Teaching & Supervision

Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang Ming University Taipei, Taiwan:

Spring 2019:                                                                                                                                    Topics in Philosophy of Perception: Multisensory Phenomena (graduate seminar) Neuroethics: Philosophical and Scientific Perspectives (undergraduate lecture)

Fall 2018/2019:
Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science (graduate seminar)
Philosophy and Ethics of Neuroscience (undergraduate lecture)

Spring 2018:
Topics in Philosophy of Mind: Perceptual Consciousness (graduate seminar)
Neuroethics: Ethics, Neuroscience, and Society (undergraduate lecture)

Fall 2017/2018:
Current Controversies in Philosophy of Mind & Philosophy of Perception (graduate seminar)
Neuroethics: Ethics, Neuroscience, and Society (undergraduate lecture)

Spring 2017:
Interactions between & within perceptual modalities (graduate seminar)
Ethics, Neuroscience, and Society (undergraduate lecture)

Fall 2016/2017:
Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience & Its Philosophical Implications (graduate seminar)
Ethics & Neuroscience: Philosophical and Scientific Perspectives in Neuroethics (undergraduate lecture)
Issues in the Philosophy of Mind & Philosophy of Psychology and Cognitive Science (advanced graduate seminar)
Cognitive Science, Graduate Institute of Brain and Mind Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei (lecture)

Spring 2016:
Epistemology, Metaphysics, and Phenomenology of Perception: Topics in Philosophy of Perception (graduate seminar)
Ethics & Neuroscience: Philosophical and Scientific Perspectives in Neuroethics (undergraduate lecture)
Philosophical Issues about Consciousness and Cognition (advanced graduate seminar)

Fall 2015/2016:
Philosophy of Mind (graduate seminar)
Ethics and Neuroscience (undergraduate lecture)
Philosophy of Cognitive Science (advanced graduate seminar)

Spring 2015:
Consciousness Studies (graduate seminar)
Neuroethics (undergraduate lecture)
Philosophical Methodology (advanced graduate seminar)

Fall 2014/2015:
Philosophy of Perception (graduate seminar)
Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience (graduate seminar)
Debates in Analytic Philosophy of Mind & Cognitive Science (advanced graduate seminar)

Spring 2014:
Philosophy of Psychology and Cognitive Science (graduate seminar)
Philosophical and Scientific Perspectives in Neuroethics (undergraduate lecture)
Contemporary Analytic Philosophy (advanced graduate seminar)

Fall 2013/2014:
Philosophical and Scientific Perspectives in Neuroethics (undergraduate lecture)
Perceptual Experience, Consciousness and Cognition (graduate seminar)
Seminar on Perceptual Consciousness (lab meeting)

Spring 2013:
Philosophy of Perception and Cognition (graduate seminar)
Neuroethics (undergraduate lecture)
Thesis Colloquium

Fall 2012/2013:
Philosophy of Mind (graduate seminar)
Neuroethics (undergraduate lecture)
Consciousness Research (reading group)

Spring 2012 seminars:
Philosophy of Mind
Neuroethics
Consciousness Research

Department of Philosophy, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

Spring–Fall 2011, BA seminars:
The Problem of Consciousness
Mind and Brain – Interdisciplinary Approaches
Philosophy of Perception

Summer Academy of the German National Academic Foundation, Valdaora/Italy 2011:

Course in Neurophilosophy of Colors and Sounds

 

Supervision of Master’s Theses

Institute of Philosophy of Mind and Cognition, National Yang Ming University Taipei, Taiwan:

1. Funchi Chang (Feb 2017–present) Ethical Issues at the End of Life
2. Chengen Yang (Sept 2017–present) Philosophy of Aging
3. Ruofan Liao (2013–2015) Neuroethics of Mental Disorder
4. Hao Pang (2012–2014) Perception and Objectivity
5. Angel Cvetkov (2012–2014) Do Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness Have Epistemic Value in the Philosophy of Mind?
6. Ka-Yeung Leung (2012–2014) On the Distinctions between Basic and Complex Emotions
7. Maricelli Soberanis (2011–2013, co-supervision) A look at two mental disorders from a philosophical perspective of personal identity