“It’s not sufficient to talk about what-it’s-like-ness… we should talk about what-it’s-like-for-me-ness” Dan Zahavi
Dan Zahavi is the renowned Professor of Philosophy at the University of Copenhagen, as well as the Professor of Philosophy at University of Oxford. At just age 34, he became the Director of the Center for Subjectivity Research on the basis of funding from the Danish National Research Foundation.
His work focuses on phenomenology and the philosophy of mind, and he has authored many celebrated works on these topics. He has a particular focus on Husserl, and examines the social, as well as the philosophical, consequences of the phenomenological approach.
“One of the most prolific and insightful phenomenologists of his generation” Alessandro Duranti, University of California