APRIL: Commentary on ‘No Spontaneous Imaginings’ at MLAG III, Porto, Portugal

MARCH: ‘Use Your Imagination (Sometimes for Epistemic Good)’ at the Rocky Mountains 2019 Graduate Conference in Boulder, Co, USA. ……An earlier draft was first presented at the University of Manchester Graduate seminar, Manchester, United Kingdom in February, 2019.

FEB:‘Can dreams and imaginative episodes be equally epistemically useful?’ at the Dreams, Hallucinations and Imagination workshop, centre for (?), Glasgow, United Kingdom.

JAN: ‘Grief is not (always) irrational’  at the Death, Decay and Disgust conference, De Paul University, Chicago, USA.


OCTOBER 2018: ‘Aristotle on the imagination’ – Philosophical Imagination, Thought Experiments and Arguments in Antiquity in Maribor, Slovenia [via Skype]

SEPTEMBER 2018: ‘When is the imagination epistemically useful?’ at the 56th annual meeting of the Alabama Philosophical Society, September 28-29th 2018 in Pensacola, Florida, USA. .

“On the uses and epistemic role of imagining”, Mind and Brain Conference, September 20 and 21, 2018 at the Center for Cognition and Neuroethics in Flint, MI USA.

There are no different kinds of Imagination‘ at ENFA 7, Lisbon, Portugal. First presented at the Third Belgrade Graduate Conference in Analytic Philosophy, Serbia, May 2018

JUNE 2018: ‘Imagination, Propositional Content and Modal Belief‘ at The 2nd Context, Cognition and Communication Conference, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw – June 16th-19th 2018


OCTOBER 2017:   ‘Justification, Imagination and Mental Agency‘ at NorMind’s 2017 Meeting, Aarhus, Denmark: October 6th 2017 (INVITED), and also at the 9th European Congress of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP9), 21st-26th August 2017 in Munich

JUNE 2017: ‘What is the link between the cognitive phenomenology and rationality of deliberation?’  at The Rational Role of Cognitive Phenomenology – University of Bergen, Norway on June 6-7, 2017

and the Lake Geneva 2nd Graduate Conference, Fribourg, Switzerland – 13th October 2017.

MAY 2017: ‘Can we explain the phenomenology of visual experiences from their contents alone?’ – Diaphora Workshop II: The Nature of Representation, Stockholm University, May 17th-19th 2017


JUNE 2016:  ‘Centred-World Perceptual Contents and the Communication of De Se Beliefs‘ at the 1st Context, Cognition and Communication Conference: Context dependence in language, action and cognition, University of Warsaw, Poland, 15th-18th June 2016