Recent Talks




Causal constraints on models of consciousness, Models of Consciousness, Oxford University, September 2019.

Introspection and Superposition, The Science of Consciousness, Interlaken, Switzerland, July 2019.

Fantastic Beasts (and philosophical ways of avoiding them), Teddy Talk, London, November 2018.

Time and Experience, Conference on the Nature of Time, Stanford University, September 2018.

Introspection and Superposition, International Conference on Quanta and Mind, San Francisco State University, April 2018.

Digitalization: Conscious and Unconscious Comments on Favela, American Philosophical Association, San Diego, April 2018.

Detection, The Metaphysics of Entanglement Invited Speakers Series, Oxford University, May 2017.

Explaining Consciousness, Centre for the Creative Brain, Oxford University, May 2017.

Detection, CUNY Cognitive Science Speaker Series, CUNY, New York, April 2017.

What does Philosophy have to do with Neuroscience?, Teddy Talks, St Edmund Hall, Oxford University, February 2017.

Detection, Oriel College, Oxford University, November 2016.

Commotion on the Notion of Promotion, Information and Mind: A Conference in Honor of Fred Dretske, Stanford University, May 2015.

Dead Cat Bounce: Consciousness, Quantum Mechanics, and the Wave Function, Conscious Thought and Thought About Consciousness, University of Mississippi, April 2013.

Are You A Zombie? LASER Leonardo Talk Series, San Francisco, November 2013.

A Not Too Implausible Theory of Questions, Stanford Symposium on Questions, Stanford Humanities Center, May 12, 2012.

Naturalizing the Knowledge Argument, Philosophy Department, Seattle University, February 2009.

One Philosopher is Correct (Maybe). Mind/Aristotelian Society Joint Session, University of East Anglia, July 2009.

Is the pain in Jane felt mainly in her brain?, Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Oxford University, March 2007.

Machine belief and human belief, Philosophy Department, University of Seville, Spain, March 2007.

Thinking outside of the room, Mind, Technology, and Society Speaker Series, University of California Merced, November 2006

Is the pain in Jane felt mainly in her brain?, Philosophy Department, University of California Santa Cruz, November 2006.

Thinking outside of the room, Philosophy Department, University College, Dublin, Ireland, July 2006.

Is the pain in Jane felt mainly in her brain?, Joint Mind/Aristotelian Society Conference, Southampton, UK, July 2006.

Is the pain in Jane felt mainly in her brain?, Cognitive Science Series, Stanford University, May 2006.

Thinking outside of the room, Philosophy Department, University of Minnesota, Duluth, February 2006.

Thinking outside of the room, Symbolic Systems Forum, Stanford University, March 2005.

Looking Back on the New Paradigm of Search, IT(2) Institute, University of California San Diego, May 2004.

A Naturalistic Approach to Implicit Belief, Philosophy Department, University of California San Diego, May 2004.

Is the Mind in the Brain?, Stanford Neuroscience Conference, Hopkins Marine Station, Monterey Bay, CA, October 2004.

Is the Mind in the Brain?, BioX: Ethical Dimensions in Neuroscience, Stanford University, May 2004.

Can Neuroimaging Resolve the Knowledge Argument?, Stanford Institute of Neuroscience Conference, Asilomar, May 2004.

A Naturalistic Approach to Implicit Belief, History and Philosophy of Logic, Mathematics, and Science Colloquium, University of California Berkeley, February 2004.

National Security vs. Personal Rights, 54th Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, April 2002.

Can Biometrics Defeat Terror?, National Security Forum, Stanford University, March 2002.

Comments on A Light Theory of Color, Philosophy of Mind Colloquium, American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting, Seattle, March 2002.



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