The Philosophy Department at the University of Reading is looking to hire a 2 year postdoctoral researcher to work on a John Templeton Foundation funded project entitled “Mistakes in Living Systems:…Read More >
RCCR is delighted to announce a new 2 year project entitled: Did the defendant use a gun? The philosophical foundations and practical consequences of applying corpus analysis in legal interpretation….Read More >
Emma talks about her RCCR work on chronic pain in the first half of the interview, and her work on business ethics in the second part.
The University leadership Committee for Open Research and Research Integrity (CORRI), through its 2021-23 Open Research Action Plan (see https://tinyurl.com/uor-openresearch) is rolling out training opportunities to help you level up…Read More >
RCCR Joint Director Nathaniel Hansen and philosopher Eugen Fischer (UEA) have received a 20k euro grant from the Fritz Thyssen Stiftung to organize a conference on ordinary language philosophy in…Read More >
RCCR members may well be interested in the event below, run by CINNergies (an ECR-led interdisciplinary initiative funded by CINN): Philosophy of science: do physiology and psychology align? Friday 7th May…Read More >
RCCR members may well be interested in the talk below, hosted by the School of Psychology and Language Sciences. All welcome: Subject: External Seminar Series – Wim de Neys (CNRS,…Read More >
Final details of the RCCR Summer Seminar Series on ‘Understanding ourselves and others: reasoning and rationality’ are now available: RCCR Summer Seminars 2021_poster The poster contains a link to the…Read More >
RCCR members may be interested in this Early Career Workshop being run at UoR by CINN. The organisers write: “Please join us for our ECR-led conference on the 29th March…Read More >
We are delighted to announce that the Summer Seminar Series will run again in 2021 (its ninth consecutive year). The topic is ‘Understanding others and ourselves: reasons and rationality’ and…Read More >
CCR Director Emma Borg was recently interviewed for the Oxford University Linguistics Society, about her work in philosophy of language.
We are delighted to announce that RCCR postdoc Sarah Fisher has secured a four-year post at the University of Vienna. Sarah worked on the RCCR project ‘Understanding and improving the…Read More >
Huge congratulations to CCR Post-doc Dr. Sarah Fisher on winning the 2020 Crítica: Revista Hispanoamericana de Filosofía essay competition on empirically informed philosophy. The pre-print of Sarah’s winning entry –…Read More >
The Reading Emotions Symposium this year will run on 11-12th June as a remote event; further details here.
We are delighted to announce that, following a recent University-wide re-structuring of interdisciplinary work, RCCR has been recognised as a University ‘Interdisciplinary Research Centre’ (or IDRC), enabling us to continue…Read More >
Here is the schedule for the reading group this term, on Nick Shea’s ‘Representation in Cognitive Science’. If you’d like to come along to sessions (run on MS Teams), please…Read More >
The CCR Summer Seminar will be running again this year (its 8th consecutive year) but with a different format due to the Covid-19 outbreak. We will be hosting a virtual…Read More >
CCR members may be interested in this blog post by UoR researcher Sarah Fisher on how to understand framing effects. This is a guest post in Kevin Dorst’s ‘Stranger Apologies’…Read More >
CCR work on pain has also been picked up in today’s Independent: When it comes to pain, is it really mind over matter? Please do circulate the article far and…Read More >
Delighted by the coverage of CCR research on understanding pain and psychological treatment in today’s edition of The Conversation: Is pain in your body or mind?