Seminar #17: Social Interaction Rhythm and Participatory Sense-Making
The second Life and Mind seminar of the summer term will be tomorrow, Wednesday the 25th of April, at 15:00 in room Pev1 2A01 (note room change!). Hanne will be leading a discussion on:
Social Interaction Rhythm and Participatory Sense-Making
In my quest to understand how people understand each other, I will present in the Life and Mind seminar tomorrow a way of extending the enactivist notion of sense-making into the domain of interpersonal understanding. I will present:
- how such an extension can be made (involving a close look at the physical aspects of interpersonal interaction processes, characteristics of ‘sense-making’, and the interplay between the individual(s) involved in an interaction and the interaction-process-as-system)
- a new perspective on (definition of?) social cognition that arises from this,
- and some implications of this move.