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Department of History and Philosophy of Science


PhD student

Supervisors: Marta Halina and Arif Ahmed




"Does the Brain Think?" offers a novel view on how to understand cognitive scientists' ascription of psychological predicates to the brain

"The Bodily Theory of Pain" argues that the dominant experiential theory of pain is implausible and develops and defends the bodily theory

"Where Pains Are" is about what a defender of the bodily view of pain should say about the pain-in-mouth argument

"Pain Empathy" explores the consequences of the bodily theory of pain for the phenomenon of pain empathy

"Illusionism" argues that illusionism about phenomenal consciousness is either not eliminativist or not radical, contrary to what its defenders claim

"Eliminativism about Consciousness" explores and defends eliminativism about phenomenal consciousness