Ned Block

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
philosophy of mind
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Rosa Cao grad student NYU
Daniel Stoljar grad student MIT (Philosophy Tree)
Janet Levin grad student 1980 MIT
Ronald McClamrock grad student 1984 MIT
Gabriel Segal grad student 1987 MIT
Sarah Patterson grad student 1988 MIT
Michael Antony grad student 1990 MIT
Eric Lormand grad student 1990 MIT (Philosophy Tree)
Edward Stein grad student 1992 MIT
Jeffrey McConnell grad student 1994 MIT
Joe Yen Fong Lau grad student 1990-1994 MIT (Philosophy Tree)
Peter Kung grad student 2004 NYU (Philosophy Tree)
Adam Pautz grad student 2004 NYU (Philosophy Tree)
Geoffrey Lee grad student 2009 NYU (Philosophy Tree)
Regina A. Rini grad student 2011 NYU (Philosophy Tree)
Philippe Lusson grad student 2014 NYU
Grace Helton grad student 2015 NYU
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Block N. (2019) What Is Wrong with the No-Report Paradigm and How to Fix It. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Peters MAK, Kentridge RW, Phillips I, et al. (2017) Does unconscious perception really exist? Continuing the ASSC20 debate. Neuroscience of Consciousness. 2017: nix015
O'Regan JK, Block N. (2012) Discussion of J. Kevin O'Regan's "Why Red Doesn't Sound Like a Bell: Understanding the Feel of Consciousness" Review of Philosophy and Psychology. 3: 89-108
Block N. (2011) Perceptual consciousness overflows cognitive access. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 15: 567-75
Block N. (2007) Consciousness, accessibility, and the mesh between psychology and neuroscience. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 30: 481-99; discussion 4
Block N. (2007) Overflow, access, and attention Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 30: 530-542
Block N. (2005) Two neural correlates of consciousness. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 9: 46-52
Block N. (2005) The merely verbal problem of consciousness Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 9: 270
Block N, Stalnaker R. (1999) Conceptual analysis, dualism, and the explanatory gap Philosophical Review. 108: 1-46
Block N. (1996) How can we find the neural correlate of consciousness? Trends in Neurosciences. 19: 456-9
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