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Where does embodied cognition come from?

16891 - Hauptseminar

Koordination: Friedemann Pulvermüller, Martin Fischer, Michael Pauen

Ort: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

Zeit:  Mo, Di, Mi, Do 11:00-17:00

Erster Termin:  16.02.2015

Unterrichtssprache: Deutsch/ Englisch


Platzbeschränkung: Ja

Teilnahmepflicht: Ja

SWS: 2

Hinweis für Studierende:

Registration required and binding!

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Information and materials for this seminar can be found on the common website, please click HERE and use the seminar login id and password. If you do not know the id and pw, please contact laura@schlingloff.de


Traditionally, philosophy, psychology, and linguistics used to focus on the brain when it comes to explain and understand cognition. This view has been challenged in recent years both by philosophical arguments and empirical evidence showing that cognitive processes can only be understood if bodily processes are taken into account. The seminar will start with a discussion of the main philosophical issues. Afterwards, empirical papers from psychology and linguistics providing evidence for embodied cognition will be read. If you are interested in participating, please contact one of the professors early in the semester and state why the topic is of interest to you. Only a limited number of places is available.

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