Author J.-M. Roy
Jean-Michel Roy collaborated with Francisco Varela at the time Varela laid the grounds of his neurophenomenological project. A co-founder of the Paris research group Phenomenology and Cognition, he organized the 1995 Bordeaux conference that gave birth to the collective volume Naturalizing Phenomenology, of which he is a co-editor (Stanford University Press, 1999). In a series of subsequent papers he developed his own view of the possible relevance of a phenomenological investigation to contemporary cognitive science, and of Husserlian phenomenology in particular.

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Roy J.-M. (2009) Subjectivity: First- and third-person methodologies. In: Banks W. P. (ed.) Encyclopedia of consciousness. Volume 2. Academic Press, New York: 389–400. Fulltext at
Roy J.-M. (2013) Pragmatisme cognitif et énactivisme [Cognitive pragmatism and enactivism]. Intellectica 60: 69–89. Fulltext at
Roy J.-M. (2015) Anti-Cartesianism and Anti-Brentanism: The problem of anti-representationalist intentionalism. The Southern Journal of Philosophy 53(S1): 90–125.
Roy J.-M. (2017) A Newcomer to the Neurophenomenological Family?. Constructivist Foundations 12(2): 180–182. Fulltext at
Roy J.-M. (2017) Time As the “Acid Test” of Neurophenomenology. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 101–103. Fulltext at
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