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Berlin School of Mind and Brain

The Berlin School of Mind and Brain offers a two-year Master’s degree, a comprehensive three-year doctoral program and postdoctoral research and career development opportunities. Interdisciplinary education, training and research at the School takes place in English, and the focus is on the interface between the humanities and behavioral sciences with the neurosciences.

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Graduation Ceremony 2015

Celebration to mark the completion of doctorates in 2014: 29 January 2015, 18.30–22.00

“Personalentwicklung für den wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs”

Exzellenzinitiative-Fachtagung, 23. und 24. Februar 2015

Jesse Prinz next Einstein Visiting Fellow 2015-2017

Funded by Einstein Foundation Berlin


Current Issues in Philosophy: Jan Adrian Alsmith (Copenhagen)

“Imagine that is yours”

05 January 2015, 18.15 – 19.45

Current Issues in Philosophy: Sebastian Watzl (Oslo)

“Consciousness beyond appearances: attentional organization, phenomenal priming, and reflexive awareness”

12 January 2015, 18.15 – 19.45

Current Issues in Philosophy: James Ladyman (Bristol)

“Physicalism, causal exclusion and scientific realism”

19 January 2015, 18.15 – 19.45