Tagungen und Workshops 2016


 

15. und 16. Januar 2016

 

Human Enhancement – auf dem Weg zum neuen Menschen?

 

Anthropologische und ethische Perspektiven auf biologische und technische Möglichkeiten

 

Interdisziplinärer Doktorandenworkshop

 

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Montag, 22. Februar 2016, 10 - 18 Uhr

Melanchthon Zimmer, Alte Burse, 3. Etage, Bursagasse

 

Kant Lektürekurs zu Kants Religionsphilosophie

 

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6. - 8. April 2016 (Datum korrigiert!)

 

Tagung: Wissen gestalten - Naturwissenschaft und grafisches Design

 

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14.-16. April 2016

 

Tübinger Platon-Tage 2016

 

Platon und die Physis

 

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10. und 11. Mai 2016

 

PONS Workshop on Multimodal Perception

with Casey O’Callaghan (Washington, St. Louis) Organized by Hong Yu Wong and the CIN Philosophy of Neuroscience Group (PONS)

 

This workshop will focus on topics in the philosophy of perception with a special focus on multimodality. It will revolve around chapters from Casey O’Callaghan’s manuscript on multimodal and crossmodal perception. Casey O’Callaghan is Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology program at Washington University, St. Louis. Professor O'Callaghan will join the workshop as a guest 
instructor. Issues to be covered include:
 cross modal perception, the individuation of the senses (Molyneux’s problem), the perception-cognition interface, and psychological explanation.

 

If you would like to attend to the workshop, please write to: action.in.tuebingen(at)gmail.com

 


 

17 – 19. Mai 2016

 

PONS Summer Research Forum

 

Organized by Dr. Chiara Brozzo and Gregor Hochstetter M.A., CIN Philosophy of Neuroscience Group (PONS)

 

The workshop will focus on recent research of members and associates of the CIN Philosophy of Neuroscience Group (PONS) group. It will revolve around topics in the philosophy of mind & action, philosophy of psychology and cognitive science.

 

If you would like to attend to the workshop, please write to: action.in.tuebingen(at)gmail.com

 


 

4. und 5. Juli 2016

 

PONS Workshop on Perception

with Susanna Schellenberg (Rutgers) Organized by Thomas Sattig, Hong Yu Wong and the CIN Philosophy of Neuroscience Group (PONS)

 

This workshop will focus on topics in the philosophy of perception. It will revolve around chapters from Susanna Schellenberg’s manuscript On Perception (forthcoming Oxford University Press). Susanna Schellenberg is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. Professor Schellenberg will join the workshop as a guest instructor. Issues to be covered include: representationalism and disjunctivism in the philosophy of perception and questions concerning perceptual content.

 

If you would like to attend to the workshop, please write to: action.in.tuebingen(at)gmail.com 

 


 

6. Juli 2016

 

VW Finding Perspective Workshop

 

The workshop will explore and discuss different aspect of perspectival experience in the visual, auditory, and vestibular system. No registration required.

 

Gregor Hochstetter und Hong Yu Wong


 

27. Juli 2016

 

The emergence of the Self: Die Rolle der Verkörperung bei der Herausbildung der Subjektivität

 

Interdisziplinärer Workshop

 

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15.-26. August 2016

 

DGfS Summer School

 

Mapping Meaning: Theory - Cognition - Variation

 

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29. September 2016, 14-17 Uhr

Research Seminar with Patrick Haggard "Foundational Signals for Self and Perception"

The places are limited. If you would like to attend the seminar, please write to: action.in.tuebingen(at)gmail.com



17. und 18. Oktober 2016

PONS Winter Research Forum with Adina Roskies

Organized by Dr. Chiara Brozzo and Gregor Hochstetter M.A., CIN Philosophy of Neuroscience Group (PONS)

The workshop will focus on recent research of members and associates of the CIN Philosophy of Neuroscience Group (PONS) group. It will revolve around topics in the philosophy of mind & action, philosophy of psychology and cognitive science. As a keynote speaker at our research forum we have Prof. Adina Roskies. Prof. Roskies is Professor at Dartmouth College.