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Poster Neurophilosophy
Visions for Neurophilosophy
international interdisciplinary meeting at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
March 21 & 22 2013, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, Munich, Germany
!!! Attention: The location and program have been changed slightly. !!!

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To print the program, please download this PDF.


Thursday, March 21

12:30 Registration open with soft drinks and snacks

13:30 Welcome Address (Oliver Behrend, Munich Center for Neurosciences, LMU Munich)

          Introduction (Stephan Schleim, LMU Munich)

Session I: The challenges of neuroscience for moral philosophy (Chair: S. Sellmaier)

14:00 Maureen Sie (Univ. Rotterdam, NL): Free Will and Responsibility — The Challenge of the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences

15:00 Guy Kahane (Oxford Univ., GB): Neuroscience and Moral Philosophy

16:00 Break with coffee & tea

Session II: Neuroscience in a legal context (Chair: S. Schleim)

16:30 Stephen Morse (Univ. Pennsylvania, US): Beyond behavior? The possible normative significance of neuroscience in law

Discussion I: What are the challenges for neuroscience and society?

17:30 Discussion with Guy Kahane, Stephen Morse, and Maureen Sie, moderated by Andreas Roepstorff

18:30 Reception with drinks and canapés (until ca. 19:30 o'clock)

Friday, March 22

Session III: Interdisciplinary neuroscience (Chair: M. von Grundherr)

9:30 Giovanni Frazzetto (King’s College, GB): Teaching neuroscience interdisciplinarily, the example of NeuroSchools

10:15 Stephan Schleim (LMU Munich, DE): Trends in neuroscience communication

11:00 Break with coffee & tea

Session IV: Interdisciplinary knowledge integration and production (Chair: M. v. Grundherr)

11:30 Machiel Keestra (Univ. Amsterdam, NL): The concept of mechanism as a way to integrate knowledge in interdisciplinary projects

12:15 Andreas Roepstorff (Univ. Aarhus, DK): Knowledge production in brain imaging and its relation to other scientific fields

13:00 Lunch break (Two kinds of soup and bread)

Session V: Philosophy and neuroscience (Chair: S. Schleim)

14:30 Georg Northoff (Univ. Ottawa, CA): The example of “self”: Concept-fact iterativity, a neurophilosophical methodology

15:30 Dieter Sturma (Research Center Jülich, DE): Integrative Naturalism: Philosophy and Neuroscience

16:30 Break with coffee & tea

Session VI: Psychology as an integrative discipline

17:00 Lutz Jäncke (Univ. Zürich, CH): Psychology as a systemic science

Discussion II: Visions for Neurophilosophy

18:00 Final discussion

19:00 Conference Dinner (for invited guests)

Saturday, March 23

Neurophilosophy PhD Workshops (participation upon invitation)

10:00 Workshop Northoff

12:00 Lunch break

13:30 Workshop Kahane

15:30 Break

16:00 Workshop Keestra

To print the program, please download this PDF.

Inquiries should be addressed to:

Prof. Dr. Stephan Schleim
Chair for Neurophilosophy
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
80539 Munich, Germany

e-mail: Stephan.Schleim@lmu.de
fon: +49 (0) 89 - 21 80 98 88