Alva Noë [home page]
Professor of Philosophy
Office: 232 Moses
Because of social distancing measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings will take place via videoconferencing. Please email me for information on how to set up a meeting.
Office hours: W 2:30-4:00
Phone: (510) 296-5892
Courses for Spring 2020: Seminar: Crisis and Entanglement in Science and Culture
(B.A., Columbia University; B.Phil., University of Oxford; Ph.D., Harvard University). Alva Noë is a philosopher of mind whose research and teaching focus on perception and consciousness, as well as the theory of art (with special attention to dance as well as visual art). Other interests include Phenomenology, Wittgenstein, Kant, and the origins of analytic philosophy, as well as topics in the philosophies of baseball and biology. He is a weekly contributor to National Public Radio’s science blog 13.7: Cosmos and Culture (www.npr.org/13.7).