David Papineau is a Professor of the Philosophy of Science at King's College London, and from 2015 a Visiting Presidential Professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He was President of the British Society for the Philosophy of Science for 1993-5, of the Mind Association for 2009–10, and of the Aristotelian Society for 2013-4. He blogs about 'How Philosophy Can Illuminate Sport and Vice Versa'.
Books by David Papineau
Interviews with David Papineau
Sport can offer insights into philosophy and life in general, argues the philosophy professor and sports enthusiast David Papineau. He chooses the best books on philosophy and sport.
Interviews where books by David Papineau were recommended
Introducing Consciousness: A Graphic Guide
by David Papineau & Howard Selina
Detecting Awareness in the Vegetative State
by Adam Owen et al
Selective Attention Test
by Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons
Failure to Detect Mismatches Between Intention and Outcome in a Simple Decision Task
by Petter Johansson et al
Synecdoche, New York
by Charlie Kaufman
What is consciousness? Can we measure it? Cognitive neuroscientist David Carmel introduces some of the philosophical and scientific complexities of identifying what was formerly known as the ‘soul.’