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For wider audiences

Bence Nanay


 


To watch/listen:

Talk on the Fragmented Mind (for the Philosophy of our Times podcast): here

TED-Ed video on the ‘End of History’ Illusion: here

Portuguese (Brazil)  translation, Portuguese (Portugal)  translation, Turkish translation, Vietnamese translation, Spanish translation, Hebrew translation, Romanian translation, Chinese (simplified) translation, Chinese (traditional) translation, Japanese translation

Interview on my work for the Panpsycast podcast: here

Interview at TalkRadio UK (interviewed by Rufus Hound): here (almost an hour but the real interview starts at 14 minutes)

Panel discussion on how to make decisions (for the Philosophy of our Times podcast): here

On perceptual content and the content of mental imagery (for Consciousness Online): here

On the role of imagination in decision-making: here

On perceptual phenomenology (for Consciousness Online): here

On naturalism in philosophy of action: here

On top-down influences in perception (talk at Humboldt University, Berlin (second video): here

On token-first and type-first evolutionary explanation (talk at Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem, second half of the video – the first half is Alex Rosenberg’s talk): here

A series of vlogs for Brains Blog:

On mental imagery: here

On mental imagery in perception: here

On multimodal mental imagery: here

On mental imagery in epistemology: here

On mental imagery in aesthetics: here

 

 

To read:

‘Know thyself’ is not just silly advice: It is actively dangerous (Aeon)

Republished at Quartz, American Philosophical Association, The Week, The Wire, Esquire, Psychology Today, SBS, Big Think.

Spanish translation, Chinese translation, Italian translation, Greek translation, Rumanian translation, Hebrew translation, Norwegian translation

Why Banksy’s shredding stunt wasn’t anti-capitalist – it was an emotional ode to the art marker (Quartz)

            Republished at MSN: here

Brazilian Portuguese translation in Epoca: here

Picked up by The CEO Magazine: here

Also picked up my Correio (in Portuguese: here

Anti-mindfulness (Psychology Today)

Stupidity is part of human nature (iai.tv)

Republished at Psychology Today here

Animal pain and the new mysticism about consciousness (iai.tv)

Republished at Psychology Today here

#MeToo and the psychology of shame (Psychology Today)

Picked up by CNBC here

Hipsters and imaginative resistance (American Philosophical Association blog): here

Republished at Psychology Today as The Psychology of Hipsterdom here

Life as a work of art: (iai.tv)

            Republished at Psychology Today here

Forget about catharsis, rapture or frissons – we are all shippers now (iai.tv)

Republished in Psychology Today as The Psychology of Shipping here

Picked up by VIX (in Spanish and Portuguese): here

Why we can’t unsee Mona Lisa’s moustache (TheConversation)

Marcel Proust can tell us a lot about political echo chambers in age of Donald Trump and Brexit (TheConversation)

Zelig and the psychology of wanting to fit in (Psychology Today)

Emotional actions are not exceptions: The are the rule (Psychology Today)

The Trump-Goldfinger illusion (Psychology Today)

The ‘new atheists’ are not atheist enough (TheConversation)

On my book Between Perception and Action for the OUP blog: here

On my book Aesthetics as Philosophy of Perception for the OUP blog: here

Polish translation here

On aesthetic attention for the Aesthetics for birds blog: here

On elitism in aesthetics for the Aesthetic for birds blog: here

On aesthetic naivete for the Aesthetic for birds blog: here

Interview for the Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics: here

Interview for the American Philosophical Association: here

Interview for the volume Images: 5 Questions: here

Mini-interview on my work in philosophy of action: here