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2006

13.12.2006 13.15-15.00
Lecture by David Carr, Department of Philosophy, Emory University, Atlanta, USA
Title: "Narrative Explanation in Human Sciences."
Location: CFS, University of Copenhagen, lecture room 25-5-11, Njalsgade 140-142, 5th floor.

07.12.2006
Workshop on Delusions
Speakers:
Martin Davies and Anne Aimola Davies (University of Oxford & Australian National University): "Cognitive and motivational factors in delusion - with special reference to anosognosia"
Josef Parnas (University of Copenhagen): "Validity and reliability of bizarre delusions"
Johannes Roessler (University of Warwick): "Ownership of thoughts and actions"
Location: CFS, University of Copenhagen, lecture room 25-5-11, Njalsgade 140-142, 5th floor.
Organized in collaboration with research priority area Body and Mind, University of Copenhagen.

15.11.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Jerrold Seigel, Department of History, New York University, USA
Title: "Imagining the Modern Self."
Location: University of Copenhagen, The Faculty of Humanities, Auditorium 17.1.32, Njalsgade 80, Copenhagen S.

12.11.2006 - 14.11.2006
CNCC Launch Conference
Organized in collaboration with the European Science Foundation.
For more information regarding the ESF EUROCORES program Consciousness in a Natural and Cultural Context (CNCC), please visit the following website.

09.11.2006 - 10.11.2006 9.30 - 16.00
Course
Title: Examination of Anomalous Self-Experience (EASE): Introductory interview in English

The EASE is a newly constructed semi-structured qualitative and semi-quantitative psychometric checklist to examine anomalies of subjective self-experience, published and available in Psychopathology (Parnas J, Moeller P, Kircher T, Thalbitzer J, Jansson L, Handest P, Zahavi D. [2005] Examination of Anomalous Self-experience. Psychopathology, 38 (5): 236-258).The EASE targets the disorders of subjective experience, which are characteristic of the schizophrenia spectrum disorders, especially in their pre-onset phases. The checklist is inspired by philosophical phenomenology. Its use requires a certain conceptual and empirical background in addition to a practical training. The course aims to provide such a general background and give training in scoring of the individual scale items. The course will include theoretical expositions but the main focus is on discussion, scoring and reliability assessments of transcribed as well as videotaped patient interviews. The interviews will be performed either in English or in Danish with English subtitles. The participants are required to familiarize themselves with the published version of the EASE in Psychopathology.
Teachers:
Prof. Dr.Medsci. Josef Parnas, MD; Paul Møller, MD; Dr.Medsci, Peter Handest, MD, PhD; Lennart Jansson, MD; and Jørgen Thalbitzer, MD.
Location: Hvidovre Hospital, Auditorium 1, Kettegård Allé 30, 2650 Hvidovre, Copenhagen.
Organized by: University Department of Psychiatry, Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen and the Danish National Research Foundation: Centre for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Course Director: Peter Handest, MD, PhD.

08.11.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Steven Crowell, Department of Philosophy, Rice University, USA
Title: "Phenomenology, Normativity, and Transcendental Philosophy."
Location: CFS, University of Copenhagen, lecture room 25-5-11, Njalsgade 140-142, 5th floor, Copenhagen S

02.11.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Steven Crowell, Department of Philosophy, Rice University, USA
Title: "Phenomenology and the First-Person Character of Philosophical Knowledge."
Location: CFS, University of Copenhagen, lecture room 25-5-11, Njalsgade 140-142, 5th floor, Copenhagen S

24.10.2006 15.15-17.00
Lecture by Daniel D. Hutto, School of Humanities, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Title: "The Narrative Practice Hypothesis."
Location: Købmagergade 46, lecture room 8, 2nd floor, 1150 Copenhagen K.

22.10.2006 - 18.11.2006
Visiting Professor:
Steven Crowell, Department of Philosophy, Rice University, USA

21.09.2006 - 23.09.2006
Conference
Title: "Subjectivity, Intersubjectivity, Objectivity"
Speakers:
Robert Pippin (University of Chicago, USA): "On Maisie Knowing Her Own Mind: Ordinary Self-Knowledge"
Richard Bernstein (The New School for Social Research, USA): “Intersubjectivity, Objectivity and Pragmatism”
Günter Figal (Universität Freiburg, Germany): “The Objects of Subjectivity”
José Luis Bermúdez (Washington University, St. Louis, USA): “The Sense of “I””
Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): “The Situated Self”
Arne Grøn (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): “Self-Relation”
Richard Moran (Harvard University, USA): “The Speaker and the Agent's Point of View”
Ingolf Dalferth (Universität Zürich, Switzerland): “The Self-Interpreting Animal”
Axel Honneth (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany): “Self-Reification: Contours of a Failed Form of Self-Relationship”
Vittorio Gallese (University of Parma, Italy): "Intentional Attunement: Neural Correlates of Intersubjectivity"
Philippe Rochat (Emory University, USA): "Mine! Possession, Ownership and Sharing in Young Children across Cultures”
Peter Hobson (University College London, UK): ”On Identifying with Others”
Louis Sass (Rutgers, USA): "The Sovereign Self: Otto Weininger and the Paradoxes of the Autonomy Ideal”
Josef Parnas (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): “What is a First-Person Perspective?”
Organized by Dan Zahavi.
Location: University of Copenhagen, The Faculty of Humanities, Auditorium 23.0.49, Njalsgade 140-142, Copenhagen S.

19.09.2006 10.15-12.00
Lecture by David Chalmers, Philosophy Program, Research School of Social Sciences. Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
Title: "How can we Construct a Science of Consciousness?"

Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

18.08.2006 13.00-16.00
Forsvar af PhD-afhandling
Cand.mag. Thor Grünbaum, Institut for Kunst og Kulturvidenskab og Center for Subjektivitetsforskning, Københavns Universitet.
Titel: "Awareness of Action – in Defence of a Perceptual Account"
Sted: Købmagergade 46, Auditorium 11, 3. sal, København K.
Bedømmelsesudvalget: Professor dr. phil. Finn Collin (formand), Københavns Universitet, Professor Bill Brewer, Warwick Universitet og Lektor dr. phil. Søren Harnow Klausen, Syddansk Universitet. Leder af forsvarshandlingen: Lektor Henrik Reeh, Københavns Universitet.

17.08.2006 15.15-17.00
Lecture by Bill Brewer, Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick, UK
Title: "'Realism in the Phenomenology of Perception."
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

12.06.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, Department of Philosophy, University of Oregon, USA
Title: "Schizophrenia and the Comet's Tail of Nature."
Location: Købmagergade 46, lecture room 12, 4th floor, 1150 Copenhagen K.
Organized in collaboration with Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Copenhagen.

09.06.2006 9.30-11.00
Lecture by Maxine Sheets-Johnstone, Department of Philosophy, University of Oregon, USA
Title: "Thinking in Movement."
Location: Store Auditorium, Nørre Allé 51, 2200 Copenhagen N.
Organized in collaboration with Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences, University of Copenhagen.

06.06.2006 10.00-15.00
Workshop
Title: "Presence"
Speakers:
Christian Ø. Madsen (University of Copenhagen): Welcome and introduction to the history of Presence research
Shaun Gallagher (University of Central Florida / CFS): ”Embodiment in multiple realities”
Claus B. Madsen (University of Aalborg): TBA
Torben Grodal (University of Copenhagen): ”Presence and reality status”
Closing comments and discussion
Location: New KUA, room 22.0.47
Organised by the Film and Media Studies Section in collaboration with Center for Subjectivity Research and the research priority area Body and Mind.

01.06.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Louis Sass, Graduate School of Applied and Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University
Title: ""A falling star": Otto Weininger and the Sovereign Self in Fin-de-Siecle Vienna."
Location: Købmagergade 46, lecture room 11, 3rd floor, 1150 Copenhagen K.

30.05.2006 10.15-12.00
Lecture by Shaun Gallagher, Department of Philosophy, University of Central Florida, USA
Title: "Simulation Theory and the Perception of Others in Action."
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

25.05.2006-26.05.2006
Conference/PhD course
Title: "Philosophical Issues in Psychiatry: Natural kinds, Mental Taxonomy and Causation".

Speakers:
Josef Parnas (CFS, University of Copenhagen ) and Kenneth Kendler ( Virginia Commonwealth University , Richmond, USA ): “Theoretical and pragmatic challenges of today’s psychiatry”´
James F. Woodward (California Institute of Technology, USA ): “Mental Causation and neural Mechanisms”
Shaun Gallagher ( University of Central Florida, USA ): “A proposal for mental causation”
Peter Zachar ( Auburn University , Montgomery, USA ): “Psychiatric disorders can be ‘real kinds’ but psychiatry cannot discover a true taxonomy of mental disorders:  An analogy from biological systematics”
Kenneth Schaffner ( George Washington University, USA ): “Etiological Models in Psychiatry: Reductive and Non-reductive Approaches”
Sandra D. Mitchell ( University of Pittsburgh, USA ): “Explanatory pluralism:  explaining complex behaviour”
Dominic Murphy (California Institute of Technology, USA ): “Levels of explanation in psychiatry”
Louis Sass ( Rutgers, New Brunswick, USA ): “Explaining schizophrenia: The role of phenomenology”
The conference is organized and sponsored jointly by CFS, University of Copenhagen; Dept. of Psychiatry, H:S Hvidovre Hospital, and The Graduate School of Neuroscience, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen.

22.05.2006 - 23.06.2006
Visiting Researcher:
Dorothée Legrand, CREA, Paris, France

22.05.2006 - 04.06.2006
Visiting Professor:
Louis Sass, Graduate School of Applied and Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University, USA

15.05.2006 - 16.06.2006
Visiting Professor:
Shaun Gallagher, Department of Philosophy, University of Central Florida, USA
(Organized in collaboration with the research priority area “Body and Mind” at the University of Copenhagen)

15.05.2006 15.15-17.00
Lecture: Richard Shusterman, Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, Florida Atlantic University, USA
Title: "Somaesthetics, Somatic Reflection, and Care of the Self"
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

12.05.2006 - 13.05.2006
Conference
Title: "The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity"
Speakers:
Welcome & Introduction. Nanna Hvidt, Director, DIIS & Thomas Brudholm, Research Fellow, DIIS.
Vulnerability, Violence and Virtue. Bryan S. Turner, Professor of Sociology, National University of Singapore.
Religion and the Politics of Past Evil. Daniel Philpott, Visiting Fellow at Harvard University, Associate Professor at Notre Dame University.
Sacred and Profane in the Rhetoric of Reparations. John Torpey, Professor of Sociology, CUNY
Religious Rhetoric in Responses to Atrocity. Jennifer L. Geddes, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, University of Virginia.
Pacifism as a Religious Response to Mass Atrocity: A Critical Analysis. Thomas Cushman, Professor of Sociology, Wellesley College.
Can We Punish the Perpetrators of Atrocities? Antony Duff, Professor of Philosophy, University of Stirling.
Infinite Justice: the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia—beyond "implicit religion." John B. Allcock, Honorary Reader in the Sociology of South Eastern Europe, University of Bradford.
The Doctrine of Just War: A Religious View of Righting Atrocious Wrongs. Nigel Biggar, Professor of Theology and Ethics, Trinity College, Dublin.
The Intolerability of Meaning: Secular and Religious Language in Philosophical Responses to Moral Atrocity. Peter Dews, Professor of Philosophy, University of Essex.
The Limit of Ethics – The Ethics of the Limit. Arne Grøn, Professor of Ethics and Philosophy of Religion, University of Copenhagen &
Danish National Research Foundation: Center for Subjectivity Research.
The Religious in the Advocacy of Forgiveness after Mass Atrocity. Thomas Brudholm, Ph.D. (Philosophy), Research Fellow at the DIIS.
Closing Comments. Thomas Cushman, Professor of Sociology, Wellesley College.
Organized by The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS), in cooperation with the research priority area "Religion in the 21st Century" at the University of Copenhagen, the Danish Institute for Human Rights and the Center for Subjectivity Research. 

10.05.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture: Philippe Rochat, Department of Psychology, Emory University, USA
Title: "Becoming Homo Negotiatus."
Location: Købmagergade 46, lecture room 12, 4th floor, 1150 Copenhagen K.

09.05.2006 10.15-12.00
Lecture by Philippe Rochat, Department of Psychology, Emory University, USA
Title: "The Self, Ownership, and Sharing in Development and Across Cultures."
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

01.05.2006 - 21.05.2006
Visiting Professor:
Philippe Rochat, Department of Psychology, Emory University, USA

28.04.2006 15.00-16.00
Inaugural Lecture by Dan Zahavi, Philosophy Section, Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen
Title: "Subjektivitet og Narrativitet"
Location: University of Copenhagen, The Faculty of Humanities, Auditorium 15.1.30 A (Gl. KUA), Njalsgade 80, Copenhagen S

16.03.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Gerd Folkers, Collegium Helveticum, Switzerland
Title: "Emotion and Therapy"
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

15.03.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Sara Heinämaa, Department of Philosophy & Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Helsinki University, Finland
Title: "Embodied Self-experience: Husserl, Merleau-Ponty and de Beauvoir"

Location: University of Copenhagen, The Faculty of Humanities, lecture room 14.2.108, Njalsgade 80, Copenhagen S.

07.03.2006 13.15-15.00
Lecture by Jesper Mogensen, Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen
Title: "What – if anything – does the Brain tell us about Consciousness in Man and Animals?"
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

01.03.2006-03.03.2006
Conference
Title: "German Idealism - Philosophy and Religion as a Matter of Life". 

Speakers:
Frederick C. Beiser ( Syracuse, USA ): “The Topography of German Idealism”
Cornelia Richter ( Marburg ): “Fragility of Reason. Kant's Transcendental Philosophy beyond its Cliché”
Violetta Waibel (Wien): “’Verschiedenheit der Sprachen – Sagen der Zukunft – Neue Religion” bei Fichte, Hölderlin und Hardenberg”
Dietrich Korsch ( Marburg ): “’Gott selbst ist kein System, sondern ein Leben’. Freiheit als Abgrund der Vernunft”
Birgit Sandkaulen ( Jena ): “Religion – ohne Religion: Wenn die Vernunft Wahrheit dichtet. Jacobis Provokation der Moderne”
Peter Grove (Århus): “Leben und Denken in Philosophie und Religion – Vom Idealismus zur Phänomenologie”
Christoph Jamme (Lüneburg): „einiges, ewiges, glühendes Leben ist Alles“ – Hölderlins philosophische Entwicklung
Wihelm Dupré ( Nijmegen ): "A Story of Symbolic Configuration. Some Remarks on Heine‘s ‘Zur Geschichte der Religion und Philosophie in  Deutschland’"
Walter Jaeschke ( Bochum ): “Die Vernunft in der Religion. Über die Bedingungen einer Religionsphilosophie nach der Aufklärung”
Organized in collaboration with Goethe-Institut Copenhagen, Christoph Bartmann.

27.02.2006 15.00-18.00
Symposium
Title: "Klaus Conrad's Den begyndende Skizofreni"
Speakers:
MA, external lecturer Bent Raymond Jørgensen: Science and reality. Do scientists seek the truth?
Prof. Paul Hoff: Klaus Conrad (1905 - 1961): His life, professional career and research
Prof. Josef Parnas: The nature of schizophrenia
Location: Panum Institute, Hannover Auditorium, Blegdamsvej 3, 2200 Copenhagen N
Organized by Josef Parnas in collaboration with Peter Handest and Lennart Jansson, Interessegruppe for Fænomenologisk Psykopatologi.

24.02.2006 - 24.03.2006
Visiting Researcher:
Dorothée Legrand, CREA, Paris, France

24.02.2006 13.15-15.00
Lecture by Philip Clayton, School of Religion, Claremont Graduate University, USA
Title: "Emergence and the Philosophy of Consciousness"
Location: CFS, lecture room 8, 2nd floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

08.02.2006 15.15-17.00
Lecture by Rudolf Bernet, Department of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Title: "Self-awareness and Intentional Consciousness"
Location: University of Copenhagen, The Faculty of Humanities, Building 24, lecture room 24.0.11, Njalsgade 128, Copenhagen S. (new KUA)
Organized in collaboration with Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen.

07.02.2006 10.15-12.00
Lecture by Rudolf Bernet, Department of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Title: "The Traumatized Subject"
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

01.02.2006 - 30.04.2006
Visiting Professor:
Sara Heinämaa, Department of Philosophy & Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Helsinki University, Finland

30.01.2006 - 12.02.2006
Visiting Professor:
Rudolf Bernet, Department of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

24.01.2006 14.15-16.00
Lecture by Dorothée Legrand, CREA, Paris, France
Title: "Indexicality and the Constitution of the Bodily Self"
Location: CFS, lecture room 403, 4th floor, Købmagergade 44-46, 1150 Copenhagen K

01.01.2006 - 29.01.2006
Visiting Researcher:
Dorothée Legrand, CREA, Paris, France