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I’m an assistant professor of philosophy at Montclair State University where I also direct the cognitive science minor. I’m interested in how humans come to know––and how much they can know––about their environments, themselves, and the relation between environment and self. To this end, my work explores problems about perception, introspection, consciousness, and mental representation.
"What the Senses Cannot ‘Say’", Philosophical Quarterly, forthcoming
"Content Externalism without Thought Experiments?", Analysis, 2022
"The Phenomenal Representation of Size", Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 2021
"Naïve Realism and Phenomenal Overlap", Philosophical Studies, 2017
Links to pre-prints of papers can be found at http://jonbrinkmorgan.com