International Interdisciplinary Workshop: Ideas of Objectivity
With Humberto Maturana and Christoph Reinfandt
Tübingen, November 7th-11th, 2011
The Forum Scientiarum of the University of Tübingen is organizing a one-week international interdisciplinary workshop with Humberto Maturana (Escuela Matriztica de Santiago, Chile) and Christoph Reinfandt (University of Tübingen) which will take place during this year´s Unseld Lectures. For further information about the Unseld Lectures as well as the workshop please see the call for applications and our website.
We ask you to circulate the call within your institution´s mailinglists and, if possible, would appreciate the call´s publication on your website in order to reach all prospective participants of a wide range of scientific disciplines and fields of specialization.
The interdisciplinary workshop will take place at Forum Scientiarum of Tübingen University, from November 7th afternoon to November 11th afternoon. Twenty graduate students and junior sci-entists from all over the world will have the opportunity to work on ideas of ob¬jectivity with Humberto Maturana, neuro¬biologist and philosopher at the Escuela Matriztica de Santiago in Chile, and Christoph Reinfandt, Professor of English Literature at the Uni¬versity of Tübingen. Mornings the partici¬pants will discuss theories of objec¬tivity with Christoph Reinfandt. In the af¬ternoons the workshop will be directed by Humberto Maturana, discussing his own works. The students will also follow the Unseld Lecture on the second day and an interdisciplinary collo¬quium on the fourth day of the workshop.
Deadline: July 15th 2011
For further information on the program, the application procedure and sponsorship please see the call for applications and our website.
Please feel free to contact us in case of any questions.
Thank you in advance and best regards
Yanti Hölzchen and Dennis Peterzelka
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