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CFS Newsletter No. 4 - 2016

CFS Newsletter No. 4 - 2016

The Center for Subjectivity Research was established in 2002 as an interdisciplinary "Center of Excellence." In the period 2002-2012 it was funded by the Danish National Research Foundation, with supplementary funding from the University of Copenhagen. Currently, it is host to a number of externally funded research projects. It is located at the Faculty of Humanities, and its current staff is affiliated with the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Theology, and the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.


Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind 2016

Giovanna Colombetti:
“Situating Affectivity”
John J. Drummond:
”Emotions, Value, and Action”
Shaun Gallagher:
“Intentionality, material engagement and joint agency”
Søren Overgaard:
“Perceptual error, Conjunctivism, and Husserl”
Dan Zahavi:
“Phenomenology and/or Metaphysics”

Read more at the Summer School site


Events

27 June 2016, 14:15-16:00 
CFS Lecture by Jeff Malpas: "Topology, Hermeneutics and the Transcendental" 
Read more

8 September 2016, 14:15-16:00
CFS Lecture by James Conant: "The Second Person as a Form of Consciousness"
Read more


Jeff Malpas: "Topology, Hermeneutics and the Transcendental"

Abstract:
Focusing on the intimate connection between place and understanding, this talk will explore the consequent interconnection between topology and hermeneutics, and in doing so set out an account of the transcendental as both topological and hermeneutical.


New Grant to Kristian Moltke Martiny

PhD graduate from the Center for Subjectivity Research Kristian Moltke Martiny has received a 3-year project grant (2016-2019) from the Elsass Foundation. The aim of the project is to establish a research group at the Elsass Institute, focusing on the psychological and social aspects of cerebral palsy.

The grant includes a shared postdoc position for Kristian between the Center  for Subjectivity Research and the Elsass Institute, two scientific assistants and two PhD positions.

Read an interview with Kristian based on his PhD project, Embodying Investigations of Cerebral Palsy A Case of Open Cognitive Science which led to both a documentary film and a theatre piece.


Visiting researchers

Heath Williams, Macquarie University, AU (20.06.2016-20.08.2016)
Henning Nörenberg, University of Rostock, DE (August 2015-July 2017)
Hilge Landveer, Freie Universität Berlin, DE (01.06.2016-06.07.2016)
Takuya Nakamura, Doshisha Universkity, JP (01.04.2016-31.03.2017)


CFS Blog at The Open Commons of Phenomenology

Dan Zahavi / Phenomenology and speculative realism

Søren Overgaard / How to philosophize

Gry Ardal Printzlau / Sacks, Ferenczi and the sense of reality

See http://ophen.org/
See http://cfs.ophen.org/


Publications

Jardine, J. ‘Wahrnehmung und Explikation. Husserl und Stein über die Phänomenologie der Einfühlung.' Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 64/3, 2016, 352–374.

Taipale, J.: "Self-regulation and beyond: Affect regulation and the infant-caregiver dyad." Frontiers in Psychology 7/889, 2016, 1-13.

Zahavi, D., Jensen, B.B.: "Understanding quality of life - On the phenomenology of architecture." In B.B. Jensen & K.L. Weiss (eds.): Art of Many - The Right to Space: The Danish Pavilion - Biennale Achitettura 2016. Danish Architecture Center & The Danish Architectural Press, 2016, 384-391.

Zahavi, D.: "The end of what? Phenomenology vs. speculative realism." International Journal of Philosophical Studies 24/3, 2016, 289-309.

Blomberg, O.: “Common knowledge and reductionism about shared agency”. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 94(2), 2016, 315-326.

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