Philosophical Issues in Replication

Workshop – Fr. the 2nd of June 2023 – Ruhr-Universität Bochum / Veranstaltungszentrum – Saal 3Organized by: Suilin Lavelle (University of Edinburgh) & Tobias Schlicht (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)Zoom-Link: Please send an email to


Submissions are ivited from PhD students or researchers who received their PhD less than 2 years before the submission deadline. Submit your abstracts by Sat., the 15th of April to (see poster for details).

13th IGSN conference – “Characterization and Rescue of Neuronal Dysfunction”

Organized by the IGSN and the Research Department of Neuroscience. For the full program and further information visit

CFP: Workshop “Investigating consciousness in animals and artificial systems: A comparative perspective” (June 2023)

Organisers: Albert Newen & Wanja Wiese (Ruhr University Bochum) We welcome submissions for 45 minutes presentations (including 15 min for discussion). The workshop will take place on the 1st & 2nd of June 2023, at Ruhr University Bochum, Germany (GA 04/187 (Mercatorraum) or online via Zoom) Keynote speakers: Cameron Buckner (Houston) David Gamez (Middlesex University London) Eva Jablonka (Tel Aviv University) Elisabeth Hildt (Chicago) Henry Shevlin (Cambridge) Michael Tye (UT… » read more

EXTENDED DEADLINE: 05.02.2023 – Call for Applications: 12 PhD Positions in 3rd Cohort of our RTG ‘Situated Cognition’ (June 2023–May 2026)

Call for Applications The interdisciplinary Research Training Group Situated Cognition, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), invites applications for 12 Ph.D. positions (salary scale TV-L E 13, 65%) for a three-year structured PhD program. The official, legally binding calls for applications from the Ruhr-University Bochum and the Osnabrück University are linked below. The program and all positions will commence June 1st, 2023. The RTG is based at the Department of Philosophy II and the… » read more

The Rudolf-Carnap-Lectures with Kim Sterelny – 23. – 25.03.2023 – Ruhr University Bochum

From March 23.-25. 2023, the next RCL will be presented by Prof. Kim Sterelny (Sydney), as always in the context of a Graduate workshop including presentations by PhD students and postdocs (PhD completed in 2017 or later). Presentations should address topics related to the main topic of the lecture series. CALL for papers:Therefore, we invite PhD students and postdocs up to five years after PHD completion to submit abstracts (max…. » read more