Welcome to a home page of Theresa Schilhab

Theresa completed her Ph.D. thesis at the Centre for the Philosophy of Nature and Science Studies in August, 2002.

The thesis:

Theresa S. S. Schilhab (2002): No Man's Land - philosophical implications of an operational concept of consciousness. Copenhagen: Center for the Philosophy of Nature and Science Studies, University of Copenhagen.

Publications included in, or additional to the thesis:

  • "Why Did Subjective Experiences Develop?" Evolution and Cognition (1998),Vol. 4(1): 63-69

  • "Comments on "Cortical Activity and the Explanatory Gap"". Consciousness and Cognition (1998) Vol.7: 212-213.

  • Den bio-logiske bevidsthed - en historie om bevidsthedens natur. København: Fremad, 2000.

  • "Naturtalenter". Naturvejleder-Nyt 10(1): 27-30 (med Niels Hansen)

  • "Børn af denne verden". Aktuel Naturvidenskab 2001 (No. 2), pp. 28-30 (med Niels Hansen)

  • "Mennesket ikke altings mål". Dagbladet Information, torsdag 5. september, 2001, p. 9.

  • "Artschauvinisme - mennesket som altings mål." Aktuel Naturvidenskab 2001 (No. 5), pp. 39-41.

  • "Man And The Mirror", Evolution and Cognition (2001) 7 (2): 1-9.

  • "Anthropomorphism and mental state attribution", Animal Behaviour 2002, vol.63, p.??-?? (in press)

  • "The anthropomorphic concept of consciousness" Biology and Philosophy (accepted)

Here is the link to Theresa's former home page at CPNSS.

This is Theresa's new home page: http://www.lld.dk/portal_memberdata/TSC (LLD is reorganizing their pages, so if you cannot download this one try the archived copy here). Theresa is now affiliated with Learning Lab Denmark, its research consortium for Neuroscience, Cognition and Learning. Present address:

Theresa S. S. Schilhab M.S., BA & Phd
Learning Lab Denmark
phone: (+45) 39 55 99 33
fax: (+45) 39 66 92 28
mail: theresa [ at ] lld.dk


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