Jenelle is a third year graduate student at the University of Connecticut. Her current research project is on the unity of consciousness in the philosophy of mind. Her target is a conceptual puzzle posed by the apparent inconceivability (paired with biological plausibility) of "partial unity" accounts of split-brain cases.
/ philosophy of mind / epistemology / Cognitive science
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On Saturday 9/2/17 Jenelle presented a talk entitled First-Person Authority and Immunity to Error in the Craniopagus Case at UCONN's biannual graduate student conference
Starting in Summer 2017, Jenelle will be serving as President of UCONN's Philosophy Graduate Student Association (PGSA)