Publications and Talks

ORCID

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8674-9412

Publications

https://umk.academia.edu/AnitaPacholikŻuromska

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anita_Pacholik-Zuromska

Talks

Von Computer bis Geist. Ausgewählte Probleme der Philosophie des Geistepp. (GFPS Stip-Seminar, Wilhelmsaue, 17-20. 02. 2005)

Rational Basics of Self-Knowledge (Poster), 8. Tagung der Gesellschaft für  Kognitionswissenschaft KogWis07, Saarbrücken, Niemcy, 18-21. 03. 2007.

The Problem of Intentionality in Consciousness and Attention, 9. Mind-Group Meeting,  Max Planc Institute, Frankfurt am Main, Niemcy, 31.10-02.11. 2007.

The Problem of Semantic Externalism in Reference to Self-knowledge and First-Person Authority. Zlot Filozoficzny/Philosophers’ Rally, Warszawa, 12. 05. 2007.

Die Ueberlegungen ueber Koerper und Geist auf dem Grund der Relation zwischen Wissen und Kultur, Workshop „Knowledge and Culture“ Instytut Filozofii UMK, Toruń (22.05.2008)

Enactivism and the problem of self-knowledge (Enactivism, a new paradigm?, 6-8, 10. 2008, Toruń)

Proprioception as a kind of self-consciousness, 10. Mind-Group Meeting,  Max Planck Institute, Frankfurt am Main, Niemcy, 20-22. 11. 2008

Self-knowledge and the First-Person-Authority, Dimensions of Knowledge, Rostock-Torun Workshop, 19.06.2009.

Action understanding: From persons to (mirror) neurons and back again, Mirror Neuronpp. From Actions to Empathy, 14-16. 04.2010, UMK, Toruń. (co-referat with prof. Lars Schwabe and prof. Ludger Jansen Universität Rostock)

Meditation and Cognition, international workshop Culture of Knowledge, 27-28. 05. 2010, IF UMK Toruń.

How do we know the neural correlates of conscioussness and attention? Rostock-Toruń Workshop „Health, Life, and Expertpp. Knowledge in the Life Sciences” 16-17.06 2011, Universität Rostock.

The first person authority and the determinism of the will, The Consciousness and Volition: 1st International Krakow Conference in Cognitive Science, Kraków, 27-29.09.2012.

On Confusing Propositional Attitudes, International Workshop Philosophy of Neuroscience, 25.02-1.03.2013, Universität Rostock, Germany.

The Phantom of Inner Eye, 19. Mind-Group Meeting Wandering Mind,  Beatenberg-Zurich, Swiss, 21-27.03.2013.

Chasing Self, (Co-author: Daniel Żuromski), Kazimierz Dolny, 19-23.08.2013, European Network for Social Intelligence, SINTELNET.

The epistemological aspect of self- knowledge in the light of semantic and psychological externalism, 20 Mind-Group Meeting, Moral Agency and Cognitive Science, 13-15, 03. 2014, Frankfurt am Main, Niemcy.

Shared Intentionality and Social Practices (Co-author: Daniel Żuromski) 22 Mind-Group Meeting, Inter-Acting Minds: Embodiment, Agency, and Self-Consciousness, 22-24, 04. 2015, Frankfurt am Main, Niemcy.

The role of Self-Consciousness for Self-Knowledge, Workshop: Consciousness, Self and Subjectivity, 17-18. 05. 2016, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Institute of Philosophy, Department of Cognitive Science and Epistemology.

The Problem of Self-Knowledge Built on Self-Consciousness in the Light of Externalism, Expressivism, Language, and Mind. A Workshop with Dorit Bar-On, 25. 06. 2016, Institute of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities, University of Szczecin.

Probleme mit Selbstwissen. Selbsterkenntnis im Licht des Externalismus, 2.05.2018 invited lecture as part of philosophical colloquium at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany.

False-Re-representation in the Computational Self-Knowledge, Conference: Knowledge representation in multi-agent systems, Toruń 7-8.09.2018

The transformative conception of sign. Some reflections about cognitive semiotics (with Daniel Żuromski), Conference Research and Education in Interdisciplinary Dimension. X- Anniversary of Cognitive Science Studies in Toruń, 29-31. 05. 2019, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland.

Self-knowledge as a result of the embodied and social cognition, (poster) The European

Conference for Cognitive Science 2019, 02.09.19 – 04.09.19, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.

Wie kann die Philosophie von Roman Ingarden die gegenwärtige Philosophie des Geistes beeinflussen? Der Streit um die Existenz der Welt – 2020 – Roman Ingarden – Jahr, 26. 10. 2020, Polnisches Institute in Düsseldorf, Haus der Universität.

The evolution of the mind’s eye. From the first-person to third-person authority?, Accessing Mental States: The Mind from Different Perspectives Interdisciplinary Virtual Workshop, Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt Universität, 10-12. 11. 2021

Invited talk: Extended models of self-knowledge, The W. Bednarowski Trust, University of Aberdeen, Scotland 2.06.2022

Coorganiser

13th Congress of the Polish Society of Cognitive Science, Cognitive Science: From Foundations into the Future, September 23-25/2021 – online

Conference Research and Education in Interdisciplinary Dimension. X- Anniversary of Cognitive Science Studies in Toruń, 29-31. 05. 2019, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland.

Conference: Knowledge representation in multi-agent systems, Toruń 7-8.09.2018

International Workshop: Consciousness, Self and Subjectivity, 17-18. 05. 2016, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Institute of Philosophy, Department of Cognitive Science and Epistemology with the cooperation with Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main

Coorganizer 15-19. 09.2015 the Tenth Polish Philosophical Congress, Poznań – secretary in the Section of Philosophy of Language (Chair: prof. dr hab. Urszula M. Żegleń)

International Workshop Self and Social Cognition, Toruń – Rostock (5-9.11.2013), Copernicus University, Toruń.

International Workshop Philosophy of Neuroscience (coorganiser with Ludger Jansen (Philosophy) and Lars Schwabe (Computer Science), 25.02-1.03.2013, Rostock University, Germany. http://www.schwabelab.org/index.php?title=Philosophy_of_Neuroscience

Coorganizer and moderator of the debate: The Universe, Mind and Intelligence without God? (10. 12. 2013). Invited Speakers: prof. Andy McIntosh (University Leeds) prof. Włodzisław Duch – (Nicolaus Copernicus University).

Coorganizer International Conference Argumentation as a Cognitive Process, Nicolas Copernicus University, Toruń, 15-17 May, 2008. (Department of Cognitive Science and Epistemology)