The SIUCC (Seminario Interuniversitario de Ciencia Cognitiva) annual conferences are three-day workshops, intended to focus on the contributions of an influential philosopher, which have been organized by the Spanish Analytic Community for the past 20 years, under the auspices of the Spanish Society for Analytic Philosophy, SEFA (, since the creation of the society in 1994. Invited speakers are asked to present three papers, which can be new material or a revision of former work. Recent workshops were:

XXII, Donostia-San Sebastian 2012, invited speaker: Jesse Prinz.
XXI, Granada 2011, invited speaker: Jaakko Hintikka.
XX, Barcelona 2010, invited speaker: Crispin Wright.
XIX, Zaragoza 2009, invited speaker: Ernest Sosa.
XVIII, Madrid 2008, invited speaker: John Perry.
XVII, Palma de Mallorca 2007, invited speaker: Peter Carruthers.
XVI, Valencia 2006, invited speaker: Richard Moran.
XV, Madrid 2005, invited speaker: Robert Brandom.
XIV, Murcia 2004, invited speaker: John McDowell.
XIII, Granada 2003, invited speaker: François Recanati.
XII, Girona 2002, invited speaker: Christopher Peacocke.
XI, Oviedo 2000, invited speaker: Barry Stroud.
X, San Sebastian 1999, invited speaker: Jaegwon Kim.
IX, La Laguna 1997, invited speaker: John Searle.
VIII, Granada 1996, invited speaker: Tyler Burge.
VII, Barcelona 1995, invited speaker: Robert Stalnaker.
VI, Madrid 1996, invited speaker: Ruth Millikan.
V, Barcelona 1993, invited speaker: Ned Block.
IV, Valencia 1992, invited speaker: Fred Drestske.
III, Menorca 1990, invited speaker: Jerry Fodor.
II, Salamanca 1990, invited speaker: Daniel Dennett.
I, San Sebastian 1989, invited speakers: Davis & Clark.


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