Thirteenth Meeting of the Saint Louis Area Philosophy of Science Association will take place this year online. Although we will not be in the same room, we look forward to continuing the SLAPSA tradition of supportive, engaging discussion while respecting the need to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please join us!

SLAPSA XIII:

The Thirteenth Meeting of the Saint Louis Area Philosophy of Science Association

March 27, 2021

1:00 – 1:45

Is Empathy a Natural Kind?

Riana Betzler, Washington University

1:50 – 2:35

Memory Without Mental Imagery: What Aphantasia Tells Us About Remembering

Tomy Ames, Washington University (formerly at University of Missouri – St. Louis)

2:35 – 2:50 Break

2:50 – 3:35

On the Uses of Complexity in Anthropology

Talia Dan-Cohen, Washington University

3:40 – 4:25

The Tricky Business of Inferring Moral Behavior from Archaeological Evidence

Helen De Cruz, Saint Louis University

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Please contact Gualtiero Piccinini at piccininig # umsl.edu (please replace ‘#’ with ‘@’) to sign up for the conference for zoom link!