Phenomenology Reading Group
The Phenomenology Reading Group (PRG) is open to all postgrad students and staff.
Each meeting is based on a reading which will have been read beforehand—a journal article, a chapter from a book or in some cases writings of the members themselves. Meetings usually begin with a volunteer giving a brief introduction to the reading, followed by a lively discussion.
The PRG aims to be welcoming to all who are interested in Philosophy of Mind, Continental Philosophy and Phenomenology and does not require specialist knowledge.
We meet fortnightly on Fridays at 1pm in the Departmental Seminar Room (51 Old Elvet). Further discussion may take place in a café or pub after the meeting. Each meeting will be based on an article or chapter that will be emailed to members of the department before the meeting (if you would like a copy of the reading please email firstname.lastname@example.org) with a volunteer giving a brief introduction to the reading before open discussion.
Details pending confirmation
Owen Earnshaw – email@example.com
Previous Sessions Below:
|Friday 3rd August 2018||'Heidegger and Social Cognition' by Gallagher and Jacobson|
|Friday 27th July 2018||'The Terms of Embodiment' by Shaun Gallagher|
|Friday 20th July 2018||'Haugeland's Heidegger and the Metaphysics of Normativity' by Katherine Withy|
|Friday 13th July 2018||'Schizophrenia and the scaffolded self' by Joel Krueger|
|Friday 06th July 2018||'Bodily Disorientation and moral change' by Ami Harbin|
|Friday 29th June 2018||'Phenomenology as a form of empathy' by Matthew Ratcliffe|
|Friday 17th November 2017||'Overcoming the Myth of the Mental: How Philosophers Can Profit from the Phenomenology of Everyday Expertise' by Hubert Dreyfus.|
|Friday 20th October 2017||Reading: McCullough, L. 2012. Simone Weil’s Phenomenology of the Body. Comparative and Continental Philosophy 4 (2):195-218|