Dr O’Dea is managing the Tokyo logistics for this event. He has a PhD in Philosophy from Monash University, Melbourne, and is an Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo. From an analytic philosophy perspective, O’Dea (pronounced Oh Day) investigates the phenomenology and content of perceptual experience.
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This conference is supported by JSPS Kakenhi grant number 16K02109.