You are talking anglo-american analytical philosophy.
I'm phenomenology, existentialism, semiotics, hermeneutics,
and post modernism. So I'm more firmly in the contemporary
I'm more hermeneutic than anything else. But my PhD thesis was on
narrative and the self. So I was into issues of identity and self, but not
quite how that is perceived in the more scientistic (and materialistic)
veins of contemporary philosophy.
I'm not sure "neurophilosophy" existed when I was in grad school,
but I can see where it is coming from.
What draws you to it?
Feel free to PM me.
Though this does fit in "Everything and Nothing"