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Dr Julian Kiverstein

Julian Kiverstein is currently assistant professor in neurophilosophy at the University of Amsterdam. From 2009-11 he was teaching fellow at the University of Edinburgh teaching mainly in the area of philosophy of mind and cognition. He is co-editor of two books forthcoming in 2012 including a collection of essays on the science of free will (with Till Vierkant and Andy Clark).  His research integrates ideas from existential phenomenology with empirical research in neuroscience and cognitive science.

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