Frédérique de Vignemont
BoSS (Body, Space, and the Self) research group

CNRS Research Director, Institut Jean-Nicod, Paris
Philosophy scholar in residence, NYU/Paris


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Recent publications                                                                                                      
  • Mind the body, Oxford: Oxford University Press, in press.
  • On bodily awareness
    • The phenomenology of bodily ownership. In M. Guillot and M. Garcia-Carpintero (eds), The sense of mineness. Oxford University Press. Forthcoming
    • Agency and bodily ownership: The Bodyguard hypothesis. In F. de Vignemont and A. Alsmith (eds) The subject’s matter, MIT Press. Forthcoming
    • with T. Makin and A. Faisal, Embodying Technology. Nature biomedical engineering. Forthcoming
    • The extended body hypothesis. In Oxford handbook of 4E cognition, edited by A. Newen, L. de Bruin, S. Gallagher, Oxford University Press. Forthcoming
    • With G. Iannetti. How many peripersonal spaces? Neuropsychologia. 2015
    • A multimodal conception of bodily experiencesMind. 2014
  • On pain
    • Pain and touch. The Monist. Forthcoming
    • The first-person in pain. In D. Bain and M. Brady (eds), Pain, Oxford University Press, forthcoming
    • Pain and the spatial boundaries of the bodily self. In L. Garcia-Larrea (ed), Pain and the conscious brain, IASP, 2016
    • Pain and bodily care: Whose body matters? Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 2015
  • On social cognition  
    • Can I see your pain? An evaluativist model of pain perception. In J. Corns (ed), Routledge handbook of philosophy of pain, Routledge. Forthcoming 
    • with P. Jacob, Beyond empathy for pain. Philosophy of Science 2016
    • with H. Mercier, Under influence: is altercentric bias compatible with Simulation theory? In H. Kornblith & B. McLaughlin (eds), Alvin Goldman and his Critics, Blackwell. 2016.
    • with P. Jacob, Vicarious experiences: perception, mirroring or imagination? In Routledge handbook of the social mind, edited by J. Kiverstein. 2017
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