Prof. Dr. Thomas Metzinger

Director of Theoretical Philosophy (currently on leave)
Professor Ralf Busse is serving as acting head of the professorship.
10 x 2 Scholarships: Philosophy of Mind  & Meditation Training  →  MAP
You are looking for the Open MIND-website?    open-mind.net
Sie suchen die deutsche Webseite?   Deutsche Seite

 

Contact

E-mail:        <lastname> @ uni-mainz.de
Voicemail:  +49 (0) 6131/39-23279
Fax:            +49 (0) 6131/39-25141

Office hours:

By e-mail appointment.

Postal address:
Philosophisches Seminar | Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz | D-55099 Mainz
Philosophicum, Jakob-Welder-Weg 18, 00-515

Research focus

  • Analytical philosophy of mind
  • Philosophy of cognitive science
  • Philosophical problems of neuroscience
  • Applied ethics (especially for neurotechnology and virtual reality; plus conceptual connections between ethics, anthropology, and philosophy of mind)

Public Understanding of Science


Open Access

 

Print

  • Pliushch, I. & Metzinger T. (2015o). Self-deception and the Dolphin Model of Cognition. In Rocco J. Gennaro (Hrsg.), Disturbed Consciousness. New Essays on Psychopathology and Theories of Consciousness. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pp. 167-208.
  • Metzinger, T. (2014e). How does the brain encode epistemic reliability? Perceptual presence, phenomenal transparency, and counterfactual richness. Cognitive Neuroscience: doi: 10.1080/17588928.2014.905519 
  • Metzinger, T. (2014f). What is the specific significance of dream research for philosophy of mind? In N. Tranquillo (ed.), Dream Consciousness. Allan Hobson’s New Approach to the Brain and Its Mind. Vienna Circle Institute Library 3, (Chapter 22), 161-166. Cham: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-07296-8_22
  • Metzinger, T. (2014h). First-order embodiment, second-order embodiment, third-order embodiment: From spatiotemporal self-location to minimal phenomenal selfhood (Chapter 26). In Lawrence Shapiro (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Embodied Cognition. London: Routledge. Pp. 272-286.

News

 

 


//