Tom Feldges is a PhD student at the University of Hull. For his thesis, he takes scientific explanations of the brain as a point of departure to contrast them with an apparent inability to account for consciousness. He aims to analyse Francisco Varela’s proposal to blend Husserl’s phenomenology with scientific methods in relation to its underlying theoretical assumptions to assess if Varela’s proposal can work. Josh N.W. Gray is a PhD student at the University of Hull. His main interest is Ludwig Wittgenstein’s later philosophy, especially in relation to subjectivity and intersubjectivity. His research centres on taking an innovative approach to Wittgenstein-interpretation by turning towards phenomenology, using, especially, the work of Martin Heidegger and Maurice Merleau-Ponty.Stephen Burwood has taught Philosophy at the University of Hull for more than twenty years. He considers himself to be a generalist in philosophy, though his main research interests are in the philosophy of mind and embodied subjectivity, the philosophy of education and the later Wittgenstein. He is the author (with Paul Gilbert and Kathleen Lennon) of Philosophy of Mind (UCL Press, 1998) and (with Paul Gilbert and Søren Overgaard) of An Introduction to Metaphilsophy (Cambridge University Press, 2013).