In the XVI ANPOF meeting in 2014 (in Campos do Jordão), the first meeting of the Philosophy of Neuroscience workgroup of ANPOF took place. Soon after, we organized the I International Colloquium of Philosophy of Neuroscience/ the II Meeting of the Philosophy of Neuroscience workgroup, which took place in UFMT (Federal University of Mato Grosso) in December 2014, under the coordination of Professor Gabriel Mograbi with Professor Leonardo Almada as his co-head. The event featured two renowned international speakers: Georg Northoff (Mind, Brain Imaging and Neuroethics Lab/The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research (IMHR)/University of Ottawa) and Bernard Baars (Co-founder & Editor in Chief of the Society for MindBrain Sciences, a former Senior Fellow in Theoretical Neurobiology at The Neurosciences Institute in La Jolla, CA.), as well as many of the most important researchers of Brazil in the area. The meeting, in this first edition, did not have a fixed theme to be as inclusive as possible to all researchers in this research area, but it ended up revolving around topics about the self and consciousness. In 2016, the Philosophy of Neuroscience workgroup had its third event in the XVI ANPOF meeting in Aracaju. In the following year, we had our fourth meeting, as part of the “X Principia International Symposium” held by UFSC (Federal University of Santa Catarina), in Florianópolis. Still in 2017, the “II International Colloquium of Philosophy of Neuroscience – Cross-Modal Perception” took place in Unisinos in November, under the coordination of Dr. Sofia Inês Albornoz Stein, and featured the renowned philosopher Barry Smith (University of London), founder of the Centre for the Study of the Senses, and Dr. Abigail Prchal (Catedrática de Neurociência Universidad Nacional de Tucumán), who gave a speech on intermodal perception. Then, the group met again for the fifth time in the 17th ANPOF meeting in Vitória. The III International Colloquium on Philosophy of Neuroscience will now have a significant qualitative and quantitative improvement, with an increased number of renowned international speakers and reaching a larger national and international audience.