I am interested in electrophysiology, neurophenomenology, and embodied cognition. The latter two are not within the realm of conventional neuroscience. I greatly despise “pathways” in terms of macro-level structuring. Unfortunately, neuroscientists are generally pretty terrible philosophers. Neuroscience has still not embraced philosophy because of the pragmatic nature of its research, and hence a lot of […]Read more "Neuroscience, what do you think you are doing and what are you actually doing?"
Phenomenology is pre-reflective, focusing on lived experience without resorting to taxonomy, abstraction, or theory which dissociate the experiencer or observer from the phenomena directly present. To understand what it is to be a person in the present times in a particular place and situation is to understand the dynamics of the structure of the lived-world […]Read more "What Phenomenology Entails."