Adrian is an associate professor at the University of Copenhagen's Philosophy Section and Center for Subjectivity Research. His research in the project concerns the unity of the body, its role in spatial self-consciousness, and the nature of perspectival structure in thought and experience. He is currently co editing a volume, tentatively titled The Body and the Self, Revisited for the MIT Press, with Frédérique de Vignemont.
CURRENT FOCUS IN THE PROJECT
Do some people see from their chest? (WP1 Project 1)
Does looking at something huge make you feel tiny? (WP2 Project 2)
How complex is the structure of embodied perspectival experience? (WP3 Project 1)
What is a multimodal perspective? (WP3 Project 3)
- Alsmith, A. (forthcoming 2016). Perspectival Structure and Vestibular Processing. In T. Metzinger & J. M. Windt (Eds.), Open MIND. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Also published as: Alsmith, A. (2015). Perspectival Structure and Vestibular Processing. In T. Metzinger & J. M. Windt (Eds.), Open MIND. Frankfurt am Main: MIND Group. 23(C). doi: 10.15502/9783958570559
- Alsmith, A., & Longo, M. R. (2014). Where exactly am I? Self-location judgements distribute between head and torso. Consciousness and Cognition, 24, 70-74.
- Serino, A., Alsmith, A., Costantini, M., Mandrigin, A., Tajadura-Jimenez, A., & Lopez, C. (2013). Bodily ownership and self-location: Components of bodily self-consciousness. Consciousness and Cognition, 22(4), 1239-1252. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.concog.2013.08.013
- Alsmith, A. & de Vignemont, F. (eds.) (2012) The Body Represented/Embodied Representation. Review of Philosophy & Psychology, 3(1)
- Smith, A. (2010) Comment: Minimal conditions for the simplest form of self-consciousness. In T. Fuchs, H. Sattel & P. Henningsen (Eds.), The embodied self: Dimensions, coherence, disorders (pp. 35 – 41). Stuttgart: Schattauer.