Keith A. Wilson

I am a philosopher of mind and perception at the University of Oslo, where I conduct empirically-informed philosophical research into the senses and nature of temporal experience.

My other research interests include the metaphysics of perception, perceptual representation and content, individuating the senses, and spatiotemporal features of different sensory modalities, including audition and olfaction.

I am currently a postdoc on the Perceiving Representations project, which investigates the implications of the perception of music and pictures for the metaphysics of perception and philosophy of mind more generally, and collaborator on the Perceiving Properties in a World of Objects project, based at the University of Oxford.

I have taught philosophy at both undergraduate and postgraduate level at the Universities of Sussex, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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Photo: Tony Cheng, The Human Mind Conference