Also participated in the sessions Eric Schliesser (Universiteit Gent), Josefa Toribio (University of Barcelona) and Mario Sousa-Santos (University College London), all three specialists on Daniel C. Dennett’ work and invited to participate in the seminar as he requested himself.
Eric Schliesser is Professor of Moral Philosophy at the Universiteit Gent (Belgium). His research focuses on the philosophy of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and its relationship to science, moral philosophy and political economy. He has published numerous works on Newton, Huygens, Spinoza, Berkeley, Hume, Adam Smith, Sophie de Condorcet and Kant.
Josefa Toribio is ICREA research professor at the University of Barcelona. Member of LOGOS Research Group (Research Group of Analytic Philosophy) from the same university. His main areas of research are philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science and epistemology.
Mario Sousa Santos is a PhD student at University College London. He works on issues of philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of mind, psychology, epistemology and philosophy of science.