how emotions shape experience.
conversation with einstein visiting fellow jesse prinz.

9 Nov


Quote taken from a corporate brochure of Einstein Foundation Berlin

Meeting Einstein is an event series of Einstein Foundation Berlin that brings together scientists and the public at extraordinary locations in Berlin. At the next event, on Thursday, November 17th 2016, Jesse Prinz talks about ‚The good, the bad and the ugly: How emotions shape experience‘ in the historic premises of the Wedding Crematorium in Berlin. Jesse Prinz is a Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the City University of New York and Einstein Visiting Fellow at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain. Starting at 7 pm, he will first give a keynote and then have a conversation with me about how emotions contribute to moral judgments and how they form aesthetic perception.

Everyone is welcome to join!

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The Einstein Foundation Berlin was founded in 2009 by the State of Berlin. The Foundation aims to promote science and research of top international calibre in Berlin and to establish the city as a centre of scientific excellence. In addition to its endowment, the Foundation also receives state funding. An independent scientific commission of the highest standard selects projects for funding. Financial support and donations are welcome.