Metacognition in Glass


London-based artist Cathryn Shilling took the fMRI images from our Journal of Neuroscience metacognition paper and created a splendid art installation.

Metacognition in glass
Sustained representation of perspectival shape

Vision Science Meets Philosophy


Forbes, Nautilus, Publico and the science podcast The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe, among other venues, featured our PNAS paper in which we use vision science to address a centuries-old philosophical problem on the representation of perspectival shapes. Bonus: MC Hammer (yes, really!) tweeted out our paper too!

Philosophy of Perception in the Lab


Jorge contributed to the Brains Blog’s Cognitive Science and Philosophy Symposium with a post titled “Philosophy of Perception in the Laboratory”.

The Brains Blog

Dialogue on the Science of Subjectivity


Elizabeth Fernandez—host of the science and society podcast Spark Dialogue—talked to Jorge about the philosophy and science of subjectivity and how our brains help us see the world around us.

The Prefrontal Cortex & Consciousness


The Brains Blog and the journal Mind & Language organized a symposium on Jorge’s and his collaborator Matthias Michel’s article “Minority Reports: Consciousness and the Prefrontal Cortex” with commentaries by cognitive scientists and philosophers.

The Brains Blog

Philosophy & the Science of Consciousness


Jorge was interviewed about his work by Richard Brown—philosophy professor at CUNY and host of the interview series Consciousness Live!.