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Post-doctoral researcher

Vilius Dranseika, PhD

Vilius Dranseika, PhD

email: vilius.dranseika@uj.edu.pl
personal website: www.dranseika.lt
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Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics
Jagiellonian University

address: 52 Grodzka Street, room 21, 31-044 Kraków

 

My research is focused on psychological underpinnings of philosophical concepts and theories. Recently, the main themes of my work are personal identity, beginning and end of life, and memory. I hold a PhD in Philosophy from the Centre for Philosophy of Memory, Grenoble Alpes University, France.

I edit Experimental Philosophy: Persons on philpapers.

Recent (2020-now) publications:

Dranseika V., Nichols S., Shoemaker D. (forthcoming) The identity of what? Pluralism, practical interests, and individuation. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.

Brussels Collaboration on Bodily Integrity (inc. Dranseika V. as a member of the Collaboration). (forthcoming). Genital modifications in prepubescent minors: When may clinicians ethically proceed? American Journal of Bioethics.

Neiders I., Dranseika V. (forthcoming). The case for pluralism in death determination: From empirical data to a policy proposalJournal of Medicine and Philosophy.

Dranseika V. (forthcoming). Folk beliefs about phenomenological differences and similarities between kinds of mental states. In: D. Gregory and K. Michaelian (eds.) Dreaming and Memory: Philosophical Issues. Springer.

Neiders I., Dranseika V. (forthcoming). Is “terminally ill self-killing” suicide? Clinical Ethics.

Berniūnas, R., Beinorius, A., Dranseika, V., Silius, V., Rimkevičius, P. (forthcoming). Being prosocial and happy, and believing in life-determining forces across cultures. Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science.

Dranseika V. (2024). Two ships of TheseusSynthese 203: 201.

Dranseika V., Neiders I., Earp B. (2024). Time for bioethics to end talk of personhood (but only in the philosophers’ sense)The American Journal of Bioethics. 24(1): 32–35.

Sant'Anna A., Dranseika V. (2024). Does Macbeth see a dagger? An empirical argument for the existence-neutrality of seeingErkenntnis.  89(2): 641–664.

Lewis I., Dranseika V., Holm S. (2023). Stop agonising over informed consent when researchers use crowdsourcing platforms to conduct survey researchClinical Ethics. 18(4): 343–346.

Neiders I., Dranseika V. (2023). Death and personal identity: An empirical study on folk metaphysics. In: K. Hens and A. De Block (eds.) Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Medicine. Bloomsbury: 191–213.

Dranseika V., Nichols, S., Strohminger N. (2023). Which kind of sameness? Disambiguating two senses of identity with a novel linguistic taskCognition. 238: 105545.

Berniūnas, R., Beinorius, A., Dranseika, V., Silius, V., Rimkevičius, P. (2023). Bound to share or not to care. The force of fate, gods, luck, chance and choice across culturesJournal of Cognition and Culture. 23(3-4): 451–475.

Bystranowski P., Dranseika V., Żuradzki T. (2022). The disconnection that wasn’t: Philosophy in modern bioethics from a quantitative perspective. The American Journal of Bioethics. 22(12): 36–40.

Hannikainen I., Tobia K., de Almeida G., … Dranseika V., … et al. (2022). Coordination and expertise foster legal textualismPNAS. 119(44): e2206531119.

Bystranowski P., Dranseika V., Żuradzki T. (2022). Half a century of bioethics and philosophy of medicine. A topic-modeling studyBioethics. 36(9): 902–925.

Żuradzki T., Dranseika V. (2022). Reasons to genome edit and metaphysical essentialism about human identity. The American Journal of Bioethics. 22(9): 34–36.

Dranseika V. (2022). Memory as evidence of personal identity. A study on reincarnation beliefs. In: K. Tobia (ed.) Experimental Philosophy of Identity and the Self. Bloomsbury: 127–142.

Berniūnas R., Silius V., Dranseika V. (2022). Moralization East and West: Moralizing different transgressions among Chinese, Americans and LithuaniansAsian Journal of Social Psychology. 25(2): 185–197.

Mikalonytė E. S., Dranseika V. (2022). The role of teleological thinking in judgments of persistence of musical worksThe Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. 80(1): 42–57.

Michaelian K., Dranseika V., Álvarez J. (2021). Experimental philosophy of memoryActa Scientiarum. Human and Social Sciences. 43: e60875.

Dranseika V., McCarroll Ch., Michaelian K. (2021). Are observer memories (accurate) memories? Insights from experimental philosophyConsciousness and Cognition. 96: 103240.

Hannikainen I., Tobia K., de Almeida G., Donelson R., Dranseika V. et al. (2021). Are there cross-cultural legal principles? Modal reasoning uncovers procedural constraints on lawCognitive Science. 45(8): e13024.

Piasecki J., Żarek-Walkiewicz E., Figas-Skrzypulec J., Kordecka A., Dranseika V. (2021). Ethical issues in biomedical research using electronic health records: A systematic reviewMedicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 24: 633–658.

Earp B., Lewis J., Dranseika V., Hannikainen I. (2021). Experimental philosophical bioethics and normative inferenceTheoretical Medicine & Bioethics. 42(3-4): 91–111.

Lin Y.-T., Dranseika V., (2021). The variety and limits of self-experience and identification in imaginationSynthese. 199: 9897–9926.

Piasecki J., Dranseika V. (2021). Balancing professional obligations and risks to providers in learning healthcare systemsJournal of Medical Ethics. 47: 413–416

Cova F., Strickland B., Abatista A., … Dranseika V., … et al. (2021). Estimating the reproducibility of experimental philosophyReview of Philosophy and Psychology. 12: 9–44.

Dranseika V.. (2021). Authenticity, self-defining memories, and the direction of changeAJOB Neuroscience. 12(1): 48–49.

Berniūnas R., Beinorius A., Dranseika V., Silius V., Rimkevičius P. (2021). The weirdness of belief in free willConsciousness and Cognition. 87: 103054.

Lieberoth A., Lin Sh. Y., Stöckli, S.… Dranseika V. (as a member of The COVIDiSTRESS global survey consortium), … et al. (2021). Stress and worry in the 2020 coronavirus pandemic: relationships to trust and compliance with preventive measures across 48 countries in the COVIDiSTRESS global survey. Royal Society Open Science. 8: 200589.

Yamada Y., Ćepulić D., Coll-Martín T., … Dranseika V. (as a member of The COVIDiSTRESS global survey consortium), … et al. (2021). COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey dataset on psychological and behavioural consequences of the COVID-19 outbreakScientific Data. 8: 3.

Mikalonytė E.S., Dranseika V. (2020). Intuitions on the individuation of musical works. An empirical studyThe British Journal of Aesthetics. 60(3): 253–282.

Neiders I., Dranseika V. (2020). Minds, brains, and hearts: An empirical study on pluralism concerning death determinationMonash Bioethics Review. 38(1): 35–48.

Earp B. D., Demaree-Cotton J., Dunn M., Dranseika V., … et al. (2020). Empirical philosophical bioethicsAJOB Empirical Bioethics. 11(1): 30–33.

Berniūnas R., Dranseika V., Tserendamba D. (2020). Between Karma and Buddha: Prosocial behavior among Mongolians in an anonymous economic gameThe International Journal for the Psychology of Religion. 30(2): 142–160.

Dranseika V. (2020). False memories and quasi-memories are memories. In: T. Lombrozo, S. Nichols and J. Knobe (eds.). Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy, Vol. 3: 175–188.

Rose D., Machery E., Stich S., … Dranseika V., … et al. (2020). The Ship of Theseus puzzle. In: T. Lombrozo, S. Nichols and J. Knobe (eds.) Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosophy, Vol. 3: 158–174.

Dranseika V., Dagys J., Berniunas R. (2020). Proper names, rigidity, and empirical studies on judgments of identity across transformationsTopoi. 39(2): 381–388.

Dranseika V., Piasecki J. (2020). Transparent defaults and consent for participation in a learning healthcare system. An empirical studyJournal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics. 15(4): 261–270.

Landy J. F., Jia M., Ding I. L., … Dranseika V. (as a member of The Crowdsourcing Hypothesis Tests Collaboration), … et al. (2020). Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research resultsPsychological Bulletin. 146(5): 451–479.