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Faculty updates – Shaun Gallagher

We are pleased to share the following publications and events from Professor Shaun Gallagher.

Book Publication

  • The third edition of The Phenomenological Mindwill be published in October by Routledge (Shaun Gallagher, co-authored with Dan Zahavi)

Papers published open access:

Chapters in collected volumes:

  • Gallagher, S. 2020. Body self-awareness: Multiple levels or dynamical gestalt. In K. Kendler, J. Parnas and P. Zachar (eds.), Levels of Analysis in Psychopathology (131-159)Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Gallagher, S. 2020. Who is the psychiatric subject? In K. Kendler, J. Parnas and P. Zachar (eds.), Levels of Analysis in Psychopathology (228-231)Cambridge: Cambridge University     Press
  • Gallagher, S. 2020. Phenomenology of agency and the cognitive sciences. In C. Erhard & T. Keiling (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of the Phenomenology of Agency (334-348). London: Routledge.
  • Gallagher, S. 2020. To follow a rule: Lessons from baby logicInterpreting Modernity: Essays in honor of Charles Taylor (21-34). Daniel Weinstock and Jacob Levy (eds.). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Recent and upcoming lectures (all done remotely via Zoom)

  • Modeling the situation of social interaction. Seminar on Situated Cognition. Ruhr U. Bochum. (1 December 2020).
  • When you know something that your brain doesn’t: Predictive processing and perceptual illusions. X-Spect Virtual Conference: Expecting Ourselves: Embodied Prediction and the Construction of Conscious Experience. University of Edinburgh (4-6 November 2020).
  • Zero-intelligence and human automaticity at two extremes. First Conference on Zero/Minimal Intelligence Agents. Yale University and Max-Planke Institute for Human Development. (22 October 2020)
  • Scaling up or scaling out? A recipe for explaining psychiatric conditions. Workshop on scaling up problem, enactivism and psychopathology. Ruhr U. Bochum. Online conference. (5 October 2020)
  • Keynote: A meshed architecture in performance and social cognition. The First International School on Philosophy of Cognitive Science: 4E Approaches. Rescheduled-online. Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran (9-10 September 2020)

Overdoing Democracy

The Rhodes College Department of Philosophy will be hosting a colloquium on Friday Oct 2, featuring Robert Talisse on his book “Overdoing Democracy.”

Overdoing Democracy

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