The Bodily Continuity of the Self, Body Memory and Self-Care in Dementia

Thomas Fuchs (Heidelberg) talk on: “The Bodily Continuity of the Self. Body Memory and Self-Care in Dementia” 2-3 CET time

Thomas Fuchs is Karl Jaspers Professor of Philosophy and Psychiatry at Heidelberg University, and the Head of the section Phenomenological Psychopathology and Psychotherapy. He is one of the world’s most important representatives of a phenomenologically and anthropologically based psychopathology. In particular, Prof. Fuchs has elaborated the fundamental importance of corporeality for personal identity in dementia, defending the human being as a whole.

The talk is part of the “Transdisciplinary Approaches to Dementia and Aging – The Lecture Series of the Phenomenology of Dementia and Aging Network,“ and will be held on the 11.07.2022, 14.00-15 CET. Series organized by Erik Norman Dzwiza-Ohlsen, Ragna Winniewski, & Christine Keller (a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School for the Humanities Cologne/Husserl Archives Cologne/NAR).

Everyone is welcome, sharing is appreciated. If you like to join the Reading Group afterwards, please send an e-mail to [email protected]e/[email protected] to receive the paper.

Zoom-link: https://uni-koeln.zoom.us/j/91365214213?pwd=cWFRQnZKcjlMY3RzNEdISHMzU09GUT09
Meeting-ID: 913 6521 4213
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