As a researcher I aim to produce work that is historically informed, analytically precise, and concerned with fundamental aspects of our conscious experience of the world. My orientation is primarily phenomenological, though my training is analytic and my interests are broad. I am a philosophical bridge-builder, working across phenomenology, contemporary philosophy of mind, classical Confucian philosophy, and philosophy of technology. Links to my papers, along with abstracts, keywords, and citation information are also available on PhilPapers and Google Scholar.

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Philip J. Walsh | PhD