Symptoms of Being Alive and Shared Life – 16th March, 2015 – Tokyo

Symptoms of Being Alive and Shared Life

16th March, 2015

Keio University, South building B4F, Distance-Learning Room

Dominique Lestel & Shigeru Watanabe

Workshop Keio


9:30 Welcome Introduction by Dominique Lestel & Shigeru Watanabe

9:45  “What is a Living Being? A Constructivist Approach”, Dominique Lestel (Department of Philosophy, ENS Paris)

10:45 Tea/Coffee Break

11:00 “Non-verbal communication in human-robot interaction: towards robots that understand body-language”, Gentiane Venture (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

12:00 “Human life and Turing machine”, Mitsuhiro Okada (Department of Philosophy, Keio University)

12:30 Lunch break

2:30 “Reading the ‘lived past’ and making its history in the present landscape – Geoarchaeology and historical anthropology of coral atolls in Oceania”, Toru Yamaguchi (Department of Ethnology and Archaeology, Keio University)

3:30 “Reflections on human-chimpanzee interaction in a cognitive sciences laboratory”, Gabriela Bezerra de Melo Daly (École Normale Supérieure, Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Sociale, Collège de France and Kyoto University.)

4:30 Tea/Coffee Break

5:00 “How do animals perceive “a live”?”, Shigeru Watanabe (Keio University)

6:00 General Roundtable: Non Biological Approaches of Life

Dinner for registered participants

Sponsored by:

Research Center for Thinking and Behavioral Judgment (Keio University)

Global Research Center for Logic and Sensibility (Keio University)

Research Center for Human Cognition (Keio University)

Pépinière interdisciplinaire CNRS-PSL “Domestication et Fabrication du Vivant”

With the support of the Office for Science and Technology of the Embassy of France


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