'Embodiment, Technology and the Senses' with Professor Don Ihde
Don Ihde is an emeritus professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook (SUNY), and Director of the SUNY Technoscience Research Group and Research Seminar. In 2013, he was the recipient of The Golden Eurydice Award, an award presented to individuals for outstanding contribution/s in the field of biophilosophy. His classic publication Listening and Voice: A phenomenology of Sound (1976) (recently revised) reflects his early interest in phenomenology. In 1979, he published Technics and Praxis, often referred to as the first North American work on the philosophy of science and technology. As author of 22 original books, with recent contributions including Acoustic Technics (2015) and Husserl's Missing Technologies (2016), and editor of many more, Ihde is in great demand internationally as a speaker and leader of doctoral seminars.
Drinks reception from 5pm, lecture from 6pm with introduction by Professor Tim Ingold, University of Aberdeen.