Dr Raamy Majeed
I moved to Auckland after a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Cambridge. Prior to that I lectured at Lehigh Universty, and then before that at the University of Otago. I did my PhD at the University of Sydney, where I wrote a dissertation on the 'hard' problem of consciousness: the problem of explaining how and why physical processing gives rise to experiences with a phenomenal character. These days, I work on topics at the intersection of philosophy of mind and cognitive science; I am especially interested in emotions.
You can find more information on my website.
Areas of expertise
- Philosophy of mind
- Cognitive science
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Majeed, R. (2017). Ramseyan humility: The response from revelation and panpsychism. Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 47 (1), 75-96. 10.1080/00455091.2016.1226670
- Majeed, R. (2017). Why the Canberra plan won’t help you do serious metaphysics. Synthese10.1007/s11229-017-1430-z
- Majeed, R. (2016). Conceptual instability and the new epistemic possibility. Erkenntnis, 81 (3), 613-627. 10.1007/s10670-015-9758-6