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Final INSOSCI-Symposium:

When Policy Making meets Neuroscience and Social Science

12th-13th February 2019 @ Witten/Herdecke University, Germany
INSOSCI-SYMPOSIUM 2019
12th-13th February 2019
@Witten/Herdecke University, Germany

Project Members

Dr. Andrew Sims

Postdoctoral researcher Andrew Sims has interests in the philosophy of mind, action, and cognitive science. He is currently interested in the interplay between neuroscientific models of decision-making and philosophical theories of action.

Contact Information

    • Institut supérieur de philosophie
    • Place Cardinal Mercier 14, L3.06.01B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve
E-Mail:
andrew.sims@uclouvain.be
Web:
www.uclouvain.be/andrew.sims

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

 
Currently: Post-doctoral fellow, Institut supérieur de philosophie, Univeristé catholique de Louvain

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

2015:
PhD in Philosophy
2009:
BA (Hons.) in Philosophy
2008:
BSc in Psychology

Relevant Publications

  • Sims, A. (2017). Can anosognosia for hemiplegia be explained as motivated self-deception? Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 8, 337-353.
  • Sims, A. (2017). The problems with prediction: the dark room problem and the scope dispute. In T. Metzinger & W. Wiese (eds.), Philosophy and Predictive Processing. Frankfurt am Main: MIND Group.
  • Sims, A. (2016). A problem of scope for the free energy principle as a theory of cognition. Philosophical Psychology, 29, 967-980.
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