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Research Group in Analytic Philosophy

Carlota Serrahima

LOGOS - Universitat de Barcelona

GEF - Grup d'Estudis Fenomenològics 

Carlota Serrahima

Contact

Universitat de Barcelona

Departament de Filosofia

C/ Montalegre, 6-8, 4th floor. Office 4067 

08001 - Barcelona 

cserrahimab [at] ub [dot] edu

I got my Llicenciatura (=BA) in Philosophy by the Universitat de Barcelona (2010) and did an MA in Cognitive Science and Language (CCiL) at UB and a Teacher Training MA at UNED. I am doing my PhD within the CCiL program. I am a member of the project About Ourselves and of the Grup d'Estudis Fenomenològics of the Societat Catalana de Filosofia. As a graduate student, I have been a visitor at the Center for Subjectivity Research of the University of Copenhagen (2013) and at the Institut Jean Nicod in Paris (2014; 2017). I currently teach Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Mind at the UB.

My main research topics are within Philosophy of Mind and Phenomenology. I am writing a dissertation about the sense of bodily ownership under the supervision of Francesc Perenya and Manuel García-Carpintero.

During the 2016/17 academic year, I co-convene the Logos Reading Groups on Self-Knowledge and Sense of Mineness and Metaphysics of the Self (with Daniel Morgan and Michele Palmira). I am also co-organizing the Second Barcelona Conference on the Sense of Mineness (with Daniel Morgan). 

Selection of Publications

  • Carlota Serrahima. 2016

    Mètode i cogito en Descartes i Husserl

    Domingo, A.; Macià, J.; Oms, S. (eds.). Perspectives en filosofia. Barcelona: Societat Catalana de Filosofia, Institut d'Estudis Catalans

  • Carlota Serrahima. 2015

    Percepción y conceptos: McDowell y Husserl sobre los contenidos de la experiencia

    Investigaciones Fenomenológicas: Anuario de la Sociedad Española de Fenomenología, vol. Monográfico 5, 311-329

  • Carlota Serrahima, Francesc Pereña. 2014

    Consciència (Bewusstsein) i Jo (Ich)

    Vocabulari fenomenològic; Anuari de la Societat Catalana de Filosofia, XXV, 219-253