• Is physicalism "really" true?: an empirical argument against the universal construal of physicalism 

    Smith, Paul H., 1952- (2010-08-27)
    Physicalism as universally construed is the thesis that everything in the world is either physical or a consequence of physical facts. Certain consequences of physicalism for free will, religion, and so on make it unpalatable ...
  • Sensory experience and the sensible qualities 

    Cutter, Brian Christopher (2015-05-04)
    My dissertation defends a package of interrelated positions on the metaphysics of the sensible qualities (shape, color, pitch, loudness, flavor, heat, cold, etc.) and sensory experience. It is organized around four questions ...
  • The process of experience 

    Grube, Enrico (2013-08-02)
    Perceptual experience seems to relate us not only to non-temporal features of objects such as colors and shapes, but also to certain temporal properties such as succession and duration, as well as to the sensible properties ...
  • Walking contradictions : Latina lesbianas, immigration and citizenship 

    López, Candace (2011-02-17)
    In immigration and sexuality research there is new and emerging literature that understands the convergence of these two topics. However, scholarship primarily examining Latina lesbian immigrants is not as visible. This ...