I originally came to Warwick as a research fellow in the HRB (now AHRC) Project on Consciousness and Self-Consciousness, after a year as Jacobsen research fellow at King's College London. I have also been co-director of the Warwick-based AHRC Project on Causal Understanding. I have a DPhil from Oxford University, and MAs from Sussex University (in Philosophy and Cognitive Science) and from the Munich School of Philosophy (in Philosophy), where I also obtained my BA.
I work on a number of different issues in the philosophy of mind and philosophy of psychology. One specific interest of mine are philosophical questions about the nature of temporal experience, memory, and our ability to think about time. Some of my work in this area lies at the interface between philosophy and psychology, but it also engages with figures from across the history of philosophy who wrote about time. I am keen to supervise PhD research on these issues, as well as on other issues in the philosophy of mind, metaphysics and epistemology.
If you want to hear me talk about some of my research, here I present some material that has since been published in the European Journal of Philosophy under the title 'Seeing motion and apparent motion'; and here I explain some arguments that have made their way into the paper 'Do we (seem to) perceive passage?', published in Philosophical Explorations.
You can find me on academia.edu, and on philpapers.org. I don't have a twitter account or facebook page, but if you are interested in studying or doing research at Warwick, please send an email to C dot Hoerl at warwick dot ac dot uk, and I'll be happy to respond.
(click here for a list of all publications)
- Hoerl, C. (1998). The perception of time and the notion of a point of view, European Journal of Philosophy 6, pp. 156-171.
- Hoerl, C. (1999). Memory, amnesia, and the past, Mind & Language 14, pp. 227-251.
- McCormack, T. & Hoerl, C. (1999). Memory and temporal perspective: The role of temporal frameworks in memory development, Developmental Review 19, pp. 154-182.
- Hoerl, C. (2001). The phenomenology of episodic recall, In: C. Hoerl & T. McCormack (eds.): Time and Memory: Issues in Philosophy and Psychology, Oxford University Press, pp. 315-335.
- Hoerl, C. (2001). On thought insertion, Philosophy, Psychiatry, Psychology 8, (Special Issue ‘On Understanding and Explaining Schizophrenia’, ed. C. Hoerl), pp. 83-88 & 189-200.
- Hoerl, C. & McCormack, T. (2005). Joint reminiscing as joint attention to the past. In: N. Eilan, C. Hoerl, T. McCormack & J. Roessler (eds.): Joint Attention, Communication and Other Minds: Issues in Philosophy and Psychology, Oxford University Press, pp. 260-286.
- McCormack, T. & Hoerl, C. (2005). Children’s reasoning about the causal significance of the temporal order of events. Developmental Psychology 41, pp. 54-63.
- Hoerl, C. (2007). Episodic memory, autobiographical memory, narrative: On three key notions in current cpproaches to memory development. Philosophical Psychology 20, pp. 621-640. [published version]
- McCormack, T. & Hoerl, C. (2007). Young children’s reasoning about the order of past events. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 98, pp. 168–183.
- Hoerl, C. (2008). On being stuck in time. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 7, pp. 485-500. [published version]
- Hoerl, C. (2009). Time and tense in perceptual experience. Philosophers’ Imprint 9, no. 12.
- Hoerl, C. (2011). Causal reasoning. Philosophical Studies 152, pp. 167-179. [published version]
- Hoerl, C. & McCormack, T. (2011). Time in cognitive development. In: C. Callender (ed.): The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Time. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 439-459.
- Hoerl, C. (2011). Perception, causal understanding and locality. In: J. Roessler, H. Lerman & J. N. Eilan (eds.): Perception, Causation, and Objectivity. Oxford University Press, pp. 207-228.
- Hoerl, C. (2013). Husserl, the absolute flow, and temporal experience. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 86, pp. 376-411.
- Hoerl, C. (2013). Jaspers on explaining and understanding in psychiatry. In: G. Stanghellini & T. Fuchs (eds.) One Century of Karl Jaspers' General Psychopathology. Oxford University Press, pp. 107-120.
- Hoerl, C. (2013). "A succession of feelings, in and of itself, is not a feeling of succession". Mind 122, pp. 373-417.
- Hoerl, C. (2014). Do we (seem to) perceive passage? Philosophical Explorations 17, pp. 188-202.
- Hoerl, C. (2014). Remembering events and remembering looks. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 5, pp. 351-372. (special issue on episodic memory, ed. D. Perrin) [published version]
- Hoerl, C. (2014). Time and the domain of consciousness. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1326 (Flow of Time), pp. 90–96.
- Hoerl, C. (2015). Seeing motion and apparent motion. European Journal of Philosophy 23 (3), pp. 676-702.
- Hoerl, C. (2015). Tense and the psychology of relief. Topoi 34, pp. 217-231. (special issue on time and time experience, eds. G. Torrengo & R. Ciuni).
- Hoerl, C. (forthcoming). Writing on the page of consciousness. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society CXV (3). [draft]
- Hoerl, C. & McCormack, T. (fortcoming): Making decisions about the future: Regret and the cognitive function of episodic memory. In: K. Michaelian, S.B. Klein & K. Szpunar (eds.): Seeing the future: Theoretical perspectives on future-oriented mental time travel. Oxford University Pess.
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