Philosophy and the Mind Sciences

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Vol. 3 (2022)
Published January 25, 2022
Philosophy and the Mind Sciences, 2022

Accepted stand-alone articles are published as soon as the editorial and production processes have been completed. Special issue articles are published as soon as the production of all contributions to the special issue is completed.

Special Issue

Chiara Caporuscio, Sascha Benjamin Fink
Book Symposium: Philosophy of Psychedelics
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9659
Matthew Johnson
Introduction: Psychedelic Science Needs Philosophy
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9452
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Chris Letheby
Naturalistic Entheogenics: Précis of Philosophy of Psychedelics
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9627
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Lisa Bortolotti, Kathleen Murphy-Hollies
The Agency-First Epistemology of Psychedelics
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9283
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Chiara Caporuscio
Belief Now, True Belief Later: The Epistemic Advantage of Self-Related Insights in Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9310
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Matteo Colombo
Serotonin, Predictive Processing and Psychedelics
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9320
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Sascha Benjamin Fink
Psychedelics Favour Understanding Rather Than Knowledge
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9264
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Sarah Hoffman
Positive Affect and Letheby's Naturalization of Psychedelic Therapy
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9285
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Aidan Lyon, Anya Farennikova
Through the Psychedelic Looking-Glass: The Importance of Phenomenal Transparency in Psychedelic Transformation
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9323
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Joshua M. Martin, Philipp Sterzer
How Level is the 'Cognitive Playing Field'? Context Shapes Alterations in Self-Conception During the Psychedelic Experience
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9326
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Chris Letheby
Self and Knowledge in Psychedelic Therapy: Reply to Commentaries on Philosophy of Psychedelics
https://doi.org/10.33735/phimisci.2022.9642
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