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Cadell Last Presentation - Shared screen with speaker view
Kakha Amashukeli
10:39
Greetings from Georgia
HUAWEI Y7 2019
10:52
Hi from Athens NeuroTraining Center
Charles Imbimbo
10:53
Hello from NJ, USA!
Triin
10:57
Hello from Estonia! I study psychology at the uni of Tartu :)
Radoslav
11:05
Greetings from Slovakia
Panagiotis Plagos
11:06
Hello from Greece!
Patricia Karlsson
11:08
Hi! From Sweden but currently in Italy: University of Milan-Bicocca, studying postgraduate psychology. Did my undergraduate at University of Essex
JunkováMagdalena
11:43
Hello from Czech Republic 💕
Krisztina Piross
12:29
Hello from Hungary
Greta Kaluzeviciute
14:39
For those interest in Cadell's work: https://cadelllast.com/
Səyyarə
15:21
Sayyara from Baku
Greta Kaluzeviciute
16:38
Cadell's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheAdvancedApes
Eugenia Peralta
17:41
Thanks!
AlexanderBard
20:05
Those of you guys who like to engage in a continuous flat network discussion on these and related matters are most welcome to join the Intellectual Deep Web mailing list. If you have the exquisite taste to enjoy Cadell's lectures, you're guaranteed to be a most welcome new member. Cheers! https://groups.google.com/g/intellectual-deep-web
Greta Kaluzeviciute
20:32
Thanks Alex
Greta Kaluzeviciute
20:55
Please also be aware we will have a Q&A after Cadell's presentation so please prepare some questions :)
AlexanderBard
21:23
La Greta, you rock big time!
Greta Kaluzeviciute
21:39
:)
Martin Mijovski
21:52
Thanks 🙂
Martin Mijovski
22:47
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Mirela Juretić-Pešćica
24:23
Hello from Croatia🤗
Greta Kaluzeviciute
24:43
Hi! :)
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25:38
Hello from Brazil!
AlexanderBard
31:49
If you haven't registered a Google Groups account to access the Intellectual Deep Web link, just email me in private to bardissimo@gmail.com and I'll add you. While also have you in my address book, yippie!
MikaLeNoone
32:20
Radical!
Martin Mijovski
32:56
great, thanks Alex
AlexanderBard
34:40
This is sooo wonderfully Hegelian.
Payel Ray
39:04
can we have the ppt in pdf form?or any handout?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
39:43
Yes, we'll share the slides on our Facebook page after the event
Greta Kaluzeviciute
39:56
Here's the link to our Society Page: https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticSociety
Eva Stefanakou
40:03
that is great! thank you!
Marlene Filla
40:21
Subjectivity cannot be mapped, so true!
Mehaq Mehta
41:07
Hey Greta! Will the recording also be shared?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
41:16
Yes indeed, Mehaq :)
Payel Ray
41:32
and the recording too,Greta? I was 15minutes late...
Greta Kaluzeviciute
41:44
Yes, Payel!
Mehaq Mehta
41:54
Okay. Thank you! :)
Payel Ray
42:05
ok,thank you Greta....
Denise
42:31
Please remember to provide that link again at the end
Owen
43:01
Immanent disasters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=630qu6u7JN4&
MikaLeNoone
45:07
I also think it is phallic all the way
Μαρία Γερογιάννη
49:36
Hello from Greece! Can we have the script of the presentation via mail? (Congrats!!!)
Greta Kaluzeviciute
50:19
We will circulate slides + recording via our FB and social media channels, Maria
Μαρία Γερογιάννη
50:38
Thanks!!
Triin
59:42
if AI takes over, unconciousness will disappear
Audrey Martin
01:01:01
Thanks a lot Cadell for the presentation !
Hamid Moghaddam
01:01:02
Awesome presentation Cadell!
Laura Wyatt - Yoga & Meditation Society
01:01:04
Thank you
Daniel L. Garner
01:01:08
Truly outstanding
Charles Imbimbo
01:01:12
Excellent! Thanks!
Patricia Karlsson
01:01:15
Thank you very much.
Henrik Klasson
01:01:16
Aplausi
Iuliana Gheorghe
01:01:18
Amazing presentation!!
iPhone
01:01:19
thankuu
Borut Pust
01:01:21
Thanks!
Ioanna Ferati
01:01:22
thank you! great presentation!
Emilia Salvanou
01:01:25
Congrats! Amazing!
Eugenia Peralta
01:01:29
Thank you so much!
Eva Stefanakou
01:01:30
Thank you from the inspiring presentation Cadell!
Elizabeth Kotsanou
01:01:31
Thanks!!!
Μαρία Γερογιάννη
01:01:33
Thank you very much!
Jana
01:01:47
Is there a recording available somewhere?
Martin Mijovski
01:01:54
very amusing!
Vasiliki Koukouliatra
01:01:58
Thank you so much for this journey through your presentation!
Zach Anderson
01:02:06
Arrived late. will the full recording be available at a later date?
Carl Lejon
01:02:21
Thank you! All hail Hegel!
ΕΛΕΝΑ
01:02:24
thank you ,very inspiring presentation
Pedro Saraiva
01:03:04
Thank you. ()
Edwin Bywater
01:03:39
Thank you! I like the "22nd century: ???"-thing. What do you think about the interrelationship between your cross-discplinary field and entropy/metabolism/biodiversity/consumption of upcoming human patterns of cogniton? Is the future all-too-human or less Anthopocen(e)tric?
AlexanderBard
01:04:00
If psychoanalysis is an art form, and neurology is a science. Is neuropsychoanalysis then an art form or a science?
davidepasti
01:04:12
Can I make a live question?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:04:22
Yes, Davide - you are second in the line
Eleni
01:05:44
Is there a recording available somewhere?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:06:00
There will be a recording after the event, we will post this on our FB page
Deepa
01:06:30
sure thanks!
hessel boerboom NL
01:07:31
the neuropsychanalytic view on the "hard" problem is best formulated in "The Hidden Spring" by mark solms. Just out!
Owen
01:08:19
Since neuroscience tech moves from simply "studying" the brain and subjectivity into "shaping" the brain and subjectivity in new tech-hybrid ways, then neuroscience tech itself moves more into the field of art.
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:08:21
After Davide, we will have questions from the chat + live questions from Mika and Alexandra
Daniel L. Garner
01:08:55
Interesting, so the fact Big Tech can “grasp” the brain via data, etc. makes them “want” to believe subjectivity can be reduced to the brain, for then we are mor controllable, easier to determine what we want as consumers, etc. This would be evidence of Cadell’s point that “desire” plays a role in science, tech, etc.
Triin
01:09:13
may I also ask live?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:09:25
Yes Triin; you are currently fourth in line
Triin
01:09:38
thanks
Martin Mijovski
01:09:59
Cadell, you mentioned you thoughts about Freud's views on neuroscience. What do you think Lacan's views would be on neuroscience?
Mona :>
01:10:27
You could scan a patient brain before starting the psychoanalysis and observe over the time which part of brain has been stimulated by undergoing on psychoanalysis? The patient will be the bridge between art of talking “psychoanalysis” and neuroscience as a scientific side.
Koen
01:10:38
Question (chat): There are many 'Freuds'. You distinguish neuroscience and psychoanalysis, but how about the 'Entwürf', where Freud prematurely (?) attempted to create a neurological account of the psychic apparatus. And by times, he anticipitad the time where this would actually be possible.
hessel boerboom NL
01:12:35
And also relevant: "Simulating the mind, a technical neuropsycvhoanalytical approach" edit by Dietrich, Fodor Zuckner Bruckner Wien 2009
hessel boerboom NL
01:14:13
Indeed Koen, see the "rewrite"of the project by Mark Solms in the latest issue of Neuropsychoanalysis (in print)
Daniel L. Garner
01:16:54
I'd love to ask a question.
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:17:24
Thanks Daniel, you can go after Triin if we have enough time (fingers crossed!)
AlexanderBard
01:17:46
Mika LeNoone is a Hegelian savant, beautiful!
ΕΛΕΝΑ
01:18:04
Could I ask please ?Do you think that experiential exercises, for example, the technique of theatrical therapy could bring the person closer to his unconscious thoughts and could be a study to measure potentially to the unconscious?Sorry, if my questions are limited knowledge but I am in my first year of psychology and trying to understand some concepts. Thank you very much. Elena
Daniel L. Garner
01:18:21
Thank you Greta, and if not, I completely understand.
Claire Gillen
01:18:46
Question: What are your thoughts on the drive to create under the umbrella of both psychoanalysis and neuroscience? Will future technology influence our ways of making art? I am speaking as an art psychotherapist, and the potential of influencing innate art making.
Daniel L. Garner
01:18:50
Black Mirror, White Christmas - awesome allusion
Daniel L. Garner
01:19:23
Freud also loved Dostoevsky, so that was a good allusion too.
clinton
01:20:31
the model of communication cadell is describing is called "the conduit metaphor" in linguistics, but was first refuted more accurately as the "shannon/weaver model of communication" by McLuhan and Nevitt
Benjamin Schuppert
01:23:11
You mentioned Heidegger as an example of a thinker of absence. My question would be, how do you deal with Heidegger's (and in his wake Jacques Derrida's) intention of a deconstruction of the metaphysics of presence? In the eyes of these thinkers, the scientificity of science itself (i.e. essentially the aspiration to deliver universal valid results) is necessarily connected with the interpretation of the meaning of being as presence. In the eyes of these thinkers, this radically limits the possibilities of genuinely philosophical way of expression and leads to a thinking (and speaking or writing) that must be performative and self-reflexive.
laure deselys
01:24:08
“amongst others” : parmis les autres
hessel boerboom NL
01:25:04
Fiannly: two articvles by Karl Friston on biological subjectivity:
James Alan Anslow
01:25:42
QUESTION: Cadell speaks of ‘disengaging’ from algorithms. Does he think he can ‘disengage’ from ‘Darwinian algorithms’ of a plural mind theorised as computational modules by evolutionary psychologists? Does he have thoughts about how those modules might be compared to psychoanalytic complexes, and/or Jung’s archetypal hypothesis? (Psychiatric scholar McGilchrist cites Jung several times in The Master and his Emissary investigating the bihemispheric brain.)
Ellen Sideris
01:25:48
how can students in the psychology field intertwine both neuroscience and psychoanalysis in their future career?
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:26:39
Ellen: this might be of interest, https://npsa-association.org/education-training/
hessel boerboom NL
01:27:57
Life as we know it Karl friston in J.R.Soc Interface 10:2013.047 and The deafult-mode-, ego-function and free energy: a neurobiological of Freudina theories Carhart-Harris and Fritson in Brain 2010: 133
ΕΛΕΝΑ
01:32:10
Thank you Cadell
clinton
01:32:42
Cadell: can not each individual's particular grasp of the plenitude of objective particulars (to the exclusion of the rest) comprising the total sum historical/technical/social/proximal contingencies which create our shared world account for the negative definition of being? i.e. we're defined by our ignorance?
Erik
01:33:39
I have a question I'd want to do live about the hiearchy of the evidence based "pyramid"
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:34:45
Thanks Erik, if we have time - next up is Daniel
Erik
01:35:13
Okay =)
gabriela ludovice
01:36:47
thanks ,, so much interesting
Coach Eman Mostafa
01:37:28
thanks a lot Cadell it was useful
ΕΛΕΝΑ
01:38:13
hahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
ΕΛΕΝΑ
01:38:18
so good example
Alican Berkman
01:39:18
Nothing exists outside the text.
clinton
01:39:41
nothing in the text exists in the embodied present moment!
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:39:54
Thank you all for your participation! Really appreciate the attendance. Please do visit and give our page a follow, we've got more events lined up, including a psychotherapy workshop on March 10th: https://www.facebook.com/UoEPsychoanalyticSociety
Edwin Bywater
01:40:02
team clinton!
Greta Kaluzeviciute
01:40:15
Our events are completely free and run purely by caffeine and enthusiasm : )
Laura Wyatt - Yoga & Meditation Society
01:40:46
So…make something less complete in order to make it more complete…
Triin
01:41:00
AI is scarily limiting
Triin
01:41:30
artificial inteligence
clinton
01:42:48
Before A.I. polling and audiance testing which lead to making movies based on "The best parts" was optimization of the individual toward the same mean line of the average. it's the same limit
Alexandra Mircov
01:42:57
Thank You
clinton
01:43:02
Thanks Cadell!!
clinton
01:43:07
And Essex U!
Mariah Tuzar
01:43:13
Thank you!
Daniel L. Garner
01:43:17
Truly magnificent, thank you!
Zach Anderson
01:43:17
Incredibly compelling. Thanks to all involved!
Kρόκου Μαρία
01:43:22
thank you!!
Triin
01:43:23
Thanks!
ΕΛΕΝΑ
01:43:24
Thank you Greta and Cadell. bye to all of you
Laura Wyatt - Yoga & Meditation Society
01:43:27
Thanks)
Külli Roosi
01:43:28
Thank you!
Eugenia Peralta
01:43:31
Thanks
Pedro Saraiva
01:43:33
thanks!
Thanaphat Sirisakan
01:43:34
Thanks
Ruta
01:43:34
Thank you. Great presentation
Юлія Мартин
01:43:35
Thanks!!!!
Iva Kavdanska
01:43:37
Thank you very much!