Month: April 2019

Gaslighting, Confabulation, and Epistemic Innocence

Our series of posts on confabulation continues, featuring papers that appear in a special issue of Topoi on the topic, guest edited by Sophie Stammers and Lisa Bortolotti. Today’s post, on gaslighting, confabulation, and epistemic innocence, is by Andrew Spear, Philosophy Faculty...

Australasian Society for Philosophy and Psychology 2018

The Australasian Society for Philosophy and Psychology formed in 2017, with the aim to “promote interaction in Australasia among philosophers and psychologists, broadly construed to include anyone interested in scientific study of the mind”. The ASPP held their inaugural conference at...

Philosophical Perspectives on Confabulation

Have you ever explained something that you believe or that you’ve done in a way that felt appropriate and meaningful at the time, but which, on reflection, you might have realized was a little…well…made up? You’re not alone! ‘Confabulation’, first studied...