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Body, Self and Community: Perspectives from Phenomenology and Embodied Cognitive Science

18 November @ 11:00 - 17:00

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Each of us belongs to a variety of different communities, and we define who we are in part by the groups we identify with. Our relation to others is scaffolded by institutionalised, ritualised and linguistically mediated norms and conventions. We share emotions, preferences and values with other group members, and typically think, act and feel as a part of a group. This workshop will explore how we should understand the relation of the individual embodied subject to these shared and…
Each of us belongs to a variety of different communities, and we define who we are in part by the groups we identify with. Our relation to others is scaffolded by institutionalised, ritualised and linguistically mediated norms and conventions. We share emotions, preferences and values with other group members, and typically think, act and feel as a part of a group. This workshop will explore how we should understand the relation of the individual embodied subject to these shared and collective ways of thinking, feeling and acting. We bring together speakers from the fields of phenomenology, philosophy of mind and embodied cognitive science to reflect on how embodiment and selfhood can be shaped by our communal ways of being with others. When: 18 November 2021, 11.00-17.00  Where: KNAW, Kloveniersburgwal 29   This will be an in-person event. Due to ongoing Covid restrictions numbers are strictly limited. To reserve a place please email: twankieboom@gmail.com Speakers:  Dan Zahavi (Copenhagen, Centre for Subjectivity Research)    Who are we? Maren Wehrle (Erasmus, Rotterdam)  Normality - (the phenomenological) bedrock for  a shared world. Marc Slors (Radboud, Nijmegen)  Being one of us: we-feeling and cultural conventions  Jelle Bruineberg (Macquarie, Australia). (Joint work with Regina Fabry (Bochum/Macquarie)) Value capture and situated normativity. Julian Kiverstein & Erik Rietveld (Amsterdam UMC)  Skilled we intentionality

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Date:
18 November
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11:00 - 17:00
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Each of us belongs to a variety of different communities, and we define who we are in part by the groups we identify with. Our relation to others is scaffolded by institutionalised, ritualised and linguistically mediated norms and conventions. We share emotions, preferences and values with other group members, and typically think, act and feel as a part of a group. This workshop will explore how we should understand the relation of the individual embodied subject to these shared and collective ways of thinking, feeling and acting. We bring together speakers from the fields of phenomenology, philosophy of mind and embodied cognitive science to reflect on how embodiment and selfhood can be shaped by our communal ways of being with others.

When: 18 November 2021, 11.00-17.00 

Where: KNAW, Kloveniersburgwal 29  

This will be an in-person event. Due to ongoing Covid restrictions numbers are strictly limited. To reserve a place please email: twankieboom@gmail.com

Speakers: 

Dan Zahavi (Copenhagen, Centre for Subjectivity Research)   

Who are we?

Maren Wehrle (Erasmus, Rotterdam) 

Normality – (the phenomenological) bedrock for  a shared world.

Marc Slors (Radboud, Nijmegen) 

Being one of us: we-feeling and cultural conventions 

Jelle Bruineberg (Macquarie, Australia). (Joint work with Regina Fabry (Bochum/Macquarie))

Value capture and situated normativity.

Julian Kiverstein & Erik Rietveld (Amsterdam UMC) 

Skilled we intentionality

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