Philosophical Applications of Cognitive Science
We will discuss the relevance of recent discoveries about the mind to philosophical questions about metaphysics and ethics. The questions include: What is causation? Is there a right way to
carve up the world into categories? Why do we see the world as consisting of objects in places? Is there such a thing as objective right and wrong? Is there such a thing as free will?
Class meets Mondays and Wednesdays at 9.30 AM, in room 202 at 5 Washington Place
Readings can be found on the class NYU Classes site