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Study Group Phenomenology and Predictive Coding, with a lecture by Julian Kiverstein (UvA)

14 May @ 13:00 - 16:00

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Study Group Phenomenology and Predictive Coding, with a lecture by Julian Kiverstein (UvA). This event will take place at University of Groningen, Faculty of Philosophy, room Beta. Schedule: 1pm – opening 1pm – 2.20pm – group discussion of selected reading materials 2.20pm-2.40pm – break 2.40pm – 4pm – lecture Julian Kiverstein + Q/A 4pm – close (drinks optional) You can register for this event (for free) by sending an e-mail to phenomenologicalworkspace@gmail.com. You will then receive copies of the reading…
Study Group Phenomenology and Predictive Coding, with a lecture by Julian Kiverstein (UvA). This event will take place at University of Groningen, Faculty of Philosophy, room Beta. Schedule: 1pm – opening 1pm - 2.20pm – group discussion of selected reading materials 2.20pm-2.40pm – break 2.40pm - 4pm – lecture Julian Kiverstein + Q/A 4pm – close (drinks optional) You can register for this event (for free) by sending an e-mail to phenomenologicalworkspace@gmail.com. You will then receive copies of the reading materials (two articles).

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Date:
14 May
Time:
13:00 - 16:00
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Catherine M. Robb

Study Group Phenomenology and Predictive Coding, with a lecture by Julian Kiverstein (UvA). This event will take place
at University of Groningen, Faculty of Philosophy, room Beta.

Schedule:
1pm – opening

1pm – 2.20pm
– group discussion of selected reading materials
2.20pm-2.40pm
– break
2.40pm – 4pm
– lecture Julian Kiverstein + Q/A
4pm – close
(drinks optional)

You can
register for this event (for free) by sending an e-mail to phenomenologicalworkspace@gmail.com.
You will then receive copies of the reading materials (two articles).

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