Dr. Luca Barlassina

Von Humboldt Post-doctoral Fellow 2012-2014

Kontaktinformationen:


Contact:

Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Institut für Philosophie II; GA3/39
Universitätsstraße 150
D-44780 Bochum

Phone:

+49 - 234 - 32 - 24721

E-Mail:

luca.barlassina@gmail.com

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Areas of Specialization
Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy of Psychology
Cognitive Science
Education
PhD in Philosophy, 05/2011, University of Milan
Visiting PhD Student, 01/2010-07/2010, Institut Jean Nicod, Paris
Visiting PhD Student, 07/2008-06/2009, Center for Cognitive Science, Rutgers University
Laurea in Philosophy, 07/2007 , University of Milan
Recent Publications
  • Barlassina, L. & Newen, A. (forthcoming). The role of bodily perception in emotion: In defense of an impure somatic theory. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.
  • Barlassina, L. (forthcoming). Simulation is not enough: A hybrid model of disgust attribution on the basis of visual stimuli. Philosophical Psychology. DOI: 10.1080/09515089.2012.659167.
  • Zalla, T., Barlassina, L., Buon, M. & Leboyer, M. (2011). Moral judgment in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Cognition, 121(1): 115-126.
Recent Talks
  • The role of bodily perception in emotion: In defense of an impure somatic theory (with A. Newen). Milan-York-Nottingham Workshop on Perception, Memory and Imagination, Gargnano sul Garda, Italy, September 2012
  • I don’t see any trouble: Mental simulation as inter-personal cognitive re-mapping. European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, London, August 2012
  • Mirroring processes and intentions: Not so high, not so low (with C. Brozzo). Personal and Shared Intentions, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, May 2012
  • How not to disentangle mirroring and mental simulation. Philosophy meets Cognitive Science Colloquium, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, December 2011
  • Simulation is not enough: A hybrid model of disgust attribution on the basis of visual stimuli. ECAP: Seventh European Congress of Analytic Philosophy, Milan, September 2011
  • Two forms of naturalized sentimentalism. On Moral Sentiments, University of Turku, Finland, June 2011
  • Mindreading and moral judgment: An experimental study on adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (with T. Zalla). European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Bochum, August 2010.