Jelle BruinebergPhD candidate in Philosophy, 2014-2018

'Most of the time, we do not think about what we do. We just respond in an adequate way to what our environment has to offer. I am interested in how brain, body and world contribute jointly to such episodes of everyday skillful behavior, but also in how unreflective and more reflective actions mesh together. I use phenomenology, theoretical neuroscience and embodied cognitive science to try to better understand these questions.'