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Zoe Drayson

Zoe Drayson is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Davis. She previously held positions at the University of Stirling and the Australian National University. Her research is in philosophy of mind and cognitive science, with a particular focus on approaches to psychological explanation.

PPP Contributions


  • Drayson, Z. (2015) ‘The Philosophy of Phenomenal Consciousness: An Introduction’, in S. Miller (ed.), The Constitution of Phenomenal Consciousness: Toward a Science and Theory, pp.273-292. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company

  • Drayson, Z. (2014) ‘The personal/subpersonal distinction’, Philosophy Compass 9 (5), 338-346

  • Drayson, Z. (2014) ‘Intentional action and the post-coma patient’, Topoi 33 (1), 21-31

  • Drayson, Z. (2012) ‘The uses and abuses of the personal/subpersonal distinction’, Philosophical Perspectives 26 (1), 1-18.

  • Drayson, Z. (2010) ‘Extended cognition and the metaphysics of mind’, Cognitive Systems Research 11 (4), 367-377

  • Drayson, Z. (2009) 'Embodied cognitive science and its implications for psychopathology', Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology 16 (4), 329-340

Online Resources