Dialogues on Disability – Joshua Knobe

I’m really late posting this, so many readers will no doubt have already seen it. (I’ve been a bit preoccupied by current events of late..) But better late than never – Shelley’s latest installment in her series of interviews with disabled philosophers is out. This time, she chats to Joshua Knobe about experimental philosophy, the nature of the self, and more.

My guest today is Joshua Knobe. Josh is a professor of philosophy and cognitive science at Yale. Most of his research is in experimental philosophy. Though Josh tried his best in this interview to focus on more intellectual topics, what he is really most excited about these days is his five-year-old daughter Zoe.

You can read the complete interview here.

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