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Bénédicte Veillet


Associate Professor, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Michigan-Flint

Dr. Veillet’s primary research interests are questions about phenomenal consciousness, its nature, and our ways of thinking about it. She is currently exploring the role epistemic feelings—for example feelings of surprise, of significance, of certainty, of understanding—might (surreptitiously) play in arguments about the nature of phenomenal consciousness. She has secondary interests in philosophy of mind more generally, including the nature of concepts, representationalism, and nonconceptual content.


Invité à l’IJN

Septembre 2018 - Juin 2019