Author T. Strle
Toma Strle is a philosopher, cognitive scientist, and assistant professor at the University of Ljubljana. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a doctorate in philosophy and cognitive science (he did his PhD on the topic of the role of metacognition in decision-making). His main research interests include decision-making, metacognition, consciousness, neuroethics and the relation between first- and third-person approaches to studying the mind.

Publications Found: 14 · Show All Abstracts

Strle T. (2012) Metacognition and decision making: Between first and third person perspective. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems 10(3): 284–297. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2013) Why should we study experience more systematically: Neurophenomenology and modern cognitive science. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems 11(4): 376–390. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2016) Embodied, enacted and experienced decision-making. Phainomena 25: 83–107. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2016) Feeling and thinking about the future: Offline metacognition in decision-making. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems 14(4): 331–343. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2016) On the Necessity of Foundations, Intersubjectivity and Cognitive Science. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 387–389. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2017) On Embodying Decision-Making and the Endless Circularity of Understanding the Mind. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 76–78. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2017) On Mutual Enrichment between First- and Third-Person Sciences and Phenomenological Methodology. Constructivist Foundations 12(2): 208–210. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2018) Looping minds: How cognitive science exerts influence on its findings. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems 16(4): 533–544. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2018) Self-Referential and Enactive Nature of First- and Third-Person Sciences of the Mind. Constructivist Foundations 13(2): 230–231. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2019) On the Relation between Theory and Experience, and the Intersubjective Nature of the Human Mind. Constructivist Foundations 14(2): 191–193. Fulltext at
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