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Space Emergence in Contemporary Physics: Why We Do Not Need Fundamentality, Layers of Reality and Emergence

function ontology. Synthese 130(2): 265–77. Monton, Bradley. 2006. Quantum mechanics and 3N dimensional space. Philosophy of Science 73(5): 778–89. Ney, Alyssa. 2012. The status of our ordinary three dimensions in a quantum universe. Noûs 46(3): 525–60. Ney, Alyssa. 2015. Fundamental physical ontologies and the constraint of empirical coherence: a defense of wave function realism. Synthese 192(10): 3105–24. Oaklander, L. Nathan. 1987. Temporal relations and temporal becoming: a defense of a Russellian theory of time. Noûs 21(1): 75

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Is Epistemology Tainted?

References Antony, Louise. 2006. The socialization of epistemology. In Oxford Handbook of Contextual Political Studies , ed. by Robert Goodin and Charles Tilley. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Armstrong, Joshua and Stanley, Jason. 2011. Singular thoughts and singular propositions. Philosophical Studies 154(2): 205-222. Blome-Tillmann, Michael. 2009. Epistemic contextualism, subject-sensitive invariantism, and the interaction of ‘knowledge’-ascriptions with modal and temporal embeddings. Philosophical and Phenomonological Research 79

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Can the Unconscious Image Save “No Overflow”?

–75. Borst, Gregoire; Ganis, Georgio; Thompson, William; Kosslyn, Stephen. 2012. Representations in mental imagery and working memory: evidence from different types of visual masks. Memory and Cognition 40(2): 204–17. Brockmole, James; Wang, Ranxiao Frances; Irwin, David. 2002. Temporal integration between visual images and visual percepts. Journal of Experimental Psychology 28: 315–34. Brogaard, Berit; Gatzia, Dimitria. 2017. Unconscious imagination and the mental imagery debate. Frontiers in Psychology 8(799): 1–14. Bronfman, Zohar; Brezis, Noam

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Mirror Neurons, Husserl, and Enactivism: An Analysis of Phenomenological Compatibility

: Northwestern University Press. Mohanty, J. (2005). Husserl’s concept of intentionality. In R. Bernet, D. Welton, & G. Zavota (Eds.) Edmund Husserl: Critical assessments of leading philosophers: The nexus of phenomena: intentionality, perception, and temporality. (Vol. 3). London: Routledge. Ramachandran, V. S. (2000). Mirror neurons and imitation learning as the driving force behind “the great leap forward” in human evolution. Edge. Retrieved from: Ratcliffe, M

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