My name is Jelle Bruineberg, PhD candidate and lecturer in theoretical philosophy at the Philosophy Department of the University of Amsterdam. Besides this I am associate of the UvA's newly founded Institute for Advanced Studies.
From 2014 I have been writing my dissertation, titled: "Anticipating Affordances: intentionality in self-organizing brain-body-environment systems", under the supervision of dr. Erik Rietveld, dr. Leendert van Maanen and prof. dr. Martin Stokhof as a part of Rietveld's VIDI-project ‘Landscape of Affordances: Situating the Embodied Mind’.
I am defending my dissertation, titled on March 7th at 11:00 in the Aula of the University of Amsterdam.
My current research interests lie on the intersection between theoretical neuroscience, embodied cognitive science, complex systems and phenomenology.