Tag Archives: Philosophy of mind

(Symposium) Worlding the Brain

Following the success of Worlding the Brain 2016, we continue this series of multi-disciplinary encounters of science, art and the humanities with an international conference on the themes of Affect, Care and Engagement in November 2017 in Amsterdam. This event is intended to explore the ‘worlding’ of the brain, i.e. the mutual influence of the … Continue reading (Symposium) Worlding the Brain

(Workshop) Getting real about words and numbers

In recent years, the interest in embodied and enactive theories of cognition has been growing. Both in cognitive science and in the philosophy of mind, the dominant representational paradigm has been challenged by putting forward embodied and enactive explanations for various cognitive capacities such as perception, memory and imagination. However, while there is some consensus … Continue reading (Workshop) Getting real about words and numbers

Fourth Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

The Fourth OZSW Workshop “Philosophy around 1900” will take place on Tuesday November 24, 2015, 14.00 – 17.00, at Utrecht University, in the Stijlkamer of Janskerkhof 13 (room 0.06). Program: * Franz Berto (UvA) “Naïve Meinongianism and neo-Meinongianisms (of Three Different Kinds)” Abstract: Gilbert Ryle once claimed: “Gegenstandstheorie … is dead, buried, and not going to be … Continue reading Fourth Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

The Third OZSW Workshop “Philosophy around 1900” will take place on Monday June 29, 2015, 13.00 – 16.00, at Utrecht University, at Drift 23, room 13. Presentations by: Maria van der Schaar “Frege on Judgement, Justification and the Judging Agent” Clint Verdonschot “Philosophy at the Bauhaus, 1919-1930” Carlo Ierna “The Metaphysics of the Mind in … Continue reading Workshop “Philosophy around 1900”

Call-for-Abstracts OZSW conference 2013 now available

The call for abstracts for the OZSW conference 2013, to take place on November 15 and 16, is now available: download call for abstracts. For more info on the conference, please visit the conference webpage at this site.