My main philosophical interest is in the philosophy of mind, specifically in the metaphysics of consciousness.
In my thesis, I argue that physicalism, which is the most popular position in philosophy of mind today, is false. Moreover, I argue that panpsychism, which is a rising alternative to physicalism, is also false. I do this by using versions of the conceivability argument against both of these views. Nevertheless, although neither physicalism nor panpsychism can answer the problem of consciousness, I argue that the Russellian framework used by many panpsychists should not be rejected. I suggest that the Russellian framework in conjunction with a non-panpsychist theory of fundamental reality could be the way forward in solving the problem of consciousness.