NDPR review of God, Mind, & Logical Space

May 1, 2014
Daniel Bonevac (University of Texas at Austin) has reviewed God, Mind, and Logical Space in the Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. Follow this link: http://ndpr.nd.edu/news/47899-god-mind-and-logical-space-a-revisionary-approach-to-divinity/
 

Books released

August 24, 2013
Both my books are now released. Check them out on my Amazon author page.






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The Peripheral Mind (OUP, 2013) now on pre-sale

February 10, 2013
My debut book The Peripheral Mind. Philosophy of Mind and the Peripheral Nervous System (Oxford University Press, 2013) can now be pre-ordered. For details, see the book's official FB page. The cover art by Alex Robciuc is pasted below. Enjoy!



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God, Mind, and Logical Space (forthcoming at Palgrave Macmillan)

January 25, 2013

My second book manuscript, titled God, Mind, and Logical Space, is now accepted for publication and enters the production stage. It will come out this year with Palgrave Macmillan, as part of the new series Palgrave Frontiers in Philosophy of Religion. As with my other book (The Peripheral Mind, Oxford University Press forthcoming), the cover will feature work by  Alex RobciucFor some quotes, check out this blog.


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My paper, "A new argument for mind-brain identity", awarded Honorable Mention at the 2012 APA Article Prize

September 21, 2012
My paper, "A new argument for mind-brain identity", published in British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 62 (3): 489 - 517, has been awarded Honorable Mention at the 2012 APA Article Prize. 

 The official announcement is here.
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"Should we fear quantum torment?", now published

August 18, 2012
My essay, Should we fear quantum torment, is published in Ratio 25 (3) 249-259.
 
 Abstract:

The prospect, in terms of subjective expectations, of immortality under the no-collapse interpretation of quantum mechanics is certain, as pointed out by several authors, both physicists and, more recently, philosophers. The argument, known as quantum suicide, or quantum immortality, has received some critical discussion, but there hasn't been any questioning of David Lewis's point that there is a terrif...
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My book, The Peripheral Mind, forthcoming at OUP

August 1, 2012
An excerpt from the preface:

My approach in this monograph could easily be classified as part of the currently burgeoning “embodied mind” school or trend in contemporary philosophy of mind and cognitive science. Where it differs from most other works in this field is, I would say, in that (a) it offers a somewhat more focused view of embodiment via offering a conceptual role to the PNS as such in analyzing mental phenomena rather than keeping the discourse at the level of notions like ...


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Oral phenomenology

July 31, 2012

“Oral phenomenology” Special Issue of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences

Guest Editor: István Aranyosi (Bilkent University)

Csontváry, "Old woman peeling apple", 1894, (detail)

The oral cavity is an anatomical unit most relevant to contemporary approaches in the philosophy and psychology of perception which consider the senses as integrated perceptual systems, and perception as an active phenomenon dependent on such systems (e.g. James Gibson’s influential work in ecological psycho...


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About Me


István Aranyosi I'm a philosopher, currently based at Bilkent University, Ankara. I have a wide range of research interests. My earlier work used to be mostly in analytical philosophy of mind, but it will gradually evolve into a lot more empirically informed philosophy of mind. My debut book is The Peripheral Mind (Oxford University Press 2013). Another book is God, Mind, and Logical Space (Palgrave Macmillan 2013). I also sometimes write opinion articles in popular media.

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