Marius Jakštas

Year of Enrollment: 
2015

I am working towards a broadly Wittgensteinian critique of current debates in the philosophy of perception. It is broadly Wittgensteinian in that it doesn’t amount to a defence of a particular account of perception but instead critically assesses the motivations behind theories that, arguably, depart from the common-sense view of perception. For my purposes, those are the Sense Data and Representationalist theories. My primary focus is on the conception(s) of hallucinations that is used in their support. I also critically assess the notions of the content of perception and intentionality, and the debate on the cognitive penetrability of perception.

Qualification

MA Philosophy, Central European University (2015)
BA Philosophy, Cardiff University (2010)

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