Spindel Conference

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Poster presentations (partially funded by the Humboldt Foundation Anneliese Maier Research Award)

Ekaterina Abramova (Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands). Towards an enactive theory of reference

Nikolai Alksnis (La Trobe University, Australia). Why content does not emerge from linguistic practices: a critique of enactive scaffolding

Lauran Alpert (CUNY Graduate School, USA). Body idiosyncrasy and the individuation of kinesthetic experience

Yochai Ataria (Hebrew University, Israel). The extended mind approach: Trauma in the world

Anya Daly (University of Melbourne, Australia). The social matrix: An interrogation of human destructiveness in terms of the “I” and “we” perspectives

Fermín Fulda (University of Toronto, Canada). Beyond mechanism and intellectualism: The case of bacteria cognition

Simon Høffding (University of Copenhagen, Denmark). The musician’s model of the mind: what we can learn from body-experts

Alexander A. Jeuk (University of Cincinnati, USA). Embodied conceptual content: Explaining abstract concepts

Felipe León (University of Copenhagen, Denmark).  Enactivism, relationality, and shared intentionality

Roman Madzia (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany). Habits – the vehicles of enactive cognition

Kristian Moltke Martiny (University of Copenhagen and the Helene Elsass Center, Denmark).  Neither commands nor predictions: A description of the sense of control in cerebral palsy

Katsunori Miyahara (Rikkyo University, Tokyo, JSPS, Japan). Passive embodiment for experiencing other minds as other minds

Juan Diego Morales (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia). Supervenience and emergence of mind from action and behavior

Juan Vila Perez (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina). A semiotic framework for relational nature

Ben Sheredos (University of California San Diego, USA) and Keyvan Shafiei (Georgetown University, USA). Phenomenologizing naturalism

David Silverman (Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, Université Paris Descartes, France).  Representation and sensorimotor theory

Joshua August Skorburg (University of Oregon, USA).  Pragmatism and Externalism

Diane Rose Stringer (University of Adelaide, Australia). Predictive coding, protention and self-evidence

Hannes Worthmann (Universities of Göttingen, Germany & Chicago, USA).  Affordances, representations, and agentive powers