活動名稱 [2019 Seminar]12/10 Time – Temporality – Now, The three faces of our most basic and enigmatic concept  

Time – Temporality – Now, The three faces of our most basic and enigmatic concept

Speaker:
Professor Eva Ruhnau
Scientific director of the Human Science Center of the University of Munich, Germany
Time: 03:00 pm – 04:00 pm
Date: 10.December.2019
Location: Science Building #4, S4-209, NCU (中央大學科四館209室)

A seminar was held dated on 10.12.2019 at the department of Cognitive neuroscience, which was attended together by students of Cognitive Neuroscience NCU as well as students of Yang Ming University. The distinguished guest speaker of the seminar was Dr. Eva Ruhnau Scientific director of the Human Science Center of the University of Munich, Germany. She is also working as a researcher at the Department of Mathematics (University of Edmonton), Canada, the Max-Planck-Institute for Physics, Munich, the Institute of Medical Psychology (University of Munich). She welcomed the participants and presented an interesting topic “Time – Temporality – Now, The three faces of our most basic and enigmatic concept” to all.

She shared that taking after worldly ideas are common to all societies when humans are interact in social contexts: sequential structure, duration, planning, repetition, synchronization and temporal perspective. The ideas of time are used as mechanisms of power to build cultures and technologies changing the world. Time conveys a sense of concreteness and definiteness. She explained the concept of time in a threefold way “Time, Temporality and Now”. She also shared that "Time and temporality" is a formula to designate time in its circumstances, substantive and cognitive, and it may be used as a device by which to develop and examine the variety of circumstance. The concept “Time” is formulated in Physics. “Temporality” is correlated though not absolutely with the human mind. While, the “Now” is not correlated as usually with the present and the human mind. At the end of her talk she explains that; to understand the “Now”, we have to turn to philosophy. In depicting reality, we confront the issue that our language and logic is naturally dualistic. The seminar was ended with a Question and Answering session, in which the students showed interests about her talk by asking more questions. By attending the seminar, we hope together we can acquire a view and contribute more in the related field.
 
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