I am an associate professor of philosophy at Hokkaido University, where I am also affiliated with CHAIN and CAEP. My research focuses on the intersection between philosophy, psychology, and psychiatry.
I used to be an associate professor at Hiroshima University, a research fellow at University of Birmingham, a visiting student at Yale and MIT, and a graduate student at University of Tokyo.
I am an editorial member of the journal Philosophical Explorations and the blog Imperfect Cognitions.
I welcome early-career researchers who wish to apply for JSPS Fellowships (international and domestic). Contact me for details.
[Current JSPS Fellows]
Philosophy of Psychology: An Introduction
Papers & Chapters
Visual experiences without presentational phenomenology [draft]
Delusion and self-knowledge
[Book Review] Art and Belief (OUP, 2017)