My research primarily concerns the potential that mindfulness-meditation has as a method for training more rigorous first-person reflection. I maintain also maintain an active interest in (a) the parallels between phenomenological accounts of meditators and metaphysical accounts of the mind emerging from embodied/enactive theories & (b) whether such theories provide the conceptual/explanatory resources to allow us to make more sense of meditative experiences of 'non-duality'
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Supervisors and Institution(s):
Scott Sturgeon (Bham), Maja Spener (Bham), Susanna Siegel (Bham/Harvard)