CFS Newsletter No. 3 - 2018

CFS Newsletter No. 3 - 2018


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International Conference
29-30 November 2018

Second-Person Engagement and Group Identification

Conference Content:

What is special about relating to someone as a ‘you’, and what is the link between second-person engagement and the capacity to adopt a group- or we-perspective? Although second-person engagement and group identification constitute pivotal structures of human sociality, their interrelation remains largely unexplored in philosophy and psychology. The aim of the conference is to discuss new theoretical and empirical approaches to these questions.

Confirmed Speakers:

Dominic Abrams (University of Kent, UK)

Malinda Carpenter (University of St. Andrews, UK)

Naomi Eilan (Warwick University, UK)

Miles Hewstone (University of Oxford, UK)

Arto Laitinen (University of Tampere, FI)

Felipe León ( University of Copenhagen, DK)

Patricia Meindl (University of Copenhagen, DK)

Henrike Moll (University of Southern California, US)

Vasudevi Reddy (University of Portsmouth, UK) 

Philippe Rochat (Emory University, Atlanta, US)

Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen, DK)

 

Registration
The conference is free and open to all but registration is needed.
Please use this registration form on no later than Friday 23 November 2018.

The conference is funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark

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Visiting researchers

Christopher Erhard,Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, DE (02.05.2017-31.03.2018)
Yiwei Jin, Peking University, CH (21.08.2017-31.08.2018)
Xing Liu, Zhejiang University of Technology, CH (04.09.2017-14.11.2018)
Fulin Yue, Nanjing University, CN (03.01.2018 - 30.12.2018)

See list of previous visiting researchers


Events

20 September 2018, 14:15-16:00 
Phenomenal Consciousness, Intentionality, and Knowledge
CFS Lecture in Phenomenology by Walter Hopp, Department of Philosophy, Boston University, USA.
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25 October 2018, 14:15-16:00 
No-self and the phenomenology of ownership
CFS Lecture by Monima Chadha, Department of Philosophy, Monash University, Australia. 
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Video

This year we have prepared a video presentation for Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind that will introduce you to basic ideas in phenomenology.

See video


New Oxford Handbook of the History of Phenomenology

Professor Dan Zahavi has now published a 775 page Oxford Handbook on the History of Phenomenology, for which he served as editor. The handbook contains 37 essays written by leading scholars on the main traditions, figures, and themes in phenomenology. You can find it on the OUP website here.


CFS Blog at The Open Commons of Phenomenology

Takashi Ikeda / Phenomenological Perspectives on Implicit Bias

Thomas Arnold / Objects, Habits and the Absolute


Publications

Overgaard, S. & Marshall, R. “Rethinking Minds: The Wittgenstein, Levinas, Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty Gang” (Interview with Søren Overgaard). 3:AM Magazine, 27 June 2018.

Zahavi, D.: "Intersubjectivity, sociality, community: The contributions of the early phenomenologists." In D. Zahavi (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of the History of Phenomenology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 734-752.

Zahavi, D.: "Introduction." In D. Zahavi (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of the History of Phenomenology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 1-2.

Zahavi, D. (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of the History of Phenomenology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. (p. 775).

Gersel, J., Jensen, R. T., Thaning, M. S., and Overgaard, S. (eds.), In the Light of Experience: New Essays on Reasons and Perception. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Mind Association Occasional Series), 2018.

Zahavi, D., García, P.E.: "Nuevos horizontes en filosofía de la mente. Entrevista al Prof. Dan Zahavi." Eidos 29, 2018, 400-409.

Nörenberg, H.: “Elementary Affective Sharing: The Case of Collective Embarrassment.” Phänomenologische Forschungen, 2018, 129-150.

Nörenberg, H.: “Heiko Schulz, Eschatologische Identität. Eine Untersuchung über das Verhältnis das Verhältnis von Vorsehung, Schicksal und Zufall bei Sören Kierkegaard.” In J. Stewart (ed.): Kierkegaard Secondary Literature: Tome IV (Kierkegaard Research : Sources, Reception and Resources, vol. 18). London/New York: Routledge, 2017, 309-314.

Nörenberg, H.: “Jochem Hennigfeld and Jon Stewart (eds.), Kierkegaard und Schelling. Freiheit, Angst und Wirklichkeit.” In J. Stewart (ed.): Kierkegaard Secondary Literature: Tome IV (Kierkegaard Research : Sources, Reception and Resources, vol. 18). London/New York: Routledge, 2017, 247-251.

扎哈维,“同情以外——现象学的交互主体性进路”,载于《恻隐之心——多维视野中的儒家古典观念研究》,赖曲平,陈立胜主编,巴蜀书社,2018,页399-427(Zahavi, D., Beyond Empathy: phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity, trans. by Luo, Z., in Ceyinzhixin (empathy): A study of classical Confucian ideas in multi-perspectives, Bashu Press, 2018, pp. 399-427).

Overgaard, S. “Reframing the issue of direct social perception: Comment on ‘Seeing mental states: An experimental strategy for measuring the observability of other minds’ by Cristina Becchio et al.” Physics of Life Reviews 24, 2018, 96-98.

Zahavi, D.: "Collective Intentionality and Plural Pre-Reflective Self-Awareness." Journal of Social Philosophy  49/1, 2018, 61-75.

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About the center

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.



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