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CURRICULUM VITAE

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Dan Zahavi

Date of Birth: November 6, 1967
Place of Birth: Copenhagen, Denmark

Education

1988 

Exam.art. [Danish B.A.] in Philosophy, University of Copenhagen

1991 

Cand.phil. [Danish M.A.] in Philosophy, University of Copenhagen

1994 

Ph.D. in Philosophy ('Summa cum Laude'), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

1999 

Dr.phil. [Danish 'Habilitation'], University of Copenhagen

Academic employment

1992-1995

Research fellow, Department of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen

1995-1997

Assistant research professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen

1997-2000

Assistant professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen

2000-2001

Senior researcher, The Danish Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities

2001-2002

Associate research professor, Department of Educational Philosophy, Danish University of Education

2002-2005

Professor of Philosophy, Danish National Research Foundation: Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen

2002- 

Director of the Danish National Research Foundation: Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen

2006- 

Professor of Philosophy, Philosophy Section, Department of Media, Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen

Studies and research abroad 

1989-1990

16 months of studies in philosophy at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany

1992-1993

13 months of Ph.D. research at the Husserl-Achives in Leuven, Belgium

1993

4 months of Ph.D. research at Boston College, USA

1994-1998

Multiple shorter research visits at the Husserl-Archives in Leuven, Belgium

1995 

10 months of post.doc. research at Centre de recherches phénoménologiques et herméneutiques, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France

1999

(Autumn) Visiting professor at the Department of Philosophy, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA

2005

(January) Visiting professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Central Florida, USA

Larger grants and fellowships 

1989-1990

16-months grant from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

1992 

4-months grant from the Ministry of the Flemish Community (Ministerie van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap).

1992-1995

3-year research fellowship from the University of Copenhagen

1995-1997

3-year research fellowship from the Danish Research Council for the Humanities. Only the first 2 years of the grant were used.

2000-2001

1-year research fellowship from the Danish Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities.

2001-2002

2-year research fellowship from the Danish Research Council for the Humanities. Only the first 6 months of the grant were used.

2002-2007

5-year funding of a “Center of Excellence” from the Danish National Research Foundation.

2004-2006

3-year grant from NOS-H to a research network entitled “Rearticulations of Reason: Recent Currents”. The project is led by Leila Haaparanta, University of Tampere, Finland.

2007-2009

3-year funding of BASIC - a research program under the ESF EUROCORES Consciousness in a natural and cultural context (CNCC). The project leader is Andreas Roepstorff, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

2007-2010

4-year funding of a Marie Curie Research Training Network under the 6th Framework Programme entitled “Disorders and Coherence of the Embodied Self (DISCOS)”. The network coordinator is Thomas Fuchs, University of Heidelberg, Germany.

2007-2010

4-year funding from the Danish Research Council for the Humanities to the collective research project "Agency, self and other: An interdisciplinary investigation".

2007-2012

5-year funding of a "Center of Excellence" from the Danish National Research Foundation.

 

Awards

  • The book Self-awareness and Alterity won the Edward Goodwin Ballard Book Prize in Phenomenology (2000).
  • Awarded a silver medal from the Royal Danish Society of Sciences and Letters (2000).

  • Awarded the Elite Research Prize of the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (2006).

 

Honors 

  • The book Husserl und die transzendentale Intersubjektivität was nominated for the Edward Goodwin Ballard Book Prize in Phenomenology (1998).
  • Elected member of Institut International de Philosophie (2001)
  • Honorary Advisor, Archive for Phenomenology & Contemporary Philosophy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (since 2005).
  • Ehrenmitglied des Zentrums für phänomenologische Forschung, Bergische Universität Wuppertal (since 2005).
  • Elected member of the Danish Royal Society of Sciences and Letters (2007).

 

Administrative posts 

  • Co-founder and co-director of the Association for Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences (since 2000).
  • Founder and past president of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology (2001-2007).
  • Member of the executive committee of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology (since 2001).
  • Director of the Danish National Research Foundation: Center for Subjectivity Research (since 2002).
  • Member of the advisory board of the Danish Research School in Philosophy, History of Ideas and History of Science (since 2002).
  • Member of the steering committee for the research priority area “Body and Mind” at the University of Copenhagen (2003-2007).
  • Member of the board of representatives for the Copenhagen Doctoral School in Cultural Studies, Literature, and the Arts (since 2003).
  • Mitglied des wissenschaftlichen Beirats der Deutschen Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung (since 2005).
  • Chairman of the organizing committee of Toward a Science of Consciousness 2005.
  • Main responsible for the ESF EUROCORES suggestion Consciousness in a natural and cultural context (CNCC)
  • Ad hoc consultant for Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, European Science Foundation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Schweizerischer Nationalfonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung, Austrian Science Fund (FWF), Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), Czech Science Foundation, Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft, European Research Council.

 

Connected to / on the Editorial Board of 

  • Co-editor in chief of Phenomenology and the cognitive sciences (since 2007)
  • Filosofiske Studier (1997-2000).
  • Alter – revue de phénoménologie (since 1997).
  • Sats – Nordisk Tidskrift for Filosofi (since 1999).
  • Classics in Phenomenology (since 2000).
  • Contemporary Phenomenological Thought (since 2000).
  • The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (since 2000).
  • Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences (2001-2006).
  • Phainomena (since 2001).
  • Journal of Phenomenology and the Human Sciences (in Chinese) (since 2004).
  • Continental Philosophy Review (since 2005).
  • Phänomenologische Forschungen (since 2005).
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (since 2007).
  • New directions in philosophy and cognitive science (Palgrave-Macmillan) (since 2007).
  • Contributions to Phenomenology (Springer) (since 2008).
  • Journal for Philosophy and Psychiatry (since 2008).
  • Consulting editor of Theoria (since 2008)
  • Referee for Kluwer Academic Publishers, Gyldendal, Akademisk Forlag, Oxford University Press, Northwestern University Press, The MIT Press, Routledge, Yale University Press, Palgrave Macmillan, Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Referee for Philosophical Explorations, Journal of Consciousness Studies, Psychopathology, Synthese, Time & Society, The Journal of Philosophical Research, Inquiry, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Social Neuroscience, Journal of the History of Philosophy, Erkenntnis, Consciousness and Cognition, Philosophy Compass, Philosophers' Imprint, Journal of Classical Sociology, Mind.

 

PhD supervision or co-supervision

  • Thor Grünbaum: Awareness of action: In defence of a perceptual account. 2006.
  • Lisa Käll: Expressive selfhood. 2007.
  • Rasmus Thybo Jensen: Perception and action: An analogical approach. 2008. 
  • Asle H. Kiran: The Primacy of Action: Technological co-constitution of practical space. 2009.
  • Morten Sørensen Thaning
  • Christian Beenfeldt
  • Line Ryberg Ingerslev
  • Johan Eckart Hansen
  • Johan Gersel
  • Andrea Raballo
  • Mads Gram Henriksen
  • Wenjing Cai
  • Michele Averchi

 

International conferences and workshops organized or co-organized (selection) 

  • 05-07.12.1996: Self-awareness, temporality and alterity, University of Copenhagen
  • 28-30.05.1999: Problems of the Self: Philosophical and psychopathological perspectives on self-experience, University of Copenhagen
  • 26-28.05.2000: Husserl’s Logische Untersuchungen – Centenary, University of Copenhagen
  • 25-26.05.2001: Intentionality and Experience, Danish Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
  • 30.05-02.06.2001: Phenomenology in the Nordic Countries, Danish Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities
  • 06-08.11.2002: The young Heidegger (1919-1923), University of Copenhagen
  • 06.12.2002: Interdisciplinary approaches to subjectivity: Prospects and perils, University of Copenhagen
  • 02-03.12.2004: Time and Existence, University of Copenhagen
  • 18-19.12.2004: EUROCORES Preparatory Workshop "Consciousness in a natural and cultural context - CNCC", University of Copenhagen
  • 27-29.05.2005: World and Mind: New Perspectives on the Internalism-Externalism Debate, University of Copenhagen
  • 12-14.11.2006: CNCC Launch Conference.
  • 20-22.04.2007: Self and other: 5. Annual meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. University of Copenhagen.
  • 09-12.05.2007: Subjectivity, intersubjectivity and self-representation. CNCC meeting.
  • 29-30.11.2007: Unity and Self. University of Copenhagen.
  • 07-13.07.2008: Social Cognition and Social Narrative. CNCC Summer School. San Marino.

  • 15-16.04.2009. Self-no-self. University of Copenhagen.

  • 21-23.09.2009. The Emergence of Intersubjectivity: Evolutionary, developmental and philosophical aspects.

  • 08-09.10.2009. Self, ego and person. Commemorating Husserl's 150th Anniversary. University of Copenhagen.

 

Member of 

  • Society for phenomenology and existential philosophy (SPEP) (since 1994)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung (since 1995)
  • Dansk Filosofisk Selskab (since 1999)
  • Association for Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences (since 2000)
  • Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology (since 2000)
  • Nordic Network for Consciousness Studies (since 2001)
  • Husserl Circle (since 2001)
  • Nordic Society for Phenomenology (since 2001)
  • Institut International de Philosophie (since 2001)
  • Danish Royal Society of Sciences and Letters (since 2007)

 

Publications  (click here for a selection of online publications)

a. Authored Books

1. 

Intentionalität und Konstitution. Eine Einführung in Husserls Logische Untersuchungen. Museum Tusculanum Press. Copenhagen 1992. (160 p.)

2. 

Husserl und die transzendentale Intersubjektivität. Eine Antwort auf die sprachpragmatische Kritik. Phaenomenologica 135. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht-Boston 1996. (212 p.)

2b. 

Husserl and transcendental Intersubjectivity. Series in Continental Thought 29. Ohio University Press. Athens 2001. (xxi + 272 p.)

3. 

Husserls Fænomenologi. Gyldendal. København 1997. (200 p.)

4. 

Self-awareness and Alterity. A Phenomenological Investigation. Studies in Phenomenology & Existential Philosophy. Northwestern University Press. Evanston 1999. (304 p.)

5.

Husserl's Phenomenology. Cultural Memory in the Present. Stanford University Press. Stanford 2003, 20062. (x + 178 p.)

5b.

Husserls Fænomenologi. Ny revideret udgave. Gyldendal. København 2001, 20042. (252 p.)

5c. Husserl No Genshogaku. Koyo Shobo. Kyoto 2003. (261 p.)

5d. Hu'sai'er de Xianxiangxue. Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2007. (179 p.)

5e.  Husserl's Phänomenologie. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck - UTB, 2009. (viii + 165 p).

6.

Fænomenologi. Problemer, Positioner og Paradigmer. Samfundslitteratur - Roskilde Universitetsforlag. Frederiksberg 2003, 20042, 20073 (111 p.).

6b. Phänomenologie für Einsteiger. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2007. (121 p.)

6c. Fyrirbærafræði. Reykjavik: Heimspekistofnun 2008. (131 p.).

7.

Subjectivity and Selfhood: Investigating the first-person perspective. Bradford Books, The MIT Press. Cambridge, MA, 2005. (viii + 265 p.)

7b.

Subjectivity and Selfhood: Investigating the first-person perspective. Bradford Books, The MIT Press. First paperback edition. Cambridge, MA, 2008. (viii + 265 p.)

7c. Zhutixing yu Zishenxing?dui Diyi Renchen Shijiao de Tanjiu. Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2008. (304 p.)

8.

The Phenomenological Mind: an introduction to philosophy of mind and cognitive science (with Shaun Gallagher). Routledge, London, 2008. (256 p.) 

8b.
A Fenomenológiai Elme: Bevezetés az elmefilozófiába és a kognitív tudományba (with Shaun Gallagher). Budapest: Lélekben Otthon, 2008. (246 p.)

8c.
La mente fenomenologica: Filosofia della mente e scienze cognitive (with Shaun Gallagher). Milano: Raffaello Cortina Editore, 2009. (381 pp.)

 

b. Edited Books and Journals 

9.

Subjektivitet og Livsverden i Husserls Fænomenologi. Modtryk. Århus 1994. (176 p.).

10.

Self-awareness, temporality, and alterity. Central topics in phenomenology. Contributions to Phenomenology 34. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht-Boston 1998. (248 p.)

11. 

Alterity and Facticity. New Perspectives on Husserl. Co-editor together with N. Depraz. Phaenomenologica 148. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht-Boston 1998. (239 p.)

12.

Exploring the Self: Philosophical and Psychopathological Perspectives on Self-experience. Advances in Consciousness Research 23. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Amsterdam-Philadelphia 2000. (301 p.)

13. 

One Hundred Years of Phenomenology. Husserl's Logical Investigations revisited. Co-editor together with F.Stjernfelt. Phaenomenologica 164. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht-Boston 2002. (235 p.)

14. 

 

Subjektivitet og Videnskab. Bevidsthedsforskning i det 21. Århundrede. Co-editor together with G. Christensen. Samfundslitteratur - Roskilde Universitetsforlag. Frederiksberg 2003. (267 p.)

15. 

 

Metaphysics, Facticity, Interpretation. Phenomenology in the Nordic Countries. Co-editor together with S. Heinämaa & H. Ruin. Contributions to Phenomenology 49. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht-Boston. 2003. (248 p.)

16.

Den unge Heidegger. Co-editor together with S. Overgaard & T. Schwarz Wentzer. Akademisk Forlag. København 2003. (229 p.)

17.

The structure and development of self-consciousness: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Co-editor together with T. Grünbaum & J. Parnas. Advances in Consciousness Research 59. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Amsterdam-Philadelphia, 2004. (xiv + 162 p.) 

18.

Hidden Resources. Classical perspectives on subjectivity. Special double issue of Journal of Consciousness Studies vol. 11/10-11, 2004.

18b.

Hidden Resources. Classical perspectives on subjectivity. Imprint Academic. Exeter 2004. (viii + 192 p.).

19.

The Return of Subjectivity. Special issue of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences vol. 3/3, 2004.

20.

Internalism and Externalism in Phenomenological Perspective. Special issue of Synthese, vol. 160/3, 2008.

d. Articles 

21. 

"Edmund Husserl - Mellem Radikalitet og Tradition". Tid Skrift 11, 1989, 31-47.

22. 

"Begreb og Realitet hos Thomas Aquinas". Filosofiske Studier 11, 1990, 143-172.

23.

"Induktion og Essentialisme hos Aristoteles". Filosofiske Studier 12, 1991, 157-183.

24.

"Descartes og Subjektfilosofiens Grundlæggelse". Philosophia 21/1-2, 1992, 9-29.

25.

"Wahrheit und Freiheit bei Spinoza". Filosofiske Studier 24, 2008, 313-329.

26. 

"Constitution and ontology. Some remarks on Husserl's ontological position in the Logical Investigations". Husserl Studies 9, 1992, 111-124.

27.

"Réduction et constitution dans la phénoménologie du dernier Husserl". Philosophiques 20/2, 1993, 363-381.

27b.

"Beyond Realism and Idealism. Husserl's Late Concept of Constitution". Danish Yearbook of Philosophy 29, 1994, 44-62.

28. 

"Kroppen i Transcendentalfænomenologisk Perspektiv". Philosophia 22/3-4, 1993, 25-41.

28b.

"Husserl's Phenomenology of the Body". Études Phénoménologiques 19, 1994, 63-84.

29. 

"Intentionality and the representative theory of perception". Man and World 27/1, 1994, 37-47.

30.

"Husserl og Intersubjektiviteten". In D.Zahavi (ed.): Subjektivitet og Livsverden i Husserls Fænomenologi, 1994, 103-122.

30b. 

"Husserl's intersubjective transformation of transcendental philosophy". Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 27/3, 1996, 228-245.

30c. 

"Husserl's intersubjective transformation of transcendental philosophy". In D. Welton (ed.): The New Husserl. A Critical Reader. Indiana University Press, 2003, 233-254.

30d. 

"Husserl's intersubjective transformation of transcendental philosophy". In R. Bernet, D. Welton, G. Zavota (eds.): Edmund Husserl - Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers IV. Routledge, 2005, 359-380.

30e. "Husserl et la transformation intersubjective de la philosophie transcendentale." In J. Benoist (ed.): Husserl. Les éditions du Cerf, 2008, 249-279.

31. 

"The Self-Pluralisation of the Primal Life. A Problem in Fink's Husserl-interpretation". Recherches husserliennes 2, 1994, 3-18.

32.

"Intentionalitet og Fænomen hos Aristoteles, Thomas Aquinas og Brentano". Filosofiske Studier 15, 1995, 211-230.

33.

"Habermas' intersubjektivitetsteori. En fænomenologisk kritik". In J. Rendtorff (ed.): Individets genkomst i litteratur, filosofi og samfundsteori, NSU Press, Århus, 1996, 47-67.

34. 

"Edmund Husserl. Fænomenologi og Kunst". Den Blå Port nr. 37, 1996, 45-61.

34b. 

"Edmund Husserl - fænomenologi og kunst". In S. Brøgger & O. Pedersen (eds.): Kunst og Filosofi i det 20. Århundrede. Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi. København. 2002, 9-27.

35.

"Horizontal Intentionality and Transcendental Intersubjectivity". Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 59/2, 1997, 304-321.

36.

"Sleep, self-awareness and dissociation". Alter 5, 1997, 137-151.

37.

"The fracture in self-awareness". In D. Zahavi (ed.): Self-awareness, temporality and alterity. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1998, 21-40.

38.

"Self-awareness and affection". In N. Depraz and D. Zahavi (eds.): Alterity and Facticity. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1998, 205-228.

39. 

"Phenomenal consciousness and self-awareness. A phenomenological critique of representational theory". (With Josef Parnas). Journal of Consciousness Studies 5/5-6, 1998, 687-705.

39b.

"Phenomenal Consciousness and Self-Awareness. A Phenomenological Critique of Representational Theory". (With Josef Parnas). In S. Gallagher and J. Shear (eds.): Models of the Self. Imprint Academic, Thorverton, 1999, 253-270.

40. 

"Brentano and Husserl on Self-awareness". Études Phénoménologiques 27-28, 1998, 127-168.

41. 

"Michel Henry og det usynliges fænomenologi," Kritik 137, 1998, 9-20.

41b. 

"Michel Henry and the Phenomenology of the Invisible," Continental Philosophy Review 32/3, 1999, 223-240.

42. 

"Indledning" til Martin Heidegger: Spørgsmålet om Teknikken og andre skrifter. Gyldendal, 1999, 7-31.

43. 

"From first person to third". Times Literary Supplement 31/12-1999.

44.

"Heidegger og Rummet". In A. Michelsen and F. Stjernfelt (eds.): Rum og Fænomenologi, Spring, København. 2000, 62-90.

45. 

"Self and Consciousness". In D. Zahavi (ed.): Exploring the Self. Advances in Consciousness Research 23. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Amsterdam-Philadelphia, 2000, 55-74.

46. 

"The Link: Philosophy-psychopathology-phenomenology". (With Josef Parnas). In D. Zahavi (ed.): Exploring the Self. Advances in Consciousness Research. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Amsterdam/Philadelphia. 2000, 1-16.

47.

"Natorp og Subjektiviteten". Koglekirtlen 3, 2000, 13-22.

48. 

"Alterity in Self". Arob@se 4/1-2, 2000, 125-142.

48b.

"Alterity in Self". In S. Gallagher, S. Watson, Ph. Brun & Ph. Romanski (eds.): Ipseity and Alterity. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Intersubjectivity. Rouen, Presses Universitaires de Rouen, 2004, 137-152.

49.

"Esperienza e intersoggettività nella prospettiva fenomenologica". (With Vincenzo Costa). Bollettino Filosofico 16, 2000, 263-286.

50. 

"Beyond Empathy. Phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity". Journal of Consciousness Studies 8/5-7, 2001, 151-167.

50b. 

"Beyond Empathy. Phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity". In E. Thompson (ed.): Between Ourselves. Second-Person Issues in the Study of Consciousness. Imprint Academic, Thorverton, 2001, 151-167.

50c. 

"Beyond Empathy. Phenomenological Approaches to Intersubjectivity". In Moran, D. & Embree, L. (eds.): Phenomenology. Critical Concepts in Philosophy Vol. II. Routledge, London & New York, 2004, 179-200.

51. 

"Hvad er filosofisk fænomenologi". In C.R. Hansen and B. Karpatschof (eds.): Københavnerfænomenologien - Bisat eller genfødt. Danmarks Pædagogiske Universitet, 2001, 21-32.

52.

"Husaier yu jiaohu zhutixing wenti" [Husserl and the problem of intersubjectivity]. Zhexue Yicong [International Philosophy Today] 4, 2001, 2-9.

53.

"Phenomenology and the problem(s) of intersubjectivity". In Steven Crowell, Samuel J. Julian, and Lester Embree (eds.): The Reach of Reflection. Issues for Phenomenology's second Century. www.electronpress.com. 2001, 265-278.

54. 

"Face à la philosophie analytique". Magazine Littéraire 403, 2001, 47-51.

55. 

"A propos de la neutralité métaphysique des Logische Untersuchungen," Revue Philosophique des Louvain 99/4, 2001, 715-736.

55b. 

"Metafizicna nevtralnost v Logicnih raziskavah". Phainomena X/37-38, 2001, 97-114.

55c.

"Metaphysical Neutrality in Logical Investigations". In D. Zahavi og F. Stjernfelt (eds.): One Hundred Years of Phenomenology. Husserl's Logical Investigations revisited. Phaenomenologica 164. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2002, 93-108.

55d.

"Metafyzická neutralita v Logických zkoumáních". In Blecha, I. (ed.): Fenomenologie v Pohybu. Vydala Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci, Olomouc 2003, 149-163.

55e. 

"Loji Yanjiu zhong de xingershangxue zhonglixoing". Zhongguo Xiangxiangxue yu Zhexuepinglun - Teji: Xianxiangxue zai Zhongguo, Shanghai 2003, 140 -163.

56.

"The Three Concepts of Consciousness in Logische Untersuchungen". Husserl Studies 18, 2002, 51-64.

57.

"Merleau-Ponty on Husserl. A reappraisal". In T. Toadvine and L. Embree (eds.): Merleau-Ponty's Reading of Husserl. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2002, 3-29.

57b.

"Merleau-Ponty on Husserl. A reappraisal". In T. Toadvine (ed.): Merleau-Ponty - Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers Vol. I. London: Routledge, 2006, 421-445.

58.

"The role of phenomenology in psychiatric diagnosis and classification" (With J. Parnas). In Mario Maj et al. (eds.): Psychiatric Diagnosis and Classification. John Wiley & Sons, 2002, 137-162.

59. 

"Transcendental subjectivity and metaphysics. A discussion of David Carr's 'Paradox of Subjectivity'". Human Studies 25, 2002, 103-116.

60. 

"First-person thoughts and embodied self-awareness. Some reflections on the relation between recent analytical philosophy and phenomenology". Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 1, 2002, 7-26.

61.

”Subjektivitet i centrum.“ (Together with A. Grøn). TEOL-information 26, 2002, 10-13.

62. 

"Review of H.B. Schmid: 'Subjekt, System, Diskurs'". Husserl Studies 18, 2002, 157-164.

63. 

"Kan fænomenologien naturaliseres?" Psyke og Logos 23/1, 2002, 236-252.

63b. 

"Fenomenologia i projekt naturalizacji". In T. Komendzinski & S. Gallagher (eds): Studia z fenomenologii i nauk kognitywnych [Essays in Phenomenology and Cognitive Science]. Wydawnictwo Rafal Marszalek, in press.

64.

“Subjektivitetens Genkomst.” Universitetsavisen 5/9-2002, 12-13

65.

"Anonymity and first-personal givenness. An attempt at reconciliation". In David Carr & Chr. Lotz (Eds.): Subjektivität - Verantwortung - Wahrheit. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2002, 75-89.

66.

"Schizophrenic Autism. Clinical Phenomenology and Pathogenetic Implications". (Together with Josef Parnas and Pierre Bovet). World Psychiatry 1/3, 2002, 131-136.

67. 

"Fænomenologi og Metafysik". KRITIK 159, 2002, 18-28.

67b. 

"Phenomenology and metaphysics". In D. Zahavi, S. Heinämaa & H. Ruin (eds.): Metaphysics, Facticity, Interpretation. Contributions to Phenomenology. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht-Boston. 2003, 3-22.

67c. 

"Phénoménologie et métaphysique". Les études philosophique 87, 2008, 499-517.

68. 

"Husserl und das Problem des vor-reflexiven Selbstbewusstseins". In H. Hüni and P. Trawny (eds.): Die erscheinende Welt. Festschrift für Klaus Held. Duncker & Humblot, Berlin. 2002, 697-724.

68b.

"Inner time-consciousness and pre-reflective self-awareness". In D. Welton (ed.): The New Husserl. A Critical Reader. Indiana University Press. 2003, 157-180.

68c.

"Inner time-consciousness and pre-reflective Self-awareness". In R. Bernet, D. Welton, G. Zavota (eds.): Edmund Husserl - Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers III. Routledge, 2005, 299-324.

69. 

"Schizophrenia and self-awareness". Philosophy, Psychiatry, Psychology 8/4, 2001, 339-341.

70. 

"Selvet i filosofisk belysning". In P. Bertelsen, M. Hermansen & J. Tønnesvang (eds.): Vinkler på selvet - en antologi om selvbegrebets anvendelse i psykologien. Klim, Århus, 2002, 17-36.

71. 

"Intersubjectivity in Sartre's Being and Nothingness". Alter 10, 2002, 265-281.

72. 

"Fænomenologi". In F. Collin and S. Køppe (eds.): Humanistisk Videnskabsteori. DR Multimedie, 2003, 121-138.

73.

"Phenomenology of self". In T. Kircher & A.David (eds.): The Self in Neuroscience and Psychiatry. Cambridge University Press, 2003, 56-75.

74. 

"Conceptual problems in infantile autism research: Why cognitive science needs phenomenology". (With J. Parnas). Journal of Consciousness Studies 10/9, 2003, 53-71.

74b. 

"Conceptual problems in infantile autism research: Why cognitive science needs phenomenology". (With J. Parnas). In A. Jack & A. Roepstorff (eds.): Trusting the Subject? Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2003, 53-71.

75. 

"How to investigate subjectivity: Natorp and Heidegger on reflection". Continental Philosophy Review 36/2, 2003, 155-176.

76. 

"Subjektivitet og Naturalisering.” (With G. Christensen). In D. Zahavi & G. Christensen (eds.): Subjektivitet og Videnskab. Bevidsthedsforskning i det 21. Århundrede. Samfundslitteratur - Roskilde Universitetsforlag. Frederiksberg. 2003, 5-12.

77. 

"Førsproglig Selvbevidsthed.” In D. Zahavi & G. Christensen (eds.): Subjektivitet og Videnskab. Bevidsthedsforskning i det 21. Århundrede. Samfundslitteratur - Roskilde Universitetsforlag. Frederiksberg. 2003, 113-142.

78. 

”Mind, meaning, and metaphysics.“ Continental Philosophy Review 36/3, 2003, 325-334.

79. 

"Phenomenology in the Nordic Countries: An Introduction.” (With S. Heinämaa and H. Ruin). In D. Zahavi, S. Heinämaa, and H. Ruin (eds.): Metaphysics, Facticity, Interpretation. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht-Boston 2003, ix-xiv.

80. 

"Veje – ikke værker: Den unge Heideggers Skrifter.” (With S. Overgaard and T. Schwarz Wentzer). In D. Zahavi, S. Overgaard & T. Schwarz Wentzer (eds.): Den unge Heidegger. Akademisk Forlag, København, 2003, 9-29.

81. 

"Refleksiv fænomenologi vs. hermeneutisk fænomenologi.” In D. Zahavi, S. Overgaard & T. Schwarz Wentzer (eds.): Den unge Heidegger. Akademisk Forlag, København, 2003, 63-88.

82. 

"Body and Nature.” Husserl Studies 20, 2004, 89-97.

83. 

"Husserl’s noema and the internalism-externalism debate". Inquiry 47/1, 2004, 42-66.

84. 

"Time and Consciousness in the Bernau Manuscripts". Husserl Studies 20/2, 20/2,2004, 99-118.

84b. 

"Aika je tietoisuus Bernau-käsikirjoituksissa". Ajatus 61, 2004, 115-143.

85.

"Natural Realism, Anti-Reductionism, and Intentionality. The 'Phenomenology' of Hilary Putnam". In D. Carr and C.-F. Cheung (eds.): Time, Space, and Culture. Springer, 2004, 235-251.

86. 

“The Ambiguity of Self-consciousness: A preface” (with T. Grünbaum). In D. Zahavi, T. Grünbaum, J. Parnas (eds.): The structure and development of self-consciousness: Interdisciplinary perspectives. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2004, ix-xiv.

87. 

“The embodied self-awareness of the infant: A challenge to the theory-theory of mind?" In D. Zahavi, T. Grünbaum, J. Parnas (eds.): The structure and development of self-consciousness: Interdisciplinary perspectives. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2004, 35-63.

88. 

"Editorial Introduction: The Study of Consciousness and the Reinvention of the Wheel". Journal of Consciousness Studies 11/10-11, 2004, iv-viii.

88b. 

"Editorial Introduction: The Study of Consciousness and the Reinvention of the Wheel". In D. Zahavi (ed.): Hidden Resources. Classical Perspectives on Subjectivity. Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2004, iv-viii.

89. 

"Back to Brentano?” Journal of Consciousness Studies 11/10-11, 2004, 66-87.

89b. 

"Back to Brentano?” In D. Zahavi (ed.): Hidden Resources. Classical Perspectives on Subjectivity. Imprint Academic, Exeter, 2004, 66-87.

90. 

"Hands with a mind of their own". The Times Literary Supplement, October 15, 2004, 10.

91. 

"Subjectivity in the center or back to basics". Phenomenology and the cognitive sciences 3/3, 2004, 229-234.

92. 

"Phenomenology and the project of naturalization". Phenomenology and the cognitive sciences 3/4, 2004, 331-347.

93. 

Phenomenological approaches to self-consciousness.” (With S. Gallagher). The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2005 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.),.

94. 

"Review of Lilian Alweiss, The World Unclaimed: A Challenge to Heidegger's Critique of Husserl". International Journal of Philosophical Studies 13/1, 2005, 131-134.

95. 

"Danmarks Grundforskningsfonds Center for Subjektivitetsforskning". Filosofi 1, 2005, 12-20.

96. 

"Intentionality and phenomenality: A phenomenological take on the hard problem". In E. Thompson (ed.), The Problem of Consciousness: New Essays in Phenomenological Philosophy of Mind. Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume 29, 2003, 63-92.

96b. 

"Intentionality and Experience". Synthesis Philosophica 20/2, 2005, 299-318.

96c. 

""Intencionalnost i iskustvo". Filozofska Istra?ivanja 102, 2006, 319-337.

97. 

"Being Someone". Psyche 11/5, 2005, 1-20.

98. 

“Fænomenologisk sociologi: Hverdagslivets subjekt.” (With S. Overgaard).  In M. H. Jacobsen & S. Kristiansen (eds.): Hverdagslivet – Sociologier om det upåagtede. Hans Reitzel, København, 2005, 165-193.

99. 

"EASE: Examination of Anomalous Self-Experience". (With J. Parnas, P. Møller, T. Kircher, J. Thalbitzer, L. Jansson, P. Handest, ). Psychopathology 38, 2005, 236-258.

100. 

"Sjæl og Legeme". In M. Hansen (ed.): Almen studieforberedelse - videnskabernes temaer og historie. Gyldendal, København, 2005, 231-246.

101. 

"Talking faiths".The Times Literary Supplement, December 9, 2005, 26.

102. 

”Der Theorie-Theorie Versuch zum kindlichen Autismus: Eine phänomenologische Kritik". In J. Jonas & K.-H. Lembeck (ed.): Mensch - Leben - Technik: Aktuelle Beiträge zur phänomenologischen Anthropologie. Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, 2006, 271-283.

103. 

"Thinking about (self-)consciousness. Phenomenological perspectives.” In U. Kriegel & K. Williford (eds.): Consciousness and Self Reference. MIT Press, 2006, 273-295.

104. 

”Sjálfið og tíminn". Hugur 17, 2005, 97-107.

105. 

"Edmund Husserl: Hvordan verden træder frem". In C. Thau (ed.), Filosofi og Arkitektur. Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole, 2006, 7-18

106. 

"Two takes on a one-level account of consciousness". Psyche 12/2, 2006, 1-9.

107. 

“Phänomenologie und Kognitionswissenschaft: Möglichkeiten und Risiken.“ In D. Lohmar & D. Fonfara (eds.): Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven der Phänomenologie. Neue Felder der Kooperation: Cognitive Science, Neurowissenschaften, Psychologie, Soziologie, Politikwissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft. Dordrecht, Springer Verlag, 2006, 296-315.

107b. "Fenomenologia ja kognitiotiede: mahdollisuuksia ja vaaroja." Ajatus 64, 2008, 241-259.

108. 

"Zhutixing he xushuxing" [Subjectivity and narrativity]. Zhongguo Xianxiangxue yu Zhexue Pinglun [The phenomenological and philosophical research in China] 8, 2006, 155-177.

109. 

"Does (Husserlian) Phenomenology have a Future?" On the Future of Husserlian Phenomenology - Internet project organized by the Husserl Archives at the New School for Social Research, 2006.

110. 

"Subjektivitet og Narrativitet". Kultur og Klasse 101 (34/1), 2006, 74-94.

111. 

”Killing the Strawman: Dennett and Phenomenology.” Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 6/1-2, 2007, 21-43.

112.

"Subjectivity and Immanence in Michel Henry” In A. Grøn, I. Damgaard, S. Overgaard (eds.): Subjectivity and Transcendence. Siebeck Mohr, Tübingen, 2007, 133-147.

113. Thompson, E. & Zahavi, D.: "Philosophical Issues: Phenomenology." In Zelazo, P.D., Moscovitch, M., Thompson, E. (eds.): The Cambridge Handbook of Consciousness. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007, 67-87.

114.
"Self and other: The limits of narrative understanding.” In D.D. Hutto (eds): Narrative and Understanding Persons. Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement 60. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007,  179-201.

115.

“Fænomenologisk psykologi - den filosofiske tradition.” (With T. Grünbaum). In B. Karpatschof & B. Katzenelson (eds.): Klassisk og Moderne Psykologisk Teori. København: Hans Reitzel, 2007, 61-76. 

116. "Perception of duration presupposes duration of perception – or does it? Husserl and Dainton on time". International Journal of Philosophical Studies 15/3, 2007, 453-471.

116b. "La perception de la durée présuppose-t-elle ou non la durée de la perception? Husserl et Dainton sur le temps." In J. Benoist (ed.): La conscience du temps. Autour des Leçons sur le temps de Husserl. Paris: J. Vrin, 2008, 187-212.

117.

"The Heidelberg School and the Limits of Reflection." In S. Heinämaa, V. Lähteenmäki & P. Remes (eds.): Consciousness: From perception to reflection in the history of philosophy. Dordrecht: Springer, 2007, 267-285.

118. "Theory of mind, autisme og affektiv intersubjektivitet". In T.W. Jensen & M. Skov (eds.): Følelser og Kognition. København: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2007, 221-238.

119. ”Expression and empathy.” In D.D. Hutto & M. Ratcliffe (eds.): Folk Psychology Re-Assessed. Springer, 2007, 25-40.

120. "First-personal self-reference and the self-as-subject." Consciousness and Cognition 16, 2007, 600-603.

121. "Subjectivity and the first-person perspective." Southern Journal of Philosophy 45 (Spindel Supplement), 2007, 66-84.

122. "Il fenomeno dell'autocoscienza." Nuova secondaria 25/3, 2007, 41-44.

123. "The Mind Without, the World Within." Synthese 160/3, 2008, 309-311.

124. "Internalism, Externalism, and Transcendental Idealism.” Synthese 160/3, 2008, 355-374.

125. "A question of method: reflective vs. hermeneutical phenomenology." In F. Keskin (ed.): The proceedings of the twenty-first world congress of philosophy vol. 12: Philosophical trends in the XXth century. Ankara: Philosophical Society of Turkey, 2007, 111-118.

126. 

“Phenomenology”. In D. Moran (ed.), Routledge Companion to Twentieth-Century Philosophy. London: Routledge. 2008, 661-692.

127. "Simulation, projection and empathy." Consciousness and Cognition 17, 2008, 514-522.

128. "Précis - The Phenomenological Mind." (With S. Gallagher). Abstracta Special Issue 2, 2008, 4-9.

129. "Reply - A phenomenology with legs and brains." (With S. Gallagher). Abstracta Special Issue 2, 2008, 86-107.

130. "The (in)visibility of others: a reply to Herschbach." (With S. Gallagher). Philosophical Explorations 11/3, 2008, 237-244.

131. "Recent developments in philosophy of psychopathology." (With J. Parnas & L.A. Sass). Current Opinion in Psychiatry 21, 2008, 578–584.

132. "Intentionalität und Bewusstsein." In V. Mayer (ed.): Edmund Husserl - Logische Untersuchungen. Akademie Verlag, 2008, 139-157.

133. "Bevidsthedsfilosofi." In V. F. Hendricks & S.W. Pedersen (eds.): Et spadestik dybere: Præsentation af 10 filosofiske discipliner. Automatic Press, 2008, 169-193.

134. "Phenomenological Sociology: The Subjectivity of Everyday Life." (With S. Overgaard). In M. Hviid Jacobsen (ed.): Encountering the Everyday: An Introduction to the Sociologies of the Unnoticed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, pp. 93-115.

135. “Understanding (Other) Minds: Wittgenstein’s Phenomenological Contribution.” (With S. Overgaard). In E. Zamuner & D. Levy (eds.): Wittgenstein’s Enduring Arguments. London: Routledge, 2009, 60-86.

136.

"Philosophy, Psychology, Phenomenology." In S. Heinämaa & M. Reuter (eds.): Psychology and Philosophy. Inquiries into the Soul from Late Scholasticism to Contemporary Thought. Dordrecht: Springer, 2009, 247-262.

137. "Phenomenology of Consciousness." In W.P. Banks (ed.): Encyclopedia of Consciousness vol. II. Oxford: Elsevier, 2009, 175-186.

138.  "Review of E. Thompson: Mind in Life: Biology, Phenomenology and the Sciences of the Mind." Husserl Studies 25/2, 2009, 159-168.

139. "Subjectivity." In T. Bayne, A. Cleeremans and P. Wilken (eds.): The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, 616-619.

140.  "Bevidsthed - et grundlæggende emne i psykiatrien." (Together with J. Parnas). In Mors, O., Kragh-Sørensen, P., Parnas, J. (eds.): Klinisk Psykiatri. 3. udgave. København: Munksgaard, 2009, 77-102.

141.
"Die Reduktion und das Unsichtbare." In Bernet, R., Kapust, A. (eds.): Die Sichtbarkeit des Unsichtbaren. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2009, 45-55.

142.
"Phänomenologie und Transzendentalphilosophie." In Figal, G. & Gander, H.-H. (eds.): Heidegger und Husserl. Neue Perspektiven. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2009, 73-99.

Papers presented abroad 

01.08.1993.

"Husserl's transformation af transcendentalfilosofien". Nordisk Sommeruniversitet. Jyväskylä. Finland.
07.12.1993.
"Husserl and transcendental solipsism". Université du Québec à Montreal. Canada.
05.02.1994.
"Habermas og intersubjektiviteten. En fænomenologisk kritik" Nordisk Sommeruniversitet. Oslo. Norway.
17.02.1995. 
"Fraværets Fænomenologi". Nordisk Sommeruniversitet. Lund. Sweden.
30.07.1995. 
"Spædbarnets intersubjektivitet. En præsentation af D.Sterns udviklingspsykologi". Nordisk Sommeruniversitet. Nesjavellir. Iceland.
25.09.1995. 
"Husserl's intersubjective transformation of transcendental philosophy". Tokyo University. Tokyo. Japan.
26.09.1995. 
"Husserl's intersubjective transformation of transcendental philosophy". Toyo University. Tokyo. Japan.
13.10.1995. 
"Husserl and transcendental Intersubjectivity". SPEPs 34. Annual Meeting. DePaul University. Chicago. USA.
08.12.1995. 
"Sleep and Self-awareness". Forskningsgruppen Alter, ENS, Fontenay/St. Cloud. France.
12.10.1996. 
"Manfred Frank on Self-awareness. Some phenomenological reservations". SPEPs 35. Annual Meeting. Georgetown University. Washington. USA.
19.09.1997. 
"Dieter Henrich and Manfred Frank on Self-awareness". Indiana University. Bloomington. USA.
21.01.1998.
"Self-awareness and Egology". Collège International de Philosophie. Paris. France.
24.09.1998. 
"Die Reduktion des Sichtbaren". Die Sichtbarkeit des Unsichtbaren: Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Phänomenologische Forschung. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Belgium.
08.10.1998. 
"Michel Henry and the Phenomenology of the Invisible". SPEPs 37. Annual Meeting. University of Colorado. Denver. USA.
18.03.1999. 
"Reflection and attention. Some philosophical, gestaltpsychological and psychopathological remarks on their difference and similarity". Collège International de Philosophie. Paris. France.
25.09.1999. 
"The Intersubjectivity of Consciousness". Fetzer Institute. Kalamazoo. Michigan. USA.
05.10.1999. 
"The self in self-awareness". Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. USA.
08.10.1999. 
"Experiential self-givenness and non-egological anonymity. An attempt of reconciliation". SPEPs 38. Annual Meeting. University of Oregon. Eugene. USA.
12.11.1999. 
"Phenomenology of self-awareness". Canisius College. Buffalo. USA.
15.11.1999. 
"Phenomenology of self-awareness". Rutgers University. New Brunswick. USA.
19.11.1999. 
"Merleau-Ponty on Husserl. A reevaluation". Merleau-Ponty's Reading of Husserl. Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology. Florida Atlantic University. USA.
02.12.1999. 
"The self in self-awareness". SUNY at Stony Brook. USA.
03.03.2000. 
"Suffering and selfhood. Passivity and affectivity in Henry and Husserl". Das Mass des Leidens. Gesellschaft für Philosophie und Wissenschaften der Psyche. Berlin. Germany.
15.06.2000. 
"Self and Consciousness". Jesus College, Oxford University. UK.
16.06.2000. 
"Merleau-Ponty on Husserl. A reappraisal". Warwick University. UK.
26.06.2000. 
"Self-awareness in recent phenomenology and philosophy of mind". Phenomenological and Experimental Approaches to Cognition. CREA. Paris. France.
14.09.2000. 
"Self-awareness in recent phenomenology and philosophy of mind". Stockholm University. Sweden.
15.09.2000. 
"Merleau-Ponty on Husserl.A reappraisal". Södertörn University College, Stockholm. Sweden.
05.10.2000. 
"Transcendental subjectivity and metaphysics. A comment on David Carr's 'Paradox of Subjectivity'". SPEPs 39. Annual Meeting. Penn State University. USA.
10.10.2000. 
"The question of self-awareness. Recent approaches in phenomenology and analytical philosophy of mind". Fordham University, New York, USA.
02.11.2000. 
"The Husserlian roots of La transcendance de l'ego". Sartre phénoménologue. Collège International de Philosophie. Paris. France.
16.11.2000. 
"Metaphysical Neutrality in Logische Untersuchungen". The Future of Phenomenology. Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci. Czech Republic.
23.11.2000. 
"The 'Phenomenology' of Hilary Putnam". Time, Space and Culture. International Conference on Phenomenology. Chinese University of Hong Kong. China.
11.01.2001. 
"Self-awareness and Alterity". Zwei Wege zum Subjekt? Methode, Wissenschaft und Selbstbewusstsein bei Fichte und Husserl. Philipps-Universität Marburg. Germany.
13.01.2001. 
"The Concept of Consciousness in Logische Untersuchungen". Zwei Wege zum Subjekt? Methode, Wissenschaft und Selbstbewusstsein bei Fichte und Husserl. Philipps-Universität Marburg. Germany.
24.02.2001. 
"Indexicality and temporality. A reply to Richard Cobb-Stevens and John Brough". Book session on Alterity and Self-awareness. 31. Meeting of the Husserl Circle. Indiana University. USA.
27.02.2001. 
"Recent theories of self-awareness in phenomenology and analytical philosophy of mind". Boston College. USA.
24.04.2001. 
"Recent theories of self-awareness in phenomenology and analytical philosophy of mind". University of Louvain. Belgium.
18.05.2001. 
"Metaphysical Neutrality in Logische Untersuchungen". Les Recherches Logiques, une oeuvre de percée. École Normale Supérieur. Paris. France
28.09.2001. 
"The problem of self-awareness in 20. Century German thought". CUNY Graduate Center. New York. USA,
01.10.2001. 
"Phenomenology and the problem(s) of intersubjectivity". McGill University. Montreal. Canada.
04.10.2001. 
"Temporality, the unconscious, and the first-person perspective. A reply to James G. Hart and Shaun Gallagher". Book session on Alterity and Self-awareness. SPEP's 40. Annual Meeting. Goucher College. Baltimore. USA.
14.10.2001. 
"The Problem of Metaphysics in Husserl's Logical Investigations". International Conference on Phenomenology. Peking University. Beijing. China.
26.10.2001. 
"Inner time-consciousness and prereflective self-awareness". [Plenary talk]. Phänomenologische Erkenntnis- und Subjektivitätstheorie. Universität zu Köln. Germany.
01.12.2001. 
"Phenomenology and the project of naturalization". Contemporary Issues in Metaphilosophy. University of Tromsø. Norway.
04.03.2002. 
"Phenomenology of self". University College Dublin. Ireland.
06.03.2002. 
"Phenomenology of self". National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.
28.03.2002. 
"Phenomenology and Cognitive Science. A necessary dialogue?" American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, 76. Annual Meeting, Seattle. USA.
02.04.2002. 
"Phenomenology and the project of naturalization". University of San Francisco. USA.
05.04.2002. 
"The Noema and the Internalism-Externalism debate". Catholic University of America. Washington, D.C., USA.
16.05.2002. 
"Naturalizing Phenomenology. A feasible project?" The Naturalistic Tension: An international Symposium on Phenomenology and Cognitive Science. University of Tampere, Finland.
07.10.2002. 
”Phenomenology and metaphysics.” State University of New York at Stony Brook. USA.
11.10.2002. 
”Husserl’s noema and the internalism-externalism debate.” SPEP’s 41. meeting. Loyola University, Chicago, USA.
14.10.2002. 
”Internal time-consciousness and prereflective self-awareness.” University of Chicago. USA.
17.10.2002. 
“Intentionality and Phenomenality.” Boston College. USA.
18.10.2002. 
“Time, Consciousness, and the Threat of an Infinite Regress.” Phenomenology and Time. Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science. Boston University. USA.
06.03.2003. 
”Can the mind be investigated reflectively? Early critics of phenomenology". Center for Theoretical Study, Charles University and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Prague. Czech Republic.
30.03.2003. 
”The embodied self-awareness of the infant: a challenge to the theory-theory of mind?” Body Image – Body Schema. Ghent University. Belgium.
08.04.2003. 
”Phenomenology of Self.” Département de philosophie. Université de Geneve. Switzerland.
10.04.2003. 
”Phenomenology and Metaphysics.” Institut für Philosophie. Universität Bern. Switzerland.
25.04.2003. 
”Time and Consciousness in the Bernau Manuscripts.” [Plenary Talk]. 1. Annual Meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. University of Helsinki. Finland.
05.06.2003.
"Time and Consciousness in the Bernau Manuscripts". Collège International de Philosophie. Paris. France.
09.07.2003.
"Why Cognitive Science needs Phenomenology: Conceptual Problems in Infantile Autism Research". [Plenary Talk]. Toward a Science of Consciousness 2003: Phenomenology and Neuroscience. Center for Theoretical Study, Charles University and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Prague. Czech Republic.
14.08.2003.
"A Question of Method: Reflective vs. Hermeneutical Phenomenology". XXIst World Congress of Philosophy. Istanbul. Turkey.
15.08.2003.
"Phenomenology and the Problem(s) of Intersubjectivity". Open Problems. Institut International de Philosophie. Istanbul. Turkey.
16.09.2003.
“The theory-theory approach to infantile autism. A phenomenological critique.” Intersubjectivity and Embodiment: Perspectives from Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences. Institute for Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.
26.09.2003. 
“Conceptual Issues in the Study of Infantile Autism.” Mensch, Leben, Technik. Deutsche Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschungen. Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany.
18.10.2003. 
“Transcendental and empirical analyses of consciousness.” Psychology in philosophy: Intellectual and Social Aspects from Late Scholasticism to Contemporary Thought. University of Helsinki, Finland.
21.11.2003.
“Phenomenology and Metaphysics.” Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan.
24.11.2003. 
“Time and Consciousness in the Bernau Manuscripts.” The third international meeting for Husserl studies in Japan. Kyoto University, Japan.
26.11.2003. 
“Natorp and Heidegger on Reflection.” Tokyo University, Japan.
29.01.2004. 
“Philosophy, psychology, phenomenology". Université Paris Sorbonne-Paris IV. France.
29.01.2004. 
“Conceptual problems in infantile autism research". Collège International de Philosophie. Paris. France.
01.03.2004. 
“The embodied self-awareness of the infant. A challenge to the theory-theory of mind?" University of Warwick, UK.
02.03.2004. 
“Philosophy, psychology, phenomenology". University of Reading, UK.
03.03.2004. 
“Back to Brentano?" University of Kent, UK.
12.03.2004. 
“Philosophy, psychology, phenomenology". Rethinking Reason. University of Tampere, Finland.
13.08.2004. 
“Selfhood vs. Personhood.” [Plenary talk]. Dimensions of Personhood. University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
24.09.2004. 
“Time and Self.” [Plenary talk]. Time, memory and history. 7th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology. University of Heidelberg, Germany.
17.10.2004. 
“Subjectivity and Narrativity.” Phenomenology and Ethos. Sun Yat-sen University. Guangzhou. China.
21.10.2004. 
"Consciousness and self-consciousness. Phenomenological perspectives.” Seoul National University. Seoul. Korea.
26.10.2004. 
“Back to Brentano? Neo-Brentanian Theories of Consciousness and Self-consciousness.“ Rice University. Houston. USA.
28.10.2004. 
“Foundationalism, Essentialism and Egology.” Book session on Husserl's Phenomenology. 43. Annual SPEP Conference. University of Memphis. Memphis. USA.
01.11.2004. 
“The Self.” New School University. New York. USA.
05.11.2004. 
“Phenomenology and Cognitive Science: Prospects and Perils.” [Plenary talk]. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven der Phänomenologie. Universität Köln. Germany.
24.11.2004. 
“Philosophy and Science.” University College Cork, Ireland.
26.11.2004. 
“Subjectivity and Intentionality.” (Plenary talk). Subjectivity, Intentionality, Evil. Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. Poland.
14.01.2005. 
“Expression and Empathy.” (Plenary talk). Phenomenology, Intersubjectivity and Theory of Mind. University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA.
21.01.2005. 
“Being Someone.” University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA.
26.02.2005. 
“The Center for Subjectivity Research in Copenhagen.“ Der Mensch als Subjekt in Forschung und Praxis der Medizin. Medizinische Universität Graz, Austria.
24.04.2005. 
“Time and Self.” 3. Annual meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. Universitetet i Bergen. Norway.
16.06.2005. 
“Philosophy, Psychology, Phenomenology.” University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.
25.06.2005. 
“Perception of duration presupposes duration of perception – or does it? Husserl and Dainton on time.” Actualité et postérité des Leçons sur la Phénoménologie de la Conscience du Temps de Husserl.  École Normale Supérieure. Paris. France.
14.07.2005. 
“Self and others as limits of narrativity.” [Plenary talk]. Narrative and Understanding Persons. Royal Institute of Philosophy Annual Conference. University of Hertfordshire, UK.
06.10.2005. 
“Der Sinn der Phänomenologie. Eine methodologische Reflexion.” [Plenary talk]. Phänomenologie der Sinnereignisse. Deutsche Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung. Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany.
12.12.2005. 
“Consciousness and Self-consciousness". Expérience subjective pre-reflexive et action. CREA. Paris. France.
11.03.2006. 
“Auto- and Heterophenomenology". [Keynote talk]. The Philosophy of Mind. Meeting of the Irish Philosophical Society. National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.
24.03.2006. 
“Self and others: The limits of narrative understanding.” Symposium on Personhood, Selfhood, and Self-relatedness. Erasmus University Rotterdam. The Netherlands.
22.04.2006. 
“Philosophy and Naturalism.” [Plenary talk]. 4. Annual meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.
16.06.2006. 
“How thin can it get or what is transcendental about (Husserlian) phenomenology?" Transcendental Philosophy and Naturalism: Phenomenology Workshop. University of Essex, London, UK.
29.06.2006. 
“Auto- and Heterophenomenology". Philosophy, Psychiatry and the Neurosciences. 9th International Conference on Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology. University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands.
13.09.2006. 
“Expressivity, Narrativity and Alterity". Das Fremde in Selbst. Institut für Philosophie, Universität Wien, Austria.
16.09.2006. 
“The Time of the Self". [Plenary Talk]. Exploring the Boundaries of Experience and Self. Consciousness and Experiential Psychology Section: British Society for Psychology. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
29.09.2006. 
“Subjectivity and the first-person perspective". 2006 Spindel Conference: The First-Person Perspective in Philosophical Inquiry. University of Memphis, Memphis, USA.
12.10.2006. 
“Consciousness and pre-reflective self-consciousness." Department of Philosophy, Syracuse University, Syracuse, USA.
14.10.2006. 
“The self and the limits of narratives." 45. Annual SPEP Conference. Villanova University, Philadelphia, USA.
03.12.2006. 
“The social dimension of self-experience". Consciousness and brain in context. University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, USA.
02.01.2007. 
“Philosophy and naturalism: the challenge to phenomenology." 12th Jerusalem Philosophical Encounter: Phenomenology between first philosophy and the sciences. Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
17.02.2007. “Consciousness and Self-consciousness." Écoles Normale Supérieure. Paris. France.
10.03.2007. "The social dimension of self-experience." Social Cognition, Emotion, and Self-Consciousness. Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst. Germany.
29.03.2007. "The social dimension of self-experience." Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
04.04.2007. "Consciousness and self-consciousness." American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, San Francisco, USA.
12.07.2007. "Simulation, projection and empathy." [Plenary talk]. Narrative Alternatives to Theory of Mind. University of Hertfordshire, UK.
05.10.2007. "Perception, Space and Intersubjectivity. Husserl, Merleau-Ponty and the enactive approach to perception”. Raüme und Orte. Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
13.10.2007. "Phänomenologie und Transzendentalphilosophie.“ Heidegger und Husserl. Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany.
08.11.2007. "The Subjective Self." DISCOS. Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany. 
22.11.2007. “Is the self a social construct?” Phenomenal Consciousness and Self-awareness. 7th Annual Conference on the Philosophy of Consciousness. Centre for Philosophical Psychology. Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium.
24.11.2007. “Self and Other: Lessons from Phenomenology." Self and Other in Social Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind. Institute of Philosophy. School of Advanced Study, University of London, UK.
23.02.2008. "Subjectivity of experience and the minimal self. A reply to Ismael and Wrathall." [Keynote talk]. Self, agency and self-awareness. Department of Philosophy. University of California at Riverside. USA.
25.02.2008. "Phenomenology of self and the problem of naturalization." Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. Rutgers University. New Brunswick. USA.
29.02.2008. "Phenomenology of subjectivity." [Keynote talk]. Re-thinking subjectivity. New School of Social Research. New York. USA.
01.03.2008. "Unity of consciousness and the problem of self." The Reflective Self: Egological versus non-Egological Approaches to Consciousness. Columbia Society for Comparative Philosophy. Columbia University. New York. USA.
19.03.2008. "Egological vs. non-egological theories of mind: A reply to Albahari and Shear. " American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Pasadena, USA.
25.04.2008. ”Empathy and interpersonal Understanding” [Plenary Talk]. 6. Annual meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. Vytautas Magnus University of Kaunas. Kaunas. Lithuania.
19.06.2008. "Theory or simulation: Is there a third option?" Foundations of Human Social Behavior. University of Zürich. Zürich. Switzerland. 
10.07.2008. "Phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity." Social cognition and social narrative. CNCC Summer School. University of San Marino. San Marino.
19.09.2008. "Unity of consciousness and the problem of self". Södertörn University College, Stockholm. Sweden.
10.10.2008.
"Varieties of empathy in Scheler, Stein and Husserl." Varieties of empathy in Science and Culture. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.
18.10.2008. "Is the self a social construct." Der Mensch zwischen Möglichkeit und Wirklichkeit. IV Naturwissenschaftliche Perspektiven. Universität Zürich. Switzerland.
13.11.2008. "Minimal self and narrative self: A distinction in need of refinement." DISCOS: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Disorders and Coherence of the Embodied Self. Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg. Germany.   
23.01.2009. "Naturalized phenomenology." International Colloquium on Phenomenology, Psychology and Psychotherapy. Higher Institute of Applied Psychology. Lisbon. Portugal.
04.02.2009. "Self-conscious emotions: Shame and the exposed self." Institute of Cognitive Science. Universität Osnabrück. Osnabrück. Germany.
24.02.2009. "Self and other." Interdisciplinary graduate workshop sponsored by Emory Center of Mind, Brain, and Culture. Emory University. Atlanta. USA.
25.02.2009. "Varieties of empathy from Lipps to Schütz." Department of Philosophy, Emory University. Atlanta. USA.
02.04.2009. "Method or metaphysics? Husserl's transcendental project." Phenomenology - Sciences - Philosophy. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.
24.04.2009. "Thou-orientation and they-orientation: the contribution of Schütz." 7. Annual meeting of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology. University of Tampere. Tampere. Finland.
29.05.2009. "Mindedness, Mindlessness and First-person Authority." Theory of consciousness in analytical phenomenology and philosophy of mind. University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland.
14.06.2009. "Self-conscious emotions. Shame and the exposed self." Filosofidagarna 2009. Lund University. Lund. Sweden.
20.06.2009.  "Phenomenology and the dialogue with empirical science." (Keynote talk). Challenging the past - interpreting the present - envisioning the future. The 28th International Human Science Research Conference. Molde University College, Molde, Norway. 
01.10.2009.
"Naturalized Phenomenology." Phänomenologie im Wettstreit der Methoden. Internationale Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung.Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany.
02.10.2009.
"Self-conscious emotions: Shame and the exposed self." CNCC Final Conference. University of Edinburgh, UK.