Author M. Bower
Matt Bower earned his Ph.D from the University of Memphis in 2013, with a dissertation on Husserl’s genetic phenomenology. He was recently a postdoctoral fellow at Ruhr-University Bochum, and is now a lecturer at Texas State University. He is interested in intersections of phenomenology and philosophy of mind in the philosophy of perception.

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Bower M. (2015) Do We Need a Metaphysics for Perception? Some Enactive, Phenomenological Reservations. Constructivist Foundations 11(1): 159–161. Fulltext at
Gallagher S. & Bower M. (2014) Making enactivism even more embodied. Avant 5(2): 232–247. Fulltext at
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