Copenhagen Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind
The Summer School in Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind is an annual event organized by the Center of Subjectivity Research and co-funded by the PhD School at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen.
Place University of Copenhagen, Emil Holms Kanal 2, Aud. 22.0.11, Copenhagen
Time 14-18 August 2017
Methodology, intentionality, experience, reflection, perception, attention, self-awareness, rationality, and normativity.
The Summer School will provide you with essential insights into central themes within the philosophy of mind, viewed from a phenomenological perspective. It will consist of a mixture of keynote lectures, PhD presentations and seminars (32 hours total), aimed at advanced MA students and PhD students. Post Docs are also invited to apply.
Rudolf Bernet, University of Leuven, Belgium
David Cerbone, West Virginia University, USA
Hanne Jacobs, Loyola University Chicago, USA
Søren Overgaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Dan Zahavi, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Participation in the Summer School gives 2,5 ECTS points, 4,0 if you give a talk. The PhD school at the Faculty of Humanities will provide participants with diplomas on the condition that you are present minimum 80% of the summer school and fill in an evaluation form the last day of the summer school.
Early Bird registration fee (until 31 March) is DKK 700 including VAT.
Regular registration fee (from 1 April - 8 May) is DKK 850 including VAT.
The fee covers coffee breaks, one common dinner, a reception at the Center for Subjectivity Research and an excursion in Copenhagen.
Deadline for registration and submission of abstract is 8 May 2017.
Deadline for cancellation and refund of registration is 13 June 2017. Please
contact Merete Lynnerup for further details.
Final confirmation regarding acceptance to the Summer School will be given on 19 May 2017. The information will be sent to you personally. In case you do not receive such notification from us, please do not hesitate to contact Merete Lynnerup.