- BA, Stanford University
- PhD, Princeton University
Benj Hellie’s research interests include philosophy of mind (consciousness, rationality, intentionality, perception, action, personal identity, interpretation, physicalism); epistemology and philosophical semantics (traditional and formal); and the history of analytical philosophy.
Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind
- Conscious Life, OUP, forthcoming.
- ‘There it is’, Philosophical Issues, 2011.
- ‘An externalist’s guide to inner experience’, Perceiving the World, Bence Nanay, editor, OUP, 2010.
- ‘The multidisjunctive conception of hallucination’, Hallucination, Fiona Macpherson, editor, MIT, 2011.
- ‘That which makes the sensation of blue a mental fact: Moore on phenomenal relationism’, The European Journal of Philosophy, 2007.
- ‘There’s something it’s like’ and the structure of consciousness’, The Philosophical Review, 2007.
- ‘Noise and perceptual indiscriminability’, Mind, 2005.