Brie Gertler
gertler@virginia.edu


I am Commonwealth Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Virginia, and an associate editor of the journal Noûs. I teach graduate and undergraduate courses in the philosophy of mind, epistemology, and free will & moral responsibility.

My interests center in the philosophy of mind, especially self-knowledge, consciousness, mental content, and the self.  Most recently, I’ve been working on three topics: (1) self-knowledge, (2) the case for dualism, and (3) the “mind” boundary.  Links to my recent work in each of these areas are below.

My publications (with abstracts & links).                   My CV.

(1)  Self-knowledge.

(2)  The case for dualism.

  • “Acquaintance, Parsimony, and Epiphenomenalism” (forthcoming), S. Coleman, ed., The Knowledge Argument Then and Now. Cambridge University Press.
  • Dualism (in progress), for U. Kriegel, ed., The Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Consciousness. Oxford University Press.

(3)  The “mind” boundary.

Appearances on Philosophy TV:

Discussing introspection with Eric Schwitzgebel         Discussing knowledge of one’s own beliefs with Alex Byrne