Carolyn Dicey Jennings

the concept of attention

Jennings, C.D. (2012) “The Subject of Attention,” Synthese 189(3): 535–554.

Suchy-Dicey, C.M. and Watanabe, T. (2010) “Re-thinking the active-passive distinction in attention from a philosophical viewpoint,” Journal of Vision 10(7): 218.

attention and perception

Jennings, C.D. (2015) “The Standard Theory of Conscious Perception,” Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society: 986-91.

Jennings, C.D. (2015) “Attention and Perceptual Organization,” Philosophical Studies 172(5): 1265–1278.

attention and consciousness

Jennings, C.D. (2015) “Consciousness without Attention,” Journal of the American Philosophical Association 1(2): 276–295.

Suchy-Dicey, C.M. (2012) “Inductive Parsimony and the Methodological Argument,” Consciousness & Cognition 21(2): 605–609.

Suchy-Dicey, C.M. (2012) “Properly Pragmatic: A Response to Corns and Campbell,” Consciousness & Cognition 21(2): 615–616.

attention and action

Jennings, C.D. and Nanay, B. (2016) “Action without Attention,” Analysis 76(1):29-36.

other and book reviews

Schwitzgebel, E. and Jennings, C.D. (forthcoming) “Women in Philosophy: Quantitative Analyses of Specialization, Prevalence, Visibility, and Generational Change,” Public Affairs Quarterly.

Jennings, C.D. (2015) “Hidden in Plain Sight by Eviatar Zerubavel,” Choice Reviews.

Jennings, C.D. (2014) “Attention by Wayne Wu,” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.

Suchy-Dicey, C.M. (2010) “Review of The Ego Tunnel by Thomas Metzinger,” Journal of Consciousness Studies 17(5-6): 228–232.

Suchy-Dicey, C. (2009) “It Takes Two: Ethical Dualism in the Vegetative State,” Neuroethics 2: 125–136.