RTG Fellow: Prof. Carrie Figdor (University of Iowa, Iowa)

In November/December 2019, Prof. Carrie Figdor from the University of Iowa will be visiting the RTG in Bochum. Carrie Figdor currently works as Professor at the Department of Philosophy and… » read more

RTG PhD fellow: Pankaj Singh (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur)

Pankaj Singh of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur , will be visiting the RTG from 01. – 30. September 2019. Pankaj Singh is currently a PhD student at the… » read more

Full Summer School Programme now online

Now that the final talks have been confirmed, the full programme of the RTG Summer School is finally online. Check the conferences site for more details.

Deadline extended: Cfp for the Summer School on Recent Developments in Situated Cognition

The deadline for the call for papers and posters has been extended by 15th June 2019. Please visit our conference site for more information the summer school and the cfp.

Preliminary programme is now online

The preliminary programme for the RTG Summer School on Recent Developments in Situated Cognition is available for download from our conferences site.    

Call for papers: Summer School on Recent Developments in Situated Cognition – Empirical and Philosophical Investigations, 23. – 26.09.2019

From 23rd until 26th September 2019, the RTG summer school will be held at Ruhr-University Bochum. The call for papers and posters is open until 1st June 2019. For more… » read more

Round Table: Career Opportunities Outside Academia

PhD in Philosophy or Psychology? Now What? We will discuss this question with our guests: Dr. Anne-Sophie Brüggen – PhD in Philosophy, now: Management Consultant Dr. Manuela Lenzen – PhD… » read more

GAP Satellite Workshop

On Friday, Sept 21 2018, the RTG hosted a one-day philosophy workshop on “Mental Representation, Mechanistic Explanation & Situated Cognition.” The workshop was one of three satellite workshops one day… » read more

RTG fellow: Dr. Christine Michel (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig)

Dr. Christine Michel of Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, will be visiting the RTG from 10. – 14. September 2018. She will be joining Samantha… » read more

Second conference of the RTG – Situated Approaches to Social Understanding, Emotion, and Meaning

Following the successful first RTG conference held in Osnabrück in autumn last year, it was now Bochum’s turn to host the 2nd RTG conference on 22nd and 23rd June 2018…. » read more