Our fifth workshop "Embedded cognition" took place on 25th October 2014. It was a closer look on different versions of embodiment, situated cognition and related concepts with a focus on the Extended Mind Hypothesis.
Our fourth workshop "Mind and Language" took place on the 31st May 2014 and had a keen eye on the way how functionality, intentionality and language are intertwined, what the role of language in different moments is or can be, in relation to perception and our 'mental' concepts.
Our third workshop "Phenomenology" took place on 19th April 2014 and gave an overview over an analytical understanding of phenomenology, including a historical overview over the three classical phenomenological positions on the grounds of a paper by Zahavi and Thompson.
In our second Workshop (22nd February 2014), we covered the general grounds of computation and historical events leading up to system dynamics, artificial intelligence and more philosophically specific, the representational theory of mind and the computational theory of mind.