Academic Philosophy Events in the Netherlands
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Lunch Seminar: Conscious Reflection versus Embodied Habits: Human Cognition From a Nonhuman Perspective
Conscious Reflection versus Embodied Habits: Human Cognition From a Nonhuman Perspective Most of our cognitive abilities—remembering, deciding, thinking—are enabled by ‘subpersonal’ factors: small-scale interactive processes between our brains, bodies and environments of which we cannot become conscious. Nonetheless, our understanding of cognitive abilities is largely based on the familiar conscious part of our minds. This … Continue reading Lunch Seminar: Conscious Reflection versus Embodied Habits: Human Cognition From a Nonhuman PerspectiveFind out more »
FIRST BIENNUAL HANNAH ARENDT LECTURE WEDNESDAY 27 NOVEMBER 2019, Tilburg University, Department of Philosophy PROFESSOR PEG BIRMINGHAM (De Paul University Chicago, USA) ‘Life and World in Hannah Arendt's Life of the Mind and The Human Condition’ In 2017 we started the new research group Philosophy of Humanity, Culture and Ethics at Tilburg University, with the aim … Continue reading First Biennual Hannah Arendt LectureFind out more »
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