Volume 12, Number 2
March 2017

Special Issue “Building a Science of Experience”, edited by Camila Valenzuela-Moguillansky, Alejandra Vásquez-Rosati & Alexander Riegler

Cover Art: “Nervous in The Light of Dawn” © Courtney Autumn Martin, 2011, Watercolor and ink, 16 x 20 inches

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Building a Science of Experience: Neurophenomenology and Related Disciplines

Camila Valenzuela-Moguillansky, Alejandra Vásquez-Rosati & Alexander Riegler

Target Article – Neurophenomenology

Enaction as a Lived Experience: Towards a Radical Neurophenomenology

Claire Petitmengin

Open Peer Commentaries

Enacting Enaction: Conceptual Nest or Existential Mutation?

Sebastjan Vörös


Michel Bitbol

Varela as the Uncanny

Yochai Ataria

What Is It Like to Be Conscious? Towards Solving the Hard Problem

John Stewart

Radical Neurophenomenology: We Cannot Solve the Problems Using the Same Kind of Thinking We Used When We Created Them

Aviva Berkovich-Ohana

Author’s Response: Discovering the Microgenesis of the Hard Problem

Claire Petitmengin

Target Article – Neurophenomenology

Modeling Subjects’ Experience While Modeling the Experimental Design: A Mild-Neurophenomenology-Inspired Approach in the Piloting Phase

Constanza Baquedano & Catalina Fabar

Open Peer Commentaries

A Newcomer to the Neurophenomenological Family?

Jean-Michel Roy

Plurality of Consciousness Appearances - Plurality of Methods

Konstantin Pavlov-Pinus

Modelling Subjectivity and Uncertainty in “Real World” Settings

Anna Ciaunica

Author’s Response: Multiple Views in Search of Unifying Models

Constanza Baquedano & Catalina Fabar

Target Article – Neurophenomenology

A First-Person Analysis Using Third-Person Data as a Generative Method: A Case Study of Surprise in Depression

Natalie Depraz, Maria Gyemant & Thomas Desmidt

Open Peer Commentaries

Has the Philosopher’s Stone of the Interaction Between First- and Third-Person Data Finally been Found?

Leon Ciechanowski

Progress in First-Person Method: A Few Steps Forward, a Few Steps Back

Davood G. Gozli

Unforeseen Influences on the Classification of Categories Reflecting the Structure of Experience

Bryony Pierce

On Mutual Enrichment between First- and Third-Person Sciences and Phenomenological Methodology

Toma Strle

Supersizing Third-Person, Downsizing First-Person Approaches?

Sebastjan Vörös

“A New Scientific Phenomenology”? Questions about the Evolution of a Phenomenological Endeavor

Nicolas Zaslawski

Author’s Response: Situating Generative First-Person Analysis within Neuro-, Micro-, Cardio- and Transcendental Phenomenology Natalie Depraz at al.

Natalie Depraz, Maria Gyemant & Thomas Desmidt

Target Article – Neurophenomenology

Body Awareness to Recognize Feelings: The Exploration of a Musical Emotional Experience

Alejandra Vásquez-Rosati

Open Peer Commentaries

Refining the Model for Emotion Research: A 4E Perspective

Dylan van der Schyff

Musical Emotions Emerge from the Interaction of Factors in the Music, the Person, and the Context

Julian Cespedes-Guevara

The Resonant Biology of Emotion

Katherine Peil Kauffman

Author’s Response: Beyond the Boundaries of Third-Person Methods in Emotion Research: The Accuracy of the Micro-Phenomenological Interview

Alejandra Vásquez-Rosati