Workshop on Social Cognition

Workshop on Social Cognition

Social cognition is the general ability to accept, process, and apply information about social situtations and contexts, and has been studied from from many different scientific and philosophical perspectives. The evolution of advanced forms social cognition was crucial in the history of our Human lineage.

This workshop, sponsored by the Centre for Philosophy of the Sciences, will bring together an interdisciplinary group of speakers to discuss cutting-edge research in the area.

For a full schedule, please check back later in March or sign up for one of our mailing lists.

Date & time

Thu 26 Apr 2018, 9.30am – Fri 27 Apr 2018, 5.30pm


Conference Room 1.02, Sir Roland Wilson Building (ANU #120)


Paula Rubio-Fernandez (Oslo)
Ron Planer (ANU)
Richard Moore (HU Berlin)
Tori McGeer (ANU)
Richard Menary (Macquarie)
Nicholas Evans (ANU)
Penny van Bergen (Macquarie)
Danielle Barth (ANU)


Carl Brusse
02 6125 7078


Updated:  19 September 2018/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications