Explorations from the perspective of philosophy, psychology and neuroscience into the nature of the multisensory mechanisms behind flavour perception.

Speakers:

  • Prof Charles Spence, Professor of Experimental Psychology, Crossmodal Research Lab, Oxford University
  • Dr Ophelia Deroy, Marie Curie Fellow, Institute of Philosophy, University of London
  • Prof Barry C Smith, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute of Philosophy, University of London

November 25, 2-5.30 pm, CIN Seminar Room, TTR Building, Paul Ehrlich Str 17

More information can be found on Hong Yu Wong’s homepage:

Tutored tasting of top German wines

The tasting is led by Prof Smith, Dr Deroy, and Dr Wong, 5.30-7.00 – Theme: Is Learning about Wine just Learning about You? Registration is REQUIRED: To register please email Gregor Hochstetter at gregor-hochstetter@gmx.net with the subject title “WINE TASTING REGISTRATION”.

The workshop is part of our seminar series on Philosophy and Neuroscience at the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience, Tübingen. The seminar series is titled The Games of the Brain: Adventures in Philosophy and Neuroscience and is run by Kirsten Volz, Group Leader in the Neural Basis of Intuition at the CIN, Hong Yu Wong, Group Leader in the Philosophy of Neuroscience at the CIN, Sabine Döring, Professor of Practical Philosophy at Universität Tübingen, and Axel Lindner, Group Leader of the Neurobiology of Decision Lab, Hertie Institute.


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