“As close to state-funded psychedelic drugs as you can get“. 5* review of Dreamachine in The Guardian. Reserve your free tickets now (London, Cardiff).
“engaging and accessible” … “it is a compelling picture”, new review of Being You in the Times Literary Supplement, by master illusionist Keith Frankish
“After decades of research into the mysteries of consciousness, the British academic has reached a radical conclusion – by way of meditation, surfing and a DIY “dream machine”.” New profile of me in this week’s New Statesman.
What’s so hard about understanding consciousness? My conversation with Antonio Damasio, hosted by Kristen French of Nautilus, is out now.
Simulating homeostatic, allostatic and goal-directed forms of interoceptive control using active inference – new in Biological Psychology, led by Alec Tschantz and Giovanni Pezzulo, with me, Laura Barca, Domenico Maisto, and Chris Buckley.
Just out in Nature Communications: A comment by Ehrsson et al, and our response (w/ Pete Lush), on the relation between the the rubber hand illusion and phenomenological control. In which they disagree with us, and we disagree with them.
“Lucid, engaging … awe inspiring and humane.” Being You is one of New Statesman’s 20 essential reads of 2021, across all categories. I could never have imagined sharing a list with Kazuo Ishiguro – but here we are!