Christopher F. Masciari
Graduate Student
AOS: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Psychology, Philosophy of Cognitive Science
Office: SKN 1103C

Christopher Masciari tends to work mostly in the philosophy of mind. In particular he is interested in perception and agency. However, he is also trying to think about these topics in a broader context, including, but not limited to, the philosophy of language and ethics. Before coming to the University of Maryland, Christopher earned an M.A. in Philosophy from San Francisco State University and a B.A. in Philosophy and Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Christopher is also very much interested in all things related to electronic music.


1. "What explains the “hard problem” of consciousness?” (With Peter Carruthers) (2020), Cognitive Neuropsychology. Commentary on “Toward a standard model of consciousness: Reconciling the attention schema, global workspace, higher-order thought, and illusionist theories” by Michael Graziano, Arvid Guterstam, Branden J. Bio, and Andrew I. Wilterson.