Sascha Benjamin Fink is Junior Professor of Neurophilosophy at the Magdeburg Program Philosophy-Neuroscience-Cognition. After studying philosophy, art history, Japanese studies, and biology in Mainz (Germany), Tokyo (Japan), and Florence (Italy), he wrote his dissertation at the Institute for Cognitive Science in Osnabrück (Germany) and, as a visitor, at the Center for Consciousness at the National University of Australia. He works mainly on philosophical issues in the neuroscience of phenomenal consciousness, focusing on what is a neural correlate of consciousness, how to use and not to use introspective approaches, the role of structures to individuate sensations, variants of ego-dissolution, the indeterminacy or precision of experiences, etc. In addition, he is concerned with psychedelics, pain, paradoxes, and the psychology of vagueness. Philosophy of science and philosophy of mind are his main research and teaching areas in theoretical philosophy.

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