I am an assistant professor at NCCU Department of Philosophy and the director of NCCU Center for Phenomenology, Taiwan. I am also affiliated with Research Center of Mind, Brain, and Learning, at the same school. I am pursuing a MSc degree of Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health from Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience at King's College London. I primarily work on the subjective, the objective, and the relation between them. My entry points are the senses and consciousness, as they mediate varieties of minds and the world. The general framework is Oxford Kantianism, initiated by P. F. Strawson and Gareth Evans, and wa…

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