Katsiaryna Suryna

Year of Enrollment: 
2014

My sphere of interests comprises philosophy of cognitive sciences, philosophy of mind, and neurosciences. I am working on the prospects of a productive interaction between phenomenology and cognitive neuroscience. I adopt the notion of a weak naturalization of phenomenology and focus on realistic contributions of phenomenology to cognitive neuroscience with respect to such issues as reconstituting phenomena, the mereological fallacy and explanatory pluralism. I am interested in the possibility of phenomenology to frame the explanandum phenomenon and constrain the space of possible mechanisms in cognitive neuroscience, as well as to provide complementary and alternative explanation in this field.

Qualification

MA Semiotics, University of Tartu (2014)
MA Philosophy, Belarusian State University (2012)

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