I am professor of contemporary philosophy at the University of Liège. My main area of interest is the intersection between phenomenology and philosophy of mind. I'm more particularly interested in what Brentano and the Brentanians called the analytic or ‘microscopic’ description of mental phenomena. If you like quotes, here are a couple of my favorite ones:

Can the human soul be glimpsed through a microscope? Maybe—but you'd definitely need one of those very good ones with two eyepieces. (Woody Allen, “My Speech to the Graduates”, in The Complete Prose of Woody Allen, New York, Wings Books, 1991, p. 364).

To speak metaphorically, our cognit…

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