Executive Council Faculty

Philosophy

  • Thony Gillies

    I work on stuff about how rational(ish) but imperfectly informed agents like us communicate about and operate in an unpredictable world like ours full of other agents. I like proving things (if it’s not too hard) so I tend to be interested in formal models of said stuff. I also have a hobby interest in various parts of the decision sciences.

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  • Ernest Lepore

    Philosophy of language and philosophy of mind.

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  • Brian McLaughlin

    The nature of cognitive architecture, including the connectionism/classicism debate; psychosemantics and the theory of meaning for mental representations.

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  • Paul Pietroski

    What are meanings? How are they related to concepts, grammatical structure, logical structure, and truth?

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  • Susanna Schellenberg

    Perceptual content and mental content more generally, attention, perceptual evidence, the relationship between the phenomenological and epistemological role of perceptual experience, the situation-dependency of perceptual experience, imagination, mental capacities.

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  • Stephen Stich

    Nature and viability of commonsense (or "folk") psychology, moral cognition & moral reasoning and rationality.

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