Professor Ian Phillips


I. Phillips, ‘Consciousness and criterion: on Block’s case for unconscious seeing’, Philosophy & Phenomenological Research 93:2 (2016), pp.419-451.

I. Phillips, ‘Debate on Unconscious Perception’ (with Ned Block), in B. Nanay (ed.) Current Controversies in Philosophy of Perception, Routledge (2016), pp.165-192.

I. Phillips, ‘No watershed for overflow: recent work on the richness of consciousness’, Philosophical Psychology 29:2 (2016), pp.236-249

 I. Phillips, ‘Cetacean semantics: a reply to Sainsbury’, Analysis 74:3 (2014), pp.379-382

 I. Phillips, ‘Experience of and in time’, Philosophy Compass 9:2 (2014), pp.131-144 

I. Phillips, ‘Breaking the silence: motion silencing and experience of change’, Philosophical Studies 168:3 (2014), pp.693-707

I. Phillips, ‘Lack of imagination: individual differences in mental imagery and the significance of consciousness’, in J. Kallestrup & M. Sprevak (eds) New Waves in Philosophy of Mind Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, pp.278-300.

I. Phillips, ‘The temporal structure of experience’, in D. Lloyd & V. Arstila (eds) Subjective Time: the Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience of Temporality MIT Press (2014), pp.139-158

I. Phillips, ‘Perceiving the passing of time’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 113:3 (2013), pp.225-252

I. Phillips, ‘Hearing and hallucinating silence’, in F. Macpherson & D. Platchias (eds) Hallucination MIT Press (2013), pp.333-360

I. Phillips, ‘Afterimages and sensation’, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 87:2 (2013), pp.417-453.

I. Phillips, ‘Belief and judgment’, in H. Pashler (ed.) Encyclopedia of Mind SAGE (2013), pp.111-114

I. Phillips, ‘Attention to the passage of time’, Philosophical Perspectives 26:1 (2012), pp.277-308

I. Phillips, ‘Indiscriminability and experience of change’, The Philosophical Quarterly 61:245 (2011), pp.808-827

I. Phillips, ‘Attention and iconic memory’, in C. Mole, D. Smithies & W. Wu (eds) Attention: Philosophical and Psychological Essays OUP (2011), pp.204-227

I. Phillips, ‘Perception and iconic memory: what Sperling doesn’t show’, Mind & Language 26:4 (2011), pp.381-411. *Winner of the ASSC William James Prize for Contributions to the Study of Consciousness*

I. Phillips, ‘Stuck in the closet: a reply to Ahmed’, Analysis 71:1 (2011), pp.86-91

I. Phillips, ‘Perceiving temporal properties’, European Journal of Philosophy 18:2 (2010), pp.176-202

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