Ryan Graham Ogilvie
Graduate Student
 
AOS: Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Mind
Office: SKN 2120

I am a Ph.D. student in philosophy. My research focuses primarily upon issues in the philosophy cognitive science and philosophy of mind. I have secondary interests in moral psychology and metaethics. Prior to coming to Maryland, I studied philosphy at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC under Kathleen Akins. I now work with Peter Carruthers on issues in philosophy of perception.

 

Better tests of consciousness are needed, but skepticism about unconscious processes is unwarranted. (With Peter Carruthers) (2013). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37(1), 36-37. (1,300 words.) (Dual author.) (Commentary on “Unconscious influences on decision making: A critical review” by Ben Newell and David Shanks.)

Spring 2017
PHIL408X Topics in Contemporary Philosophy: Conscious Episodes
Fall 2016
PHIL309J Philosophical Problems: The Fragility of Justice
Winter 2016
PHIL309J Philosophical Problems: The Fragility of Justice
Spring 2016
PHIL408X Topics in Contemporary Philosophy: Conscious Episodes
Fall 2015
PHIL408X Topics in Contemporary Philosophy: Percieving, Dreaming, and Other Concsious Episodes
Spring 2015
PHIL408F Topics in Contemporary Philosophy: Perception and Reality
Winter 2015
PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues
Summer 2014
PHIL100 Introduction to Philosophy
Spring 2014
PHIL100 Introduction to Philosophy
Winter 2014
PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues