Here are presentations from KNEW 2011 available for download.
- Paco Calvo – Systematic behavior and the varieties of (representational) vehicles
- Wayne Christensen and John Michael – The representational demands of mind reading
- Andrzej Kapusta – Representation and engaged epistemology
- Paweł Gładziejewski – On the relation between folk psychological and scientific concepts of mental representation
- Christopher Martin – A process-oriented definition of teamwork with consequences for team cognition and performance (here is the full paper)
- Huw Price – Representationalism: My journey from nihilism to dualism
- Jonathan Knowles – Anti-representationalism and perception
- Timo Vuorio – On the very problem of representation
- Robert Clowes – Virtualist representation and the heterogeneous vehicles of thought
- Edouard Machery – Doing without Concepts
- Fredrik Stjernberg – Kinds of representations, kinds of cognition
- Piotr Wilkin – Do representations need to represent?
- Krystyna Bielecka – Social coordination as an important component of mental representation
- Marcin Miłkowski – The role of representation in computational explanations
- Konrad Talmont-Kaminski – Reference and religious representations
And in The Reasoner (vol. 5, no. 10, 2011), there is a short summary of the workshop.