Presentations

Angerer, Benjamin & Schreiber, Cornell (2017, July). Investigating Representational Dynamics in Problem Solving. Paper presented at the Problem-solving, Creativity and Spatial Reasoning Symposium, Delmenhorst.

Krickel, Beate (2017, August). Does the Notion of Mechanistic Constitution Provide a Solution to the Situated Cognition Dispute?. Paper presented at the ninth European Congress of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP9), Munich.

Wolf, Julia (2017, October). False Belief Understanding: cognitive and situational factors shape development. Paper presented at the Trends in Interdisciplinary Studies Conference, Lublin.

Martens, Judith (2017, November). Joint Action: A Dancing Philosopher’s Perspective. Paper presented at the Macquarie Universita Philosophy Seminar, Sydney.

Packheiser, Julian (2017, November). What you see is what you get? A comparison between overexpectation and protection from extinction. Paper presented at Neuroscience 2017, Washington, DC.

Schlicht, Tobias & Venter, Elmarie (2017, November). Perceiving Agents: predictive processing, perceptual accuracy and the experiencing subject. Paper presented at the Designed Minds Symposium, Edinburgh.

Krickel, Beate (2017, December). The Causation/Constitution Distinction, Mechanisms, and the Extended Mind Thesis. Paper presented at the Causation and Computation in Neuroscience Symposium, Jerusalem.

Krickel, Beate (2017, December). Enactivism & Constitution: Can the Mechanistic Mutual Manipulability Approach Help?. Paper presented at the Evolving Enactivism Workshop, Bochum.