Philosophy of mind, metaphysics.
More specifically: phenomenology, the matter-consciousness relationship, space and time, the self and personal identity
I am writing a book on space and time.
Stream of Consciousness: Unity and Continuity in Conscious Experience, Routledge (International Library of Philosophy), 254pp (contents)
"Time and Division", Ratio NS 5, No.2 1992, pp.102-128.
"Survival and Experience", Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 1995-6, pp.17-36.
"Philosophy", a chapter on the use of computers in philosophy co-authored with Stephen Clark in New Technologies for the Humanities, Bowker Saur, ed. Mullins, Deegan, Ross & Kenna, 1996, pp.319-337
Gregory McCulloch, The Mind and its World, in Canadian Philosophical Review, Dec. 1995, pp.415-417
Peter Carruthers, Language, Thought and Consciousness, in Philosophical Books, Oct. 1997, pp.363-365
Eric Olson, The Human Animal, in Mind, 107, July 1998, pp.679-682
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