Bird, Steven: Language learning in the wild: entering the life-world of a remote Indigenous community.
Brown, Deborah & Key, Brian: Consciousness cannot be separated from the structure-determines-function principle.
Dennett, Daniel: Consciousness and free will evolved together.
Hutto, Daniel: Bacteria and Bach: Clarifying Kinds of Cognition.
Koramannil, Ganesh: Going beyond the surface of diversity: parallels of practices and prospects of common grounds – A personal reflection on Indian and Indigenous cultural fabrics and undercurrents .
McMahon, Jennifer: Pleasure, Change, and the Evolving Taste in What’s Worth Knowing.
Menary, Richard: Enculturating Cognition: From Simple Minds to Talking Heads and Back.
Mumford, Stephen: Perception of Absence.
Schwenkenbecher, Anne: Do group agents resemble psychopaths?
Sterelny, Kim: Religion: Ritual and Community to Costs and Signals.
Sutton, John: Neolithic personal memory: cognitive change and the scaffolded mind.
Windt, Jennifer: Spontaneous thought & mental autonomy.
Clutton, Peter (with Sandgren, Alexander): A new puzzle for phenomenal intentionality.
Jeffs, Rory: The Transcendental Ghost in the Evolved Machine: Dennett and Malabou on navigating Naturalism through the Fog of Post-Kantian Epistemology.
Nielsen, Merin: Feelings, concepts and pathways for resolving prioritised needs.
Planer, Ronald: Cultural variation in “theory of mind”: The view from cognitive science.
Wood, Graham: Three evolved domains of belief: predictive, cooperative, and communicative.
Gillett, Alexander: The transformative cultural niche: the case of human spatial cognition.
Luoto, Severi: Extended phenotypes via life history theory, behavioral ecology, and ecological stoichiometry: An updated theoretical framework for human sexual selection.
Mann, Stephen: Applied cultural evolution: Studying language change with evolutionary methods.
Mingon, McArthur: Moving Minds Together: Culture, Cognition and the Maori Haka.
Sanders, Stephen: On the Ontology of Cultural Units: Comparing Daniel Dennett and Dan Sperber.
Totschnig, Wolfhart: Why is the human psyche such a mess? The answer from meme theory.
Walmsley, Lachlan: The first memes.
Davis, Oscar: Metaethical Incommensurability and the Role of Evolutionary Explanation.
Grisogono, Anne-Marie (with Oppenheimer, Paul E.): The Emergence of Collective Entities.
Lean, Christopher: Remembering the Big Question.
Spurrett, David: Affording Affordances.
Stotz, Karola: Developmental Niche Construction.
Thomas, Graham: Story as Niche Construction: The Cultural Evolution of Fictional Narratives.
Moore, Susan: A leap of faith: intercultural constructions of safety in the NT.
Puch-Bouwman, Jen: Epistemic Colonialism: Indigenous and non-western Knowledges in the Academy.
Sangha, Kamaljit: Mainstreaming nature related cultural values into policy development.
Zemits, Birut (and panel): Environmental Philosophy in the Anthropocene with a North Australian perspective
Pollock, Wayne: Where is Philosophy of Education in Teacher Education Curriculum?
Brodski, Michael: Screening Universals: A biocultural Approach to Childhood Studies and Visual Arts.
Bullot, Nicolas & Harrop, Lee: The power of words in modernist and contemporary visual arts.
Heap, Jodie: Unleashing the ‘creative imagination’ in the domains of philosophy, science and art.
Killin, Anton: Evolving creativity: homologies and analogies.
Nannicelli, Ted: Aesthetics and the Limits of the Extended Mind.