Welcome to the pages of “Inter-Self Lab”, an interdisciplinary research group where the philosophy of self meets the science of self. Inter-self is located at the Institute of Philosophy of the Technical University of Berlin and is led by philosopher and cognitive scientist Prof. Dr. Miriam Kyselo. Our aim is to promote and develop an… Read More Welcome!
We have just submitted a paper with the first results of our exciting study on embodied social interaction in relation to the self!
Exciting News: Miriam Kyselo will be appointed to visiting Professor of Philosophy of Cognition (W2 level) in March 2019. Congratulations, Miriam!
Miriam Kyselo is a principal investigator in SCIoI (“Science of Intelligence”), an interdisciplinary research consortium funded by Germany’s Excellence Strategy Program. In the cluster, researchers from various disciplines, including robotics, psychology, philosophy, biology, AI and mathematics join forces to investigate one of the greatest research challenges of our time: what is intelligence? Congratulations to the… Read More Science of Intelligence (SCIoI)
We are excited to welcome you to the first OpenSelf Berlin conference, next week!
”The Multiple Dimensions of Selfhood: Philosophical and Psychopathological Perspectives” Workshop Organized by Inter-Self Lab (TU Berlin, IZW) in cooperation with DGAP (Deutsche Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Anthropologie, Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie) and Section Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychotherapy, Clinic of General Psychiatry, Centre for Psychosocial Medicine (Heidelberg) Date: September, 28th, 2018 Location: Technical University of Berlin,… Read More Multiple Dimensions of Self Workshop, 09/28, TU Berlin
The German Research Foundation has agreed to offer generous funding for our interdisciplinary conference “OpenSelf”, 5-7 September 2018, at TU Berlin! Congratulations!
On February 6, Miriam will give an invited talk at the “Theory of Science Forum” at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, in Trondheim Norway. Her talk is entitled “What is the Mind, Where is it, and Who has one?”.