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    Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift 55 (4): 253-268. 2020.
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    Cognitive Phenomenology
    Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2019.
    Cognitive Phenomenology Phenomenal states are mental states in which there is something that it is like for their subjects to be in; they are states with a phenomenology. What it is like to be in a mental state is that state´s phenomenal character. There is general agreement among philosophers of mind that the category of mental states includes at least some sensory states. For example, there is something that it is like to taste chocolate, to smell coffee, to feel the wind in one´s hair, to see…Read more
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    Sebastian Watzl: Structuring Mind
    Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift 53 (1): 40-43. 2018.
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    Aesthetics as Philosophy of Perception
    Philosophical Quarterly 67 (269): 860-863. 2017.
    © The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of The Scots Philosophical Association and the University of St Andrews. All rights reserved. For permissions, please e-mail: journals.permissions@oup.com...Bence Nanay provides an original and interesting discussion of the connections between aesthetics and the philosophy of perception. According to Nanay, many topics within aesthetics are about experiences of various kinds. Aesthetics is not philosophy of perception, but there a…Read more
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    Lenestolsfilososfi og fenomenalbevissthetens rolle I naturen
    Norsk Filosofisk Tidsskrift 46 (3): 212-222. 2011.
    This paper concerns one of the central problems of modern philosophy, namely the problem of giving a naturalistic explanation of phenomenal consciousness. In the first part of the paper I argue that traditional physicalist theories have problems dealing with anti-physicalist arguments deducible from the armchair. Hench, such theories are unable to give a proper explanation of phenomenal consciousness as a natural phenomenon. In the second part of the paper I present an alternative view – Type-F …Read more
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    Emotion and Value
    Philosophical Quarterly 66 (264): 641-643. 2016.
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    Perception of High-Level Content and the Argument from Associative Agnosia
    Review of Philosophy and Psychology 9 (2): 301-312. 2018.
    Visual Associative agnosia is a rare perceptual impairment generally resulting from lesions in the infero temporal cortex. Patients suffering from associative agnosia are able to make accurate copies of line drawings, but they are unable to visually recognize objects - including those represented in line drawings - as belonging to familiar high-level kinds. The Rich Content View claims that visual experience can represent high-level kind properties. The phenomenon of associative agnosia appears …Read more