(15. September 2011):
Neurophenomenology of Hearing: Relations to Intentionality and Time Consciousness.
XXII. Deutscher Kongress für Philosophie, 12. - 15. September 2011, München.
The aim of my (admittedly rather programmatic) talk is to show some shortcomings in neurophenomenology, often related to its strong focus on vision. By the same token, I will illustrate the particular fruitfulness of considering auditory phenomena in improving our understanding of time consciousness and of intuition and intentionality. Because of this, the topic of my talk also has more general interest for the philosophy of mind, extending beyond inner-phenomenological issues and debates.