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Poster presentations at the C3

On June 8 members if our group participated in an event at the Centre for the Sciences of Complexity (C3) called: “C3: Un Centro Transversal para la UNAM”. 107 more words

Presentations

The Knowledge Ecology

I’ve been moving towards a description of the role concepts and knowledge play in action and perception. To this end, I’ve worked my way through the contributions that philosophers like Hubert Dreyfus, John McDowell, Barbara Gail Montero, and Alva Noë have made in these areas. 644 more words

Philosophy

Sticks and Stones: Sensitivity to physical pain can make words “hurt” more

By Angie Wang

Shard.

Pus.

Dental nerve.

If you’re like me, you probably winced as you read those words–or at least reading them made you somewhat uncomfortable. 677 more words

CFP: DFG Priority Programme "The Active Self"

Call for Proposals No. 24, 18 May 2017

Priority Programme „The Active Self“ (SPP 2134)

The Senate of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) has established a new Priority Programme entitled “The Active Self” (SPP 2134). 232 more words

Embodied Cognition

CFP: Maestría en Ciencias Cognitivas

This degree might be of interest for Spanish-speaking researchers interested in 4E Cognition. Tom Froese is part of the tutors of this program.

Events

Michael Madary & Thomas K. Metzinger, "Real Virtuality: A Code of Ethical Conduct. Recommendations for Good Scientific Practice and the Consumers of VR-Technology," 2016

Article on the research ethics of VR that looks at the power of VR to induce embodiment hallucinations and the importance of social interaction to enhance the “realness” of a VR experience. 330 more words

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