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Philosophie der Kognition

Prof. Dr. Beate Krickel

Lupe [1]

Fachgebietsleitung

Raum: H 7153

E-Mail: beate.krickel(at)tu-berlin.de [2]

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Persönliche Website: beatekrickel.com

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Forschung & Publikationen [4]

Lehre im SoSe 2020 [5]

Matej Kohár, M.A.

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

E-Mail: matej.kohar(at)tu-berlin.de [6]

persönliche Website [7]

 

 

Veranstaltungen

Online-Workshop "Representation, Computation, Mechanism: What is the Best Explanation of Cognition?" [8]

Donnerstag, 20. August 2020

Lupe [9]

Studierenden-Workshop mit Carrie Figdor

Mittwoch, 15. Juli 2020

15:30-15:35 Introduction
15:35-15:50 Johanna Kalder, Nikita Kellermann, Vittorio di Fraia: tba.
15:50-16:00 Reply Carrie Figdor + Q&A
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16:05-16:25 Philipp Fehse, Valentin Greggersen, Dennis Rollmann, Markus Vorreyer: tba.
16:25-16:35 Reply Carrie Figdor + Q&A
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16:40-16:55 Mehmetekin Demir, Rodolfo Gomez Cabrales, Sharon Mantel: tba.
16:55-17:05 Reply Carrie Figdor + Q&A
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17:20-18:30 Carrie Figdor "What is cognition, if not human cognition?" + Q&A

Carrie Figdor:What is cognition, if not human cognition?

We have long thought about cognition from an anthropocentric perspective, where human cognition is treated as the standard for full-fledged capacities throughout the biological world. This makes no evolutionary sense. I will discuss the theoretical and methodological shifts away from this perspective in comparative research — shifts that lie behind recent discoveries of advanced cognition in many non-humans — and how these changes bear on the debate between those who see human and non-human cognition as continuous (a difference in degree) vs. those who see them as discontinuous (a difference in kind).

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