Professor of Logic and Metaphysics
Andy Clark (BA, DPhil, Stirling) was appointed to the Chair in Logic and Metaphysics in 2004. Prior to that he had taught at the University of Glasgow, the University of Sussex, Washington University in St Louis, and Indiana University, Bloomington. He was Director of the Philosophy/Neuroscience/Psychology Program at Washington University in St Louis, and Director of the Cogntive Science Program at Indiana University.
Google Scholar: http://tiny.cc/qgq0xx
Publications and news
My letter in reply to Richard Holton’s TLS review of Surfing Uncertainty has now appeared.
Brain Science Podcast on my new book, Surfing Uncertainty, now online:
Blogging Surfing Uncertainty, December 2015:
Elected Fellow of the British Academy (FBA) in June 2015
Video of Greenland talk on Dan Dennett now up:
My History of Distributed Cognition talk on the Extended Mind, is now available at:
Our recent MOOC was a great success:
The 'Computers and Mind' Meeting (Festival of Humanities) took place on friday Nov 21. I contributed a talk entitled "Are You Your Brain, and Is Your Brain a Computer?
- For publications up to 2002, see Publications List
- For access to more recent and forthcoming publications, http://edin.ac/1tqX3sO
- For Research Projects and Press and Media Coverage, http://edin.ac/1tqX3sO
- Read Clark's response to Fodor's review of Supersizing the Mind (Oxford UP) in the London Review of Books. Click here.
- Research in a Nutshell: Embodied cognition (video).
- Talk on Natural-Born Cyborgs, Dallas Center for Values in Science and Technlogy http://vimeo.com/16717229
- Video of Session on Consciousness with Andy Clark and Dan Dennett (Greenland 2014)
Pre-Honours: 6 lectures on Mind, Matter, and Language:
Honours: Perception and Action: From Inner Zombies to the Predictive Brain
Masters: Advanced Topics in Mind, Language, and Embodied Cognition
STUDENT CONSULTATION HOURS (semester 1)
Wednesdays 3-4pm, or email for an appointment.
Current PhD students supervised
Philosophy of Mind, Artificial Intelligence, including robotics, artificial life, embodied cognition, and mind, technology and culture.