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    Wherever You Go, There You Are: On Individuative Subjective Phenomenology
    Essays in Philosophy 15 (2): 249-265. 2014.
    That experience requires a subject is all but uncontroversial. It is surprising, then, that contemporary philosophers of mind generally focus on experiences at the expense of subjects. Herein, I argue that beyond the qualitative character of phenomenology, there is a discrete further fact—the subjective character of phenomenology—that calls out for explanation. Similar views have recently been endorsed by both Zahavi and Kriegel, but a comparison of the ways they have framed the issue suggests t…Read more
  • A Thousand Flowers: Tucson in Bloom
    Journal of Consciousness Studies 19 (7-8): 7-8. 2012.