Jobs for Experimental Philosophers (Updated)

One of the great things about working in experimental philosophy is getting a chance to see all of the amazing stuff coming out of very junior researchers. As a faculty member, I sometimes feel that
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One of the great things about working in experimental philosophy is getting a chance to see all of the amazing stuff coming out of very junior researchers. As a faculty member, I sometimes feel that I am already kind of peripheral to the field and that the most cutting edge research is all being done by grad students.  In part for that reason, I was thinking that it might be a good idea to put up a quick post congratulating some of the more junior researchers in experimental philosophy who got jobs this year. So below is a list of people who have done work in experimental philosophy, relatively narrowly construed, along with some information about the experimental work they have been doing. (Note that many of these people have done lots of other research, in addition to the experimental philosophy papers I mention here.) Mike Bruno was hired by Mississippi State University. He has an experimental paper on intuitions about personal identity and one that reports a cross-cultural study. . .

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