Petr Urban: Enactivism and Care Ethics

In early January, the Institute of Cognitive Science – University of Osnabrück organised an interesting presentation by Petr Urban (Prague, Czech Academy of Sciences) on Enactivism and care ethics: Foregrounding the relational domain.

This is the video recording of the lecture:

You can have a closer look on the slides of this lecture here

See for more information about the event here and on our calendar

About the author: Petr Urban

Petr Urban

Petr Urban (1977) is a senior researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague where he leads the Department of Contemporary Continental Philosophy. He has published widely in the areas of phenomenological philosophy, care ethics and applied ethics. He is author of the books Geburt der Phänomenologie (2010), Phenomenology of the Body (2011 in Czech), The Early Husserl and the Philosophy of Language (2013 in Czech) and How do We Understand Others? (2016 in Czech). He was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the Graduate Center CUNY with Virgina Held (2013/14) and a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna (2013).

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