Problems of the Self

June 25, 2012 - July 5, 2012
Central European University


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Maurice Bloch
London School of Economics
Peter Callero
Western Oregon University
Gyorgy Gergely
Central European University
Guenther Knoblich
Central European University
Béatrice Longuenesse
New York University
Christopher Peacocke
Columbia University
Phillipe Rochat
Emory University
Paul Snowdon
University College London
Manos Tsakiris
Royal Holloway University of London


Natalie Sebanz
University of Nijmegen
Hong Yu Wong
Universität Tübingen

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The course aims to present the state of the art in research on the self from philosophy, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, sociology, and cognitive anthropology. Themes revolve around the nature of the self, as revealed through self-consciousness, body perception, action and joint action, and its embedding in society and culture. Historical and developmental perspectives provide other angles on the self. The course presents a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary discussion on the self from multiple perspectives. It is directed at advanced graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty working in philosophy, psychology, cognitive neuroscience and cognate disciplines.

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