2 “Empathy, conflict, and ethics: Phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity”

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On 30 September 2015 you can get a mind-knowing experience at Center for Subjectivity Research.
Maybe you are wondering what the center is all about?
We are hosting an afternoon of interdisciplinary lectures and talks.

1. Dan Zahavi: General presentation of Center for Subjectivity Research.
2. Søren Overgaard: “Empathy, conflict, and ethics: Phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity”
3. Kristian Moltke Martiny: “A life with brain damage: What does it mean?”
4. Thomas Szanto: “Emotion regulation and social identification”
5. Alba Montes Sanchez: “Genomics and collective identities”
6. Josef Parnas: “Schizophrenia, psychosis, and we-disorders”