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.
Currently: Post-doctoral fellow, Institut supérieur de philosophie, Univeristé catholique de Louvain
- PhD in Philosophy
- BA (Hons.) in Philosophy
- BSc in Psychology
- 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.