I'm a philosopher of mind.

Most of my work is also connected to value theory, epistemology, metaphysics, or cognitive science.

I received​ my PhD from New York University in 2019. Before that, I studied Philosophy and Cognitive Science at Brown University.

In 2019-20, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Rice University through its Value of Consciousness project.

From 2020-24, I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oslo through its ConsciousBrainConcepts project.

During 2020-21, I will be a Postdoctoral Fellow at Australian National University through its Centre for Consciousness.

My main research projects focus on:

  1. the formal structure of conscious experiences.

  2. a consciousness-first approach to value theory.

Manuscripts

Is Consciousness Continuous?

The Value of Life Itself

Consciousness Makes Things Matte

How We Know Pain Is Bad<

Objective Phenomenology

First-Person Technology

The Structure of Analog Representation

Co-authors: Gabriel Rabin & Joshua Myers

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You can reach me at andrew.yuan.lee@gmail.com.

Here is my​ CV.

You can also find me on PhilPeople.

Publications

Modeling Mental Qualities

* Forthcoming in the Philosophical Review

 

The Microstructure of Experience

Journal of the American Philosophical Association

2019, 5 (3):286–305</h2

 

Is Consciousness Intrinsically Valuable?

Philosophical Studies

2018, 175 (1):1–17</

Commentaries

Does sentience come in degrees?

Animal Sentience

2020, 29 (20)