The disrupted "we": Shared intentionality and its psychopathological distortions – University of Copenhagen

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The disrupted “we”: Shared intentionality and its psychopathological distortions

The aim of the project is to investigate the notion of shared intentionality and the nature of the we-perspective. How does the we-perspective relate to individual first-order intentionality and to what extent and in which way does it presuppose self-consciousness, second-person perspective taking and empathy? The project will engage with these questions by integrating philosophy and psychopathology.

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Individual projects

Read about the individual projects which are a part of the research project “The disrupted ‘we’”.

Researchers

Head of project, professor Dan Zahavi

Clinical professor Josef Parnas

Associate professor Søren Overgaard

Postdoc Alessandro Salice

Postdoc Mads Gram Henriksen

PhD Fellow Felipe León

PhD Fellow Lars Siersbæk Nilsson