Q&A about minds/brains

Article in Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience on neural mechanisms of consciousness

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July 12, 2019 // Matthew Owen Recently, I published an article I authored with my good friend, Mihretu Guta, in the academic research journal Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. The article Physically Sufficient Neural Mechanisms of

‘Aristotelian Causation and Neural Correlates of Consciousness’ published in Topoi

By |Categories: Human Ontology, Neuroscience, Philosophy of Mind|

October 23, 2018 // By Matthew Owen Recently, my research article Aristotelian Causation and Neural Correlates of Consciousness was published in Topoi: An International Review of Philosophy. A pre-print draft can be freely downloaded here and

APA Pacific Meeting in Seattle: Five Places to Philosophize Outside the Conference Hotel

By |Categories: American Philosophical Association, Philosophy Conferences|

The American Philosophical Association Pacific Division meeting will be in Seattle from April 12th-17th. For those of us who love studying philosophy, it will be tempting to set off the nerd-alert by staying cooped up in a hotel conference room during one's entire trip to the Emerald City. To avoid this travel fallacy, you may want to do a little philosophizing in the following places.