Center for Subjectivity Research
Since 2002 the Center for Subjectivity Research (CFS) has carried out research on the self and its relations to others and the world from an interdisciplinary perspective. Its exploration of subjectivity has explicitly sought to further the integration of different philosophical traditions, in particular phenomenology and analytic philosophy of mind.
At the same time, however, much time has been invested in promoting the dialogue between philosophy and empirical science, in particular psychiatry and psychopathology, but also clinical psychology, cognitive science and developmental psychology.
In this video, the director of the Center for Subjectivity Research (CFS), Dan Zahavi, talks about the structure and focus of CFS.
|Henriksen, Mads Gram||Associate professor||+45 353-35597|
|León, Felipe||Assistant professor||+45 353-35595|
|Li, Yang||PhD student||+45 353-28018|
|Meindl, Patricia||PhD fellow||+45 353-35213|
|Overgaard, Søren||Associate professor||+45 353-28687|
|Seistrup, Mette||Centre administrator||+45 353-21321|
|Stone, Odysseus||PhD fellow||+45 353-28574|
|Szanto, Thomas||Associate professor|
|Toro, Juan||PhD student||+45 353-35364|
|Zahavi, Dan||Professor||+45 353-28690|
See full staff list at the center website.