Gabrielle Jackson

Gabrielle Jackson

I am a Visiting Assistant Professor at Stanford University, and formerly Assistant Professor at SUNY Stony Brook.  I work in the areas of phenomenology, philosophy of mind, and feminist philosophy. 

My research concerns the relationship between mind and body, specifically how our mental capacities are shaped by our motor abilities.  My articles have appeared in Phenomenology and the Cognitive SciencesEuropean Journal of Philosophy, and British Journal for the History of Philosophy, and I am finishing a book manuscript that addresses the question of what lesion studies tell us about normal life entitled What Can We Learn about the Normal from the Pathological?


PHI 132/232: Phenomenology: Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception
PHI 134A/234A: Animals
PHI 134/234: Phenomenology: Edmund Husserl’s Cartesian Meditations
PHI 85: Philosophy of Medicine


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