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A05: Presuppositions of frame theory in the history of philosophy

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Funding period 1: 01.07.2011 – 30.06.2015

Funding period 2: 01.07.2015 – 30.06.2019

Project A05 reflects and contextualizes the notion of frames by historical reconstruction and systematic comparison to important predecessors and related notions in philosophy or adjunct disciplines. After having investigated the works of main representatives of frame theory, the project will now focus on its representational and closely related ontological assumptions. Frame theory will be linked to the ontological tradition of the Aristotelian categorial scheme and to alternative ontologies such as bundle ontology (Hume), process ontology (Whitehead), functions/relations ontology (Cassirer), and trope ontology (Husserl, Williams).

Head of the project

Prof. Christoph Kann
Universitätsstr. 1
40225 Düsseldorf
Phone: +49 211 81-129 22
Email: kann@phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de

Staff

Dr. David Hommen
Phone: +49(0)211 81-15265
Email: hommen@phil.hhu.de

Frauke Albersmeier
Phone: +49(0)211 81-11804
Email: frauke.albersmeier@hhu.de

Former staff

Lars Inderelst
Email: lars.inderelst@hhu.de

2019

Hommen, D. 2019. Kinds as Universals: A Neo-Aristotelian Approach. Erkenntnis (Online First). DOI: 10.1007/s10670-019-00105-6

2018

Hommen, D. 2018. Frames and the Ontology of Particular Objects. Dialectica 72(3), 385–409. DOI: 10.1111/1746-8361.12236

Hommen, D. 2018. Begriffe und Eigenschaften – Versuche eines Pragmatisten. In D. Sölch & D. Hommen (eds.), Philosophische Sprache zwischen Tradition und Innovation, 291–320. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang

Hommen, D. 2018. Negative Properties – Negative Objects? Acta Analytica 33(4), 395–412. DOI: 10.1007/s12136-018-0341-z

Hommen, D. 2018. Epiphenomenalism and Agency. Mind and Matter 16(1), 17–41.

Hommen, D. 2018. Making Sense of Negative Properties. Axiomathes 28(1), 81–106. DOI: 10.1007/s10516-017-9337-3

Kann, C. & L. Inderelst. 2018. Gibt es eine einheitliche Frame-Konzeption? Historisch-systematische Perspektiven. In A. Ziem, L. Inderelst & D. Wulf (eds.), Frames Interdisziplinär. Modelle, Anwendungsfelder, Methoden, 25–67. Düsseldorf: dup

2017

Kann, Christoph (2017). Erkenntnis und Struktur. Zum Schemabegriff bei Kant, Bartlett und Whitehead. In: Gasperoni, L. (Hg.), Schema – Zeichen – Wissen. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

Albersmeier, Frauke (2017). Von Modellen und Materialien: Tiere in der Sprache der humanmedizinischen Forschung. In: S. Bechmann (Hg.), Sprache und Medizin. Interdisziplinäre Beiträge zur medizinischen Sprache und Kommunikation, S. 295-320. Stuttgart: Frank & Timme.

Hommen, David (2017). Den Geist zur Sprache bringen: Erkenntnistheoretische, anthropologische und ethische Aspekte des psychotherapeutischen Gesprächs. In: S. Bechmann (Hg.), Sprache und Medizin. Interdisziplinäre Beiträge zur medizinischen Sprache und Kommunikation, S. 321-348. Stuttgart: Frank & Timme.

Hommen, David (2017). Handlungen. In: Schrenk, M. (Hg.), Handbuch Metaphysik, S. 164-169. Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler.

Inderelst, Lars (2017). Logoi and Pathêmata: Aristotle and the Modal/amodal Distinction in Modern Theories of Concepts (Band 29 von Studia philosophica et historica). Bern: Peter Lang.

Scaglia, L. 2017. Realism Corrected Through Relativism. Piaget’s Interpretation of the Kantian Notion of Schema. In C. Asmuth & L. Gasperoni (eds.), Schemata, 191–203. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann

2016

Hommen, David (2016). G.E.M. Anscombe – „Intention“. In: H.L. Arnold (Hg.), Kindlers Literatur Lexikon (KLL-Online). Stuttgart/Weimar: Metzler.

Hommen, David (2016). Wittgensteinian Pragmatism in Humean Concepts. In: Philosophia 44(1), 117-135. DOI 10.1007/s11406-015-9681-8

Hommen, David/Osswald, Tanja (2016). Knowledge Structures and the Nature of Concepts. In: D. Hommen/C. Kann/T. Osswald (Hg.), Concepts and Categorization. Systematic and Historical Perspectives. Münster: mentis.

Hommen, David/Kann, Christoph/Osswald, Tanja (Hg.) (2016). Concepts and Categorization. Systematic and Historical Perspectives. Münster: mentis.

Kann, Christoph (2016). Supposition and properties of terms. In: Dutilh Novaes, C./Read, S. (Hg.), Cambridge Companion on Medieval Logic. S. 220-244. Cambridge: University Press.

Kann, Christoph (2016). Begriff und Kategorie – historisch-terminologische Prämissen. In: D. Hommen, C. Kann, T. Osswald (Hg.), Concepts and Categorization. Systematic and Historical Perspectives. Münster: mentis.

Scaglia, Lara (2016). The Role of Categories in the Kantian Transcendental Perspective. In: D. Hommen/C. Kann/T. Osswald (Hg.), Concepts and Categorization. Systematic and Historical Perspectives. Münster: mentis.

2015

Hommen, David (2015). Negative Properties, Real and Irreducible. Philosophia Naturalis 50(2), 383-406.

Christoph Kann (2015). Supposition and Properties of Terms. In: C. Dutilh Novaes & S. Read (eds.), Cambridge Companion on Medieval Logic. Cambridge: University Press.

Mingarelli, Eleonora (2015). A pragmatic interpretation of Whitehead’s analysis of religious experience. In: Myers, B./Joseph, J. (Hg.), Thinking with Whitehead and the American Pragmatists: Experience and Reality. S. 195-208. Lexington Books.

2014

Christoph Kann. Schemes of Thought in the Making. Epistemic Continuity between Religion, Metaphysics and Science, in: D. Sölch (ed.), Erziehung, Politik und Religion – Beiträge zu A.N. Whiteheads Kulturphilosophie (Whitehead Studien Bd. 1). Freiburg/München: Alber.

Eleonora Mingarelli. A Pragmatic Interpretation of Whitehead’s Analysis of Religious Experience. In: Myers, B. & Jones, J. (eds.), Experience and reality: Thinking with Whitehead and American Pragmatism. Lexington Books.

2013

David Hommen. Mentale Verursachung, innere Erfahrung und handelnde Personen. Eine Verteidigung des Epiphänomenalismus. Münster: mentis.

Eleonora Mingarelli. Is personal identity something that does not matter? An inquiry into Derek Parfit and Alfred N. Whitehead, in: Process Studies 42,1, pp. 87-109.

Lara Scaglia. Conoscenza ed esperienza. Per una lettura “relazionalista” dello spirito della filosofia kantiana alla luce dello schematismo trascendentale. In: ACME-Annali della Facolta di Studi Umanistici dell’Universita degli Studi di Milano 66, 79-114.

2011

Christoph Kann. Begriff II., historisch-systematisch. In: P. Kolmer & A.G. Wildfeuer (eds.), Neues Handbuch philosophischer Grundbegriffe (Bd.1, pp. 326-348). Freiburg/München.

2019

Hommen, D. Family Resemblances and Essentialism. Talk held at the Third International Conference of the German Society for Philosophy of Science (GWP.2019), Cologne, 2/25/2019.

Hommen, D. Wittgensteins aristotelische Theorie der Universalien. Talk held at the workshop “Wittgenstein und die Philosophiegeschichte”, Düsseldorf, 2/15/2019.

Hommen, D. & F. Albersmeier. Intuitions and Conceptual Analysis in Pragmatism. Talk held at the conference “Concepts and Explanation”, Düsseldorf, 2/7/2019.

2018

Albersmeier, F. Analyzing ways of thinking: the ontology of concepts and philosophical methods. Talk held at the Salzburgiense Concilium Omnibus Philosophis Analyticis (SOPhiA), Salzburg, 9/14/2018.

2017

Albersmeier, F. Revisionary Clarification: From Analysis to Explication. Talk held at the European Congress of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP9), München, 8/24/2017.

Albersmeier, F. Analysis, explication, and the nature of concepts. Talk held at the workshop “Analysis and explication – traditional and contemporary approaches”, Düsseldorf, 10/20/2017.

Albersmeier, F. Analysis, Explication, and the Nature of Concepts. Talk held at the XXIV. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Philosophie, Berlin, 9/26/2017.

Albersmeier, F. & D. Hommen. Concepts as frames: analytical and ontological issues. Talk held at the CRC Colloquium, Düsseldorf, 1/26/2017.

Hommen, D. Arten als Universalien: Eine neoaristotelische Theorie. Talk held at the Philosophisches Kolloquium des Instituts für Philosophie der HHU, Düsseldorf, 10/18/2017.

Hommen, D. Was Hume a Subjectivist About Concepts? Talk held at the XXIV. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Philosophie, Berlin, 9/25/2017.

Hommen, D. Was Hume a Subjectivist About Concepts? Talk held at the European Congress of Analytic Philosophy (ECAP9), München, 8/25/2017.

2014

David Hommen. Frames and the Nature of Concepts. Talk given at CTF 2014. HHU Düsseldorf, 25-27 August 2014.

Lars Inderelst. Levels of Describing Frames – a Systematic and Historical Account of What Frames Are. Talk given at CTF 2014. HHU Düsseldorf, 25-27 August 2014.

Lars Inderelst & David Hommen. Framing Categories – Aristotle’s Substance Ontology as a Conceptual Scheme. Talk given at CTF 2014. HHU Düsseldorf, 25-27 August 2014.

Christoph Kann. Zum Schemabegriff bei Kant, Bartlett und Whitehead. Opening lecture at XII Arbeitstagung des Forschungsnetwerkes “Transzendentalpilosophie\Deutscher Idealismus”. SCHEMA-ZEICHEN-WISSEN. Technische Universität Berlin, 19-21 February 2014

Lara Scaglia. Piaget’s Reception of Kant’s Doctrine of Schematism. Transcendental Philosophy and Sagesse. Talk given at XII Arbeitstagung des Forschungsnetwerkes “Transzendentalpilosophie\Deutscher Idealismus”. SCHEMA-ZEICHEN-WISSEN. Technische Universität Berlin, 19-21 February 2014

2013

David Hommen. Empirical and Philosophical Issues about Concepts. Poster presented at the conference “Investigating semantics: Empirical and philosophical approaches”, Bochum, October 10-12, 2013

Lars Inderelst. The Aristotelian Argument of Discontinuity. Talk given at the Soul Conference. St. Anne’s College (Oxford, UK), 28 June-1 July.

Lars Inderelst. The Modal/Amodal Distinction. Talk given at the Swedish Congress of Philosophy 2013. Stockholm, 14-16 June 2013.

Christoph Kann. Categorization and Pre-categorization. Talk given at Concepts and categorization in linguistics, cognitive science and philosophy, HHU Düsseldorf, 15 – 16 May 2013.

Christoph Kann & Lars Inderelst. Gibt es eine einheitliche Frame-Theorie? Historische Perspektiven. Talk given at the workshop Frame-Theorien im Vergleich. Düsseldorf, 27/28 February 2013.

Eleonora Mingarelli. Personal Identity in Question. Talk given at the 9th International Whitehead Conference: Process and Society – from Theory to Practice. Pontifical University John Paul II (Krakow, Poland), 9-12 September.

Eleonora Mingarelli. William James and the immortality of the soul. Talk given at the Soul Conference. St. Anne’s College (Oxford, UK), 28 June-1 July.

Eleonora Mingarelli. Re-thinking the Self: Process Philosophy in Murray and Morgan’s Personology. Talk given at the Whitehead Psychology Nexus Workshop (Fontareches, France), 3-5 April.

2012

Christof Kann. Categorization and Pre-categorization in Perceptual Experience. Talk given at the 4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 10-12 July 2012

Eleonora Mingarelli. A Pragmatic Interpretation of Whitehead’s Analysis of Religious Experience. Talk given at Experience and Reality: Thinking with Whitehead and American Pragmatism. Claremont Graduate University (California, US), 29 November- 1 December.