Teaching & Supervision

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

Fall 2019/2020:                                                                                                                                    Cognitive Neuroscience (graduate seminar)

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: Neurophilosophy of Colors and Sounds

Supervision of Master’s Theses

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

• Willy Chen (2019–) Levels and Degrees of Consciousness
• Chang Funchi (2017–2019) Voluntary Death and Ethical Issues at the End of Life
• Cheng-En Yang (2017–2019) Human Cognition in the Process of Aging
• Xienzhi Chu (2014–2018, co-supervision) Philosophical & Psychological Views of Hallucination
• Ruofan Liao (2013–2015) Neuroethics of Mental Disorder
• Ka-Yeung Leung (2012–2014) On the Distinctions Between Basic and Complex Emotions
• Angel Cvetkov (2012–2014) Do Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness Have Epistemic Value in the Philosophy of Mind?
• Hao Pang (2012–2014) Perception and Objectivity
• Maricelli Soberanis (2011–2013, co-supervision) A Look at Two Mental Disorders from a Philosophical Perspective of Personal Identity