The Life & Mind Seminar Network

Workshop on Enactive Approaches to Social Cognition

Posted in General by Tom Froese on September 2, 2008

Hi all,

This is just a quick post to say thank you to all the participants of the Workshop on Enactive Approaches to Social Cognition for making it such a productive and enjoyable event!

Here are some pictures of the event:

Ezequiel introduces the workshop

Ezequiel introduces the workshop

We tried out many different presentation formats at the workshop, and there was also a strong emphasis on embodied experience. See for yourself:

Getting entangled at Maxine's movement workshop

Getting entangled at Maxine's movement workshop

Interacting with the Enactive Torches

Interacting with the Enactive Torches

Investigating perceptual crossing with Charles

Investigating perceptual crossing with Charles

Interactive gaming with Sim-Suite

Relaxing at dinner

Relaxing at dinner

The participants

The participants

We’re thinking of making some more pictures of the workshop available on-line. If you have some good pictures from the workshop which you would like to share, then please do get in touch with us.

Thanks again to everyone!

The organizers (Ezequiel, Steve, Hanne and Tom)

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  1. Susan said, on September 3, 2008 at 8:02 pm

    Dear Ezequiel, Steve, Hanne and Tom,

    I would like to just say an enormous thank you for organising such a very successful weekend. I am delighted to have had the opportunity to be part of so much cross-pollination of ideas and to meet so many exciting new people.

    With very best wishes,
    Susan


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