I am pleased to present my joint work with Dr. Peter Stilwell on “An Enactive Approach to Chronic Pain: Addressing Conceptual, Methodological, and Therapeutic Challenges” at the online workshop “Minds, Models and Mechanisms: Current Trends in Philosophy of Psychiatry” (20 – 22 of March 2021; University of Saarbrücken).
Talk: The Unificatory Value of Enactivism in Clinical Contexts
I am pleased to present my joint work with Dr. Peter Stilwell on “The unificatory value of enactivism in clinical contexts” at the online workshop ‘Methodology of Situated Cognition Research’ (3rd & 4th of March 2021; University of Kassel).
Publication: Pain, Amnesia, and Qualitative Memory
My paper “Pain, amnesia, and qualitative memory : conceptual and empirical challenges. Commentary on Barbara Montero’s paper ‘What experience doesn’t teach: Pain-amnesia and a new paradigm for memory research'” has been published in the Journal of Consciousness Studies, 27(11-12), 126-133
I am pleased to present my work on “Why bodily sensations still pose a challenge for strong representationalism” in the research colloquium ‘Philosophy of Cognition’ at TU Berlin: 17.11.2020, 10:15-11:45 (online).
Conference: Early Career Researcher Workshop in Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science (June & July 2020)
We are pleased to announce that our Third Early Career Researchers Workshop in Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science is taking place online in June and July 2020. Keynote speakers are Rob Rupert (Boulder) and Sanneke de Haan (Tilburg).
In autumn 2020, my book entitled “Experiencing pain” will be published by De Gruyter based on my research of the last five years. In the book, I examine the psychological, neural, causal, and biological properties of pain (experiences) and defend my own family resemblance theory.
I am looking forward to working as a postdoctoral researcher and scientific coordinator in the RTG ‘Situated Cognition’ located at the Ruhr University Bochum and the University of Osnabrück from February 2020 onwards.