Current NTU philosophy undergraduates Melissa Chang, Soong Jiamin, and Yuka Kamamoto sat down to interview Prof. Paul Snowdon, who currently teaches in the Department of Philosophy at University College London. They talked about animalism, the naive realist view of perception, and his love for classical music. Yuka: What motivated you to study, and eventually work … Continue reading Conversation: Dr. Paul Snowdon
By Shalom Chalson What leads to our perception of mind-independent objects? Perhaps, looking at things in front of us stimulates our neurones to fire in specific ways. And the image we “see” is a result of that firing. Or maybe, we see things as they are — the red tomato is seen “redly” or “roundly”. The … Continue reading Longform: Do I See What I See?