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Erlend Owesen

PhD student


- "Does the Brain Think?" offers a novel view on how to understand cognitive scientists' ascription of psychological predicates to the brain.

- "The Bodily Theory of Pain" argues that the dominant experiential theory of pain is implausible and develops and defends the bodily theory

- "Where Pains Are" is about what a defender of the bodily view of pain should say about the pain-in-mouth argument

- "Pain Empathy" explores the consequences of the bodily theory of pain for the phenomenon of pain empathy

- "Illusionism" argues that illusionism about phenomenal consciousness is either not eliminativist or not radical, contrary to what its defenders claim

- "Eliminativism about Consciousness" explores and defends eliminativism about phenomenal consciousness





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