LANCOG University of Lisbon
13 April 2018, 16:00
Faculdade de Letras de Lisboa
Sala Mattos Romão (Departamento de Filosofia)
Abstract: Interpersonal interaction is a pervasive and multifarious phenomenon. I shall delineate some features of the relations between interaction and subjectivity and by the same token argue that neither social ontology nor a philosophy of mind may neglect it, distinguishing it in particular both from groups and from a notion of intersubjectivity as the background of subjectivity.