Saku Hara

Saku Hara
Affiliation Visiting Researcher, Tamagawa University Brain Science Institute, Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University
Position Title Associate Professor
Field of Specialization Neurophilosophy, Neuroethics, Neuroliteracy
Research Keywords Rationality, Self
Professional Affiliation The Philosophical Association of Japan, The Japan Society for Ethics, Philosophy of Science Society Japan, Japan Association for Philosophy of Science


  • The Phenomenal Theory of Representational Content: A Similarity-Based Approach, Hara, S., Proceedings of the 1st BESETO Conference of Philosophy, 2007, 58 - 68


  • Media Violence within the Framework of Biomedical Ethics: Why Hurley’s Argument Fails., Hara, S(K.Ishihara & S.Majima : eds.), Applied Ethics: Perspectives from Asia and Beyond. Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University, 2008

International Conferences

  • S.Hara, M.Yamamoto, The Varieties of Self, Joint Tamagawa University/Caltech Lecture-course on EMOTION, California Institute of Technology, U.S.A., 2009/02/18
  • Hara, S., Yamamoto, M. , Oral presentation, The Varieties of Self. , Joint Tamagawa University/Caltech Lecture-course on EMOTION. , California Institute of Technology, 2009/02/18
  • S.Hara, Phenomenal Theory of Representational Content, The XXII World Congress of Philosophy, Round Table ”Frontiers of Cognitive Neurophilosophy of Consciousness.”, Seoul, 2008/08/02

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