Talks

(Selection)

Invited Talks

2019

Second Early Career Researcher Workshop in Philosophy of Mind and of Cognitive Science (RU Bochum): Strong Intentionalism and Bodily Sensations: Reliable Causal Covariance and Biological Function

Colloquium ‘Philosophy of Nature and Sciences’ (University of Bonn): Strong Intentionalism and the Issue of Bodily Sensations

Internal Research Meeting ‘New Developments in Experimental Philosophy’ (University of Bern): The Paradox of Pain

Bochum-Rutgers Workshop ‘Language, Mind, & Science’ (RU Bochum): The Frustrating Family of Pain

2018

GAP  Workshop ‘Mental Representation, Mechanistic Explanation & Situated Cognition’ (University of Cologne): Pain: why representationalists cannot account for it

PhilSoc Seminar of the School of Philosophy (ANU): The Causal and Functional Roles of Pain

2017

Colloquium of the Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Immunobiology (University Clinic Essen):   
Pain Between Neuroscience and Philosophy

Doctoral Colloquium of the Institute of Philosophy (University of Bern): The Integrative Pattern Theory of Pain

Peer-Reviewed Talks

2020

European Experimental Philosophy Conference (Online): The Semantics & Norms of Assertion for Pain Reports

2019

Annual Conference of the Italian Association for Cognitive Sciences (Roma Tre): The Family Resemblances of Pain: A Non-Eliminative Approach

2017

Annual Conference of the Italian Association for Cognitive Sciences (University of Bologna): The Dynamics of Pain

European Society for Psychology and Philosophy Conference (University of Herefordshire): The Dynamic Pattern Theory of Physical Pain – An Empirically Informed Approach

Understanding Value Six Conference (University of Sheffield): The Value of Pain

The Human Mind Conference (University of Cambridge): Challenging the Intentional Approach to Pain: Representationalism and Imperativism (Poster Presentation)

Rudolf-Carnap-Lectures with Frank Jackson (RU Bochum): Challenging the Representational Approach to Pain

2016

European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions Conference (University of Athens): Pain and Emotion

2015

European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions Conference (University of Edinburgh): Criteria of Rationality and Their Application to Emotions

Talks at Co-organized Workshops

2018

Workshop ‘Investigating the Mind: Pain, Emotion & Affective Disorders’ (RU Bochum): A Space for Pain (Paper Discussion)

2017

Workshop ‘The Nature of Pain: An Interdisciplinary Perspective’ (RU Bochum): The Dynamics of Pain

Spring School ‘Social Cognition, Emotion and Joint Action’ (RU Bochum): The Dynamic Pattern Theory of Pain – Neuroscientific Insights and their Theoretical Implications

Further Workshop Participations

2016

socSMCs Autumn School (Boltenhagen) ‘The Sensorimotor Foundation of Social Cognition’

2014

European Campus of Excellence Summer School (RU Bochum) ‘Memory and Mind: Perception from Philosophy and Neuroscience’

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