NEWS: On the 18h of October Laura Galbusera will present a poster with the title “The Intersubjective Struggle of Schizophrenia and the Healing Power of Dialogue” at the Mind and Brain School of Berlin. She presents our analysis of the Open Dialogue approach to psychosis from the perspective of enactive cognitive science. For more Infos… Read More Poster Session at the workshop “An enactive approach to psychiatry and (psycho)therapy”
NEWS: On the 4h of October Miriam Kyselo gave a workshop on “Bodily Explorations of the Enactive Self”. A practical exploration of the sense of self in embodied interactions. The workshop took place at the 19th Herbstakademie in Heidelberg, which focussed on “Embodied Aesthetics and Resonance in Perception, Expression and Therapy” this year. Click here… Read More Workshop in Heidelberg – Bodily Explorations of the Enactive Self
NEWS: On the 18th of September Miriam will give a talk on the enactive approach to the self at the interdisciplinary workshop “The Development of the Self” in Lisbon, Portugal. The workshop is co-organised with robotics researchers Pablo Lanillos and Lorenzo Jamone and features great speakers from the fields of developmental psychology, robotics and philosophy.… Read More Interdisciplinary Workshop in Lisbon – Development of the Self
NEWS: Miriam Kyselo gave an online talk on the Minimal Self for the “ENSO”-series (Enactive Seminars Online). Click here for more infos or watch the talk online!
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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 Dr. Miriam Kyselo. Our aim is to promote and develop an integrative… Read More Welcome!
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)