GAP Satellite Workshop – Mental Representation, Mechanistic Explanation…

/*GAP Satellite Workshop*/

*Mental **Representation**, Mechanistic Explanation **& Situated
Cognition*

Friday, 21st September 2018

(subsequent to the main GAP10 program from 17. – 20.09.2018)

University of Cologne, Seminargebäude

The single-day workshop brings together young researchers from the
DFG-funded Graduiertenkolleg on “Situated Cognition” and experts working
on issues concerning 4-E cognition. We will tackle central
meta-questions as well as discuss core applications of 4E-approaches.
Meta-questions that will be addressed in the workshop concern the nature
and role of mental representations in cognitive processing, the
causation/constitution distinction in accounts of extended cognition,
and the compatibility of extended cognition and mechanistic explanation.
As application cases, we will focus on the relevance of situatedness for
social and moral cognition.

*Keynote speakers:*

Louise Antony (Amherst)
Leon de Bruin (Nijmegen, Amsterdam)
Beate Krickel (Bochum)
Richard Menary (Macquarie)

*Further speakers: *

Lasse T. Bergmann (Osnabrück)
Matej Kohár (Bochum)
Jumana Morciglio (Osnabrück)

Participation is free but space is limited. Therefore, please send us an
email to register: *rtg-situatedcognition@rub.de**
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For more information visit:
http://situated-cognition.com/conferences (see “GAP Satellite Workshop”)
or
https://gap10.de/en

*Scientific organizationin the context of DFG-Graduiertenkolleg Situated
Cognition:*
Prof. Dr. Albert Newen (Bochum), Prof. Dr. Achim Stephan (Osnabrück),
Dr. Beate Krickel (Bochum)