Volume 41, Number 1, Winter 2020

Belief: The Explanatory Power of Hume’s Theory
Jonathan Leicester, The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

The Case for Unfelt Feelings
Katherine Tullmann, Northern Arizona University

Is Conscious Awareness Required for Facial Pain Detection?
Brian D. Earp, Yale University, Kai Karos, KU Leuven, and Lauren C. Heathcote, Stanford University School of Medicine

The Theory of a Natural Eternal Consciousness:
The Psychological Basis for a Natural Afterlife
Bryon K. Ehlmann, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville


Volume 41, Number 2, Spring 2020

The Synesthetic Experience of Color and the Grain Argument
Derek D. Nikolinakos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Neuroscientific Threat to Free Will as Non-Veridicality of Agentive Experience
Koji Ota, Niigata University

A Neurophilosophical Thesis About Consciousness
Aslihan Dönmez, Boğaziçi University, Mehmet Emin Ceylan, Üsküdar University, Bariş Önen Ünsalver, Üsküdar University, Fatma Duygu Kaya Yertutanol, Üsküdar University, Alper Evrensel, Üsküdar University

Critical Notice

Ambiguity of Rationality
Shanti P. Chakravarty, Bangor University, Gwynedd

Book Review

The Human Person: What Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas Offer Modern Psychology
Book authors: Thomas L. Spalding, James M. Stedman, Christina L. Gagné, and Matthew Kostelecky
Reviewed by Curtis L. Hancock, Rockhurst University


Volume 41, Numbers 3 and 4, Summer and Autumn 2020

The Explicit Sense of Agency — as Operationalized in Experimental Paradigms — Is Not a Feeling, but Is a Judgment
Nagireddy Neelakanteswar Reddy, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar

A Plea for Indifference
Richard T. McClelland, Nanaimo, British Columbia 

Why Has the Field of Psychology Not Developed Like the Natural Sciences?
Sam S. Rakover, Haifa University

Origins of Subjective Experience
Jason W. Brown, New York University Medical Center

Why Behaviorism and Anti-Representationalism Are Untenable
Markus E. Schlosser, University College Dublin

Critical Notice

From Joint Attention to Common Knowledge
Michael Wilby, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge