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Tiina C Rosenqvist is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Dartmouth Society of Fellows with an affiliation with the Department of Philosophy. She completed her PhD in philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania in 2023. Her current focus is empirically-guided philosophy of visual perception, though she is interested in a wide variety of issues having to do with how humans and other animals perceive, think about, and interact with their environments. She likes to think about color and pain, about the connections between intellectual traditions, and about how we should approach metaphysical and epistemological questions relating to perception and cognition.
"Seeing with color: Psychophysics and the function of color vision," Synthese 202, 20 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-023-04226-y
"Color and Competence: A New View of Color Perception" In: Viejo, J.M., Sanjuán, M. (eds) Life and Mind. Interdisciplinary Evolution Research, vol 8. Springer, Cham (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-30304-3_5
"Philosophy of Color" In: 1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology (2023). https://1000wordphilosophy.com/2023/10/26/philosophy-of-color/
"Pain and Color Perception: A Unified, Agent-centered Account," Midsouth Philosophy Conference, Memphis, TS, USA. 2024.
"Perceptual Competences and the Primary/Secondary Quality Distinction," International Society for the Philosophy of the Sciences of the Mind (ISPSM) Webconference. 2023.
"Pain, Its Function, and Why it Matters," Dartmouth Cognitive Science Program Weekly Speaker Series. 2023.
"Perceptual Competences and the Primary/Secondary Quality Distinction," Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SPP) Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. 2023.
"Pain is not a Bodily Disturbance Detector," Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SSPP) Annual Conference, Louisville, KY, USA. 2023.
"Pain is not a Bodily Disturbance Detector," Philosophy of Biology and Cognitive Sciences (PBCS) XI, University of Salamanca-ECyT, Spain. 2022.
"Seeing with Color: Insights from Psychophysics," The 3rd Context, Cognition and Communication Conference: Varieties of Meaning and Content, University of Warsaw, Poland. 2022.
"Seeing with Color: Insights from Psychophysics," The 3rd Joint Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology (SPP) and the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP), University of Milan, Italy. 2022.
"Seeing with Color: Insights from Psychophysics," Language, Culture and Mind 9: Sensory Experience and Communication, University of Almería, Spain. 2022.
"What (on Earth) Are Color Visual Systems Doing?" Virtual Vision Futures, York University, Canada. 2021 (delivered virtually).
"Color Illusions and the "Competence-Embeddedness" of Color Perception," Philosophy of Biology and Cognitive Sciences (PBCS) X, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain. 2021 (delivered virtually).
"Philosophy of Color: Lessons from Neuroscience?" 6th Annual Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN) Retreat, University of Pennsylvania, USA. 2020.