PROF. DR. DR. THOMAS FUCHS is the Karl Jaspers Professor of Philosophy and Psychiatry at the University of Heidelberg. He is the head of the research unit "Phenomenological Psychopathol-ogy and Psychotherapy", coordinator of the EU Marie Curie Research Training Network TESIS (Towards an Embodied Theory of Intersubjectivity) and the Volkswagen Foundation Research Project "The Brain as a Mediating Organ", as well as co-director of the Interdisciplinary Forum for Biomedicine and Cultural Studies (IFBK). His publications include: Mechanization of the Heart (Rochester University Press, 2001), The Embodied Self (Schattauer, 2010) and Ecology of the Brain (Oxford University Press, under contract).
DR. THIEMO BREYER is a postdoctoral researcher in philosophy and cognitive science at the Clinic for General Psychiatry, University of Heidelberg, lecturer at the University of Freiburg and research associate at the Husserl Archive Freiburg. He is the head of the research unit "Anthro-pology of Intersubjectivity", funded by the Baden-Wurttemberg Foundation. His publications in-clude: On the Topology of Cultural Memory (Koenigshausen & Neumann, 2007), Attentionalitat und Intentionalitat (Fink, 2011) and Synchrony and Embodied Interaction (Springer, under con-tract).
PROF. DR. EM. CHRISTOPH MUNDT is professor emeritus of psychiatry at the University of Heidel-berg, where he held a chair in psychiatry and was clinical director of the Department of General Psychiatry and the polyclinic. His publications include: Interpersonal Factors in the Origin and Course of Affective Disorders (Gaskell, 1996), Psychotherapie in der Psychiatrie (Springer, 1997) and Konzeptuelle Weiterentwicklungen im Umkreis der strukturdynamischen Psychopa-thologie (Thieme, 2004).