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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


Fourth Internal RTG Workshop

On 23rd of November 2018, we held our fourth internal workshop at the University of Osnabrück. The overall theme was “Topics in Situated Cognition”. There were two keynote talks featured… » read more


GAP Satellite Workshop: Mental Representation, Mechanistic Explanation & Situated Cognition

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 RTG Conference: Situated Approaches to Social Understanding, Emotion, and Meaning

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


RTG Fellow: Dr. John Michael (University of Warwick)

Dr. John Michael will be visiting the RTG in Bochum from mid of June until beginning of July 2018. John Michael is currently an assistant professor at the Warwick University… » read more