RESEARCH

Books

1. Letheby, C. Philosophy of Psychedelics. Oxford University Press. Under contract. Anticipated publication date: January 2021.

Book chapters

2. Letheby, C., 2019. The varieties of psychedelic epistemology. In N. Wyrd, D. Luke, A. Tollan, C. Adams, and D. King (eds.) Psychedelicacies: More food for thought from Breaking ConventionStrange Attractor Press. Download post-print (author's accepted manuscript) here.

Peer-reviewed journal articles 

3. Amada, N., Lea, T., Letheby, C., and Shane, J., forthcoming. Narrative self and the psychedelic experience: an exploratory qualitative study. Journal of Consciousness Studies. Accepted March 2020.

4. Letheby, C., 2020. Being for no-one: psychedelic experience and minimal subjectivityPhilosophy and the Mind Sciences 1(1), 5. DOI:10.33735/phimisci.2020.I.47. Open access.

5. Letheby, C., 2017. Naturalizing psychedelic spiritualityZygon 52: 623-642. Download post-print (author's accepted manuscript) here.

6. Letheby, C., and Gerrans, P., 2017. Self unbound: ego dissolution in psychedelic experienceNeuroscience of Consciousness 3. DOI: 10.1093/nc/nix016. Open access.

7. Letheby, C., 2016. The epistemic innocence of psychedelic statesConsciousness and Cognition 39: 28-37. Download post-print (author's accepted manuscript) here.

8. Letheby, C., 2015. The philosophy of psychedelic transformationJournal of Consciousness Studies 22: 170-193. Download post-print (author's accepted manuscript) here.

9. Letheby, C., 2012. In defence of embodied cognition: a reply to Fred AdamsPhenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 11: 403-414. Download post-print (author's accepted manuscript) here.