Research Presentations and Lectures
Here you find researchers presenting their work at the Center in video presentations or filmed lectures.
In the lecture Embodied Communities Dan Zahavi discuss the disagreement between Gerda Walther and Aron Gurwitsch concerning the nature of community (what is most important: concrete bodily engagement or cultural heritage) and relate their phenomenological perspective to a recent account of nationalism offered by Bernard Yack.
For Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind 2018 we have prepared a video presentation that will introduce you to basic ideas in phenomenology. We especially encourage those of you who are not already familiar with phenomenology to see the video.
In the lecture The Phenomenological We Dan Zahavi explores different phenomenological ideas about the nature of the we by considering the contributions of a variety of different figures in classical phenomenology.
In the lecture Anonymity, intersubjectivity and the self-other differentiation Dan Zahavi discuss different views on how to conceive of the self-other relation and whether a certain amount of compatibilism is possible. The lecture was given 15 January 2016, as part of the series Helsinki Lectures on Intersubjectivity organized by the Centre of Excellence in Intersubjectivity in Interaction.
Mads Gram Henriksen
In this video Mads Gram Henriksen talks about psychosis, hallucinations and reality testing, and touches on his own research in trying to revise concepts in psychiatry through phenomenology and first person accounts.
Ended Research Projects
In this video, Glenda Satne presents her research on norms, naturalism and intersubjectivity.
John Michael describes his project on social expertise, in particular focusing on a recent study involving people with Möbius Syndrome, who benefited from a social skills intervention.