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56611.pdf.jpg201729-May-2017Vanilla PP for philosophers : a primer on predictive processingWiese, Wanja; Metzinger, Thomas
55306.pdf.jpg201529-Nov-2016Vestibular contributions to the sense of body, self, and othersLenggenhager, Bigna; Lopez, Christophe
55307.pdf.jpg201529-Nov-2016Vestibular sense and perspectival experience : a reply to Adrian AlsmithLenggenhager, Bigna; Lopez, Christophe
55295.pdf.jpg201529-Nov-2016Visual adaptation to a remapped spectrum : lessons for enactive theories of color perception and constancy, the effect of color on aesthetic judgments, and the memory color effectGrush, Rick; Jaswal, Liberty; Knoepfler, Justin; Brovold, Amanda
die_vollendung_des_denkens___-20230417122852621.pdf.jpg200527-Apr-2023Die Vollendung des Denkens : Vorlesungen zur Philosophie und MystikGrätzel, Stephan
59255.pdf.jpg200524-Sep-2019Die Wahrheit der Fiktion : Vorlesungen zur HermeneutikGrätzel, Stephan
100003167.pdf.jpg201920-Nov-2019„Was wir tun, wenn wir tätig sind“ Zur Arbeits- und Entfremdungstheorie bei Karl Marx, Günther Anders und Hannah ArendtKump, Sebastian
55277.pdf.jpg201528-Nov-2016What a theory of knowledge-how should explain : a framework for practical knowledge beyond intellectualism and anti-intellectualismBartels, Andreas; May, Mark
55296.pdf.jpg201529-Nov-2016What can sensorimotor enactivism learn from studies on phenomenal adaptation in atypical perceptual conditions? : A commentary on Rick Grush and colleaguesMroczko-Wąsowicz, Aleksandra
55276.pdf.jpg201528-Nov-2016What does it mean to have an Open MIND?Metzinger, Thomas; Windt, Jennifer M.
55347.pdf.jpg20151-Dec-2016What is the state-of-the-art on lucid dreaming? : Recent advances and questions for future researchVoss, Ursula; Hobson, Allan
55316.pdf.jpg201530-Nov-2016What? Now: predictive coding and enculturation ; a reply to Regina E. FabryMenary, Richard
55297.pdf.jpg201529-Nov-2016What’s up with prefrontal cortex? : A commentary on John-Dylan HaynesSchwiedrzik, Caspar M.
56650.pdf.jpg20171-Jun-2017Which structures are out there? : Learning predictive compositional concepts based on social sensorimotor explorationsButz, Martin V.
55288.pdf.jpg201528-Nov-2016Why and how does consciousness seem the way it seems?Dennett, Daniel C.
why_are_dreams_interesting_fo-20220924204714875.pdf.jpg201310-Oct-2022Why are dreams interesting for philosophers? : The example of minimal phenomenal selfhood, plus an agenda for future researchMetzinger, Thomas
58519.pdf.jpg201822-Oct-2018Why is virtual reality interesting for philosophers?Metzinger, Thomas
55301.pdf.jpg201529-Nov-2016Wild systems theory as a 21st century coherence framework for cognitive scienceJordan, J. Scott; Day, Brian
297.pdf.jpg20021-Jan-2002Wille zur ErkenntnisRuffing, Margit
wissenschaftsfreiheit_moralis-20231016095736108.pdf.jpg20236-Nov-2023Wissenschaftsfreiheit, Moralische Kritik und die Kosten des IrrtumsHenning, Tim