Call for Papers

Transdisciplinary Approaches to Cognitive Innovation (CfP, University of Plymouth, 9-11 September 2015)

The promise of cognitive innovation as a collaborative project in the sciences, arts and humanities is that we can approach creativity as a bootstrapping cognitive process in which the energies that shape the poem are necessarily indistinguishable from those that shape the poet. For the purposes of this conference the Read more…

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Seminars and Lectures

Psychosis and the Hypothesis Testing Brain (Talk, Durham University, 29 April 2015)

The next meeting of the Joint Special Interest Group in Psychosis (JSIGP), featuring a presentation by Dr Sam Wilkinson (Department of Philosophy, Durham University) on ‘Psychosis and the Hypothesis Testing Brain’ will be held on Wednesday April 29th 2015 from 5.30 – 7PM in the Joachim Room, College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University (30 on this Read more…

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Seminars and Lectures

The Emergence of Nonconscious Cognition (Lecture, IAS Durham University, 2 March 2015)

Katherine Hayles (Duke) will be presenting a lecture titled The Emergence of Nonconscious Cognition 2 March 2015, 18.00 for 18.15, ER140, Elvet Riverside 1 Traditionally, the human brain has been associated with consciousness and (since Freud) the unconscious. However, at a lower level of neuronal processing, cognitive tasks are carried Read more…

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Emotions in the body and world – Prof Giovanna Colombetti (History of Distributed Cognition Online Seminar)

A new seminar in the History of Distributed Cognition series (Professor Giovanna Colombetti on ‘Emotions in the Body and the World’) is now available here. Summary: In recent years the affective sciences, including the psychology and philosophy of emotion, have re-evaluated the role of the body in emotion; accordingly, I Read more…

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