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Alisa Mandrigin

Lecturer (fixed-term)
Division of Law and Philosophy
Pathfoot Building, 
University of Stirling

Office: Pathfoot A76
Office Hour: Tuesdays, 1pm-2pm

Contact: alisa.mandrigin[AT]stir.ac.uk

Prior to coming to Stirling, I held postdoctoral positions at the Universities of Barcelona, Warwick and Edinburgh. I completed my PhD in philosophy at the University of Edinburgh with a thesis titled 'The concept of self: thinking of oneself as a subject of thought'.

My research is in the philosophy of mind and psychology, focusing primarily on the nature of perceptual experience and the senses. I'm also interested in self-consciousness, first-person thought and the philosophy of action.

Between 2011 and 2013 I was a member of The (Un)Bound Body Project: Exploring the constraints of embodiment and the limits of body representation, funded by VolkswagenStiftung European Platform for the Life Sciences, Mind Sciences and the Humanities.