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Author: Aleš Oblak

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Bio Note: Aleš Oblak is currently working on his master’s thesis within The Middle European Master’s Programme in Cognitive Science at the University of Ljubljana. His background is in linguistics, but now he is focusing on the phenomenology of memory, specifically on the experiential structure of mnemonic representations in working memory. His main interests are neurophenomenology, epistemology, philosophy of science, and research methodologies.
Affiliation: University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
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Oblak A. & Kordeš U. (2018) Neurophenomenology: Ontological remedy for the hard problem? Constructivist Foundations 14(1): 59–61. http://constructivist.info/14/1/059

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