Associate Professor in Philosophy, Central European University in Budapest
I am associate professor in philosophy at the Central European University in Budapest (a unique and wonderful institution). My main research interest is consciousness, although I also have a sideline in political philosophy (taxation, globalisation, social justice). I recently finished my first book Consciousness and Fundamental Reality (published with Oxford University Press June 2017), and am now working on a book on consciousness aimed at a general audience. I have written for The Guardian and Philosophy Now, and blog at www.conscienceandconsciousness.com.
Philosophy of mind
Panpsychism is crazy, but it’s also most probably true
Is taxation theft?
The assumption that you own the contents of your pay-packet, although almost universal, is demonstrably confused
Philosophy of science
Is the Universe a conscious mind?
Cosmopsychism might seem crazy, but it provides a robust explanatory model for how the Universe became fine-tuned for life