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Journal Article (5)

  1. Journal Article
    Mendes, N.; Oligschläger, S.; Lauckner, M.; Golchert, J.; Huntenburg, J. M.; Falkiewicz, M.; Ellamil, M.; Krause , S.; Baczkowski, B.; Cozatl, R. et al.; Osoianu, A.; Kumral, D.; Pool, J.; Golz, L.; Paerisch, M.; Haueis, P.; Jost , R.; Kramarenko, Y.; Engen, H. G.; Ohrnberger, K.; Gorgolewski, K. J.; Farrugia, N.; Babayan, A.; Reiter, A.; Schaare, H. L.; Reinelt, J.; Röbbig, J.; Uhlig, M.; Erbey, M.; Gaebler, M.; Smallwood, J.; Villringer, A.; Margulies, D. S.: A functional connectome phenotyping dataset including cognitive state and personality measures. Scientific Data 6 (2019)
  2. Journal Article
    Haueis, P.; Slaby, J.: Connectomes as constitutively epistemic objects: Critical perspectives on modeling in current neuroanatomy. Progress in Brain Research 233, pp. 149 - 177 (2017)
  3. Journal Article
    Haueis, P.: The life of the cortical column: Opening the domain of functional architecture of the cortex (1955–1981). History and philosophy of the life sciences 38, 2 (2016)
  4. Journal Article
    Haueis, P.: Meeting the brain on its own terms. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8 (2014)
  5. Journal Article
    Haueis, P.: The fuzzy brain: Vagueness and mapping connectivity of the human cerebral cortex. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 6 (2012)

Book Chapter (1)

  1. Book Chapter
    Haueis, P.; Slaby, J.: Brain in the shell: Assessing the stakes and the transformative potential of the human brain project. In: Neuroscience and critique: Exploring the limits of the neurological turn, pp. 117 - 140 (Eds. De Vos, J.; Pluth, E.). Routledge, London, United Kingdom (2016)

Talk (19)

  1. Talk
    Haueis, P.: Organizing principles in quantitative neuroscience and connectomics: A philosophical analysis. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Geneva, Switzerland (2016)
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    Haueis, P.; Kästner, L.: Patterns, mechanisms and the ontic/epistemic distinction. 6th Meeting of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP), Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ, USA (2016)
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    Haueis, P.: Organizing principles in neuroanatomical and physiological practice. 6th Meeting of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP), Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ, USA (2016)
  4. Talk
    Haueis, P.; Slaby, J.: Connectomes as constitutively epistemic objects. Workshop "Vital brains: The making and use of brain models in neuroscience", FU Berlin, Germany (2016)
  5. Talk
    Haueis, P.: Human and animal intentionality in the anthropocene. Book symposium “Articulating the world: Intentionality – language – nature”, FU Berlin, Germany (2016)
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    Haueis, P.: What are organizing principles in contemporary brain mapping? 2nd Conference of the German Society for Philosophy of Science (GWP), University of Düsseldorf, Germany (2016)
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    Haueis, P.: What the brain does by itself: Intrinsic function and endogenous brain activity in resting state networks. Work in Progress Seminar, Department for History and Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA (2015)
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    Haueis, P.: Are mechanisms the laws of neuroscience? On the convergence of mechanistic and pragmatic-nomological accounts of explanation. 9th International Congress of the German Society for Analytic Philosophy, University of Osnabrück, Germany (2015)
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    Haueis, P.: From neurons to networks: What are the biological individuals in the contemporary neurosciences. Summer School on Superorganisms, Organisms & Suborganisms as Biological Individuals , Gut Siggen, Germany (2015)
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    Haueis, P.: Untangling neural thickets: Connectomes as constitutively epistemic objects. ÉNP Seminar Series “New Frontiers”, Institut du Cerveau et de la Moëlle Épinière, Paris (2015)
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    Haueis, P.: Laws and mechanisms: The convergence of two explanatory accounts in neuroscientific practice. 5th Biennial Conference for Philosophy of Science in Practice, University of Aarhus, Denmark (2015)
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    Haueis, P.: Embedded philosophy of neuroscience as a critical form of interdisciplinarity. Workshop: “Brains in the Making: Emerging Models, Methods, and Modes”, Durham University, United Kingdom (2015)
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    Haueis, P.: Do canonical microcircuits implement predictive coding? Joint Graduate Workshop on Predictive Coding, Berlin School of Mind and Brain and LMU Munich, Venice, Italy (2015)
  14. Talk
    Haueis, P.: Between entanglement and critique: Embedded philosophy of neuroscience. Workshop: “Towards Neuro-Social Science: The Politics and Pragmatics of Collaboration”, King's College London, United Kingdom (2014)
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