The Diametric Mind, Philosophy TV, and More

For those of you who haven’t seen it, I wanted to direct your attention to the discussion of recent work by Tony Jack and colleagues on “the diametric mind” at Psychology Today, including the
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For those of you who haven’t seen it, I wanted to direct your attention to the discussion of recent work by Tony Jack and colleagues on “the diametric mind” at Psychology Today, including the chapter “More than a feeling: Counterintuitive effects of compassion on moral judgment” in the recently released volume Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind. This is one of three volumes in a new series from Bloomsbury under series editor James Beebe. The other two volumes are Advances in Experimental Epistemology edited by Beebe and Advances in Experimental Moral Psychology edited by Sarkissian and Wright. Both are excellent and well worth checking out!  Also worth checking out is the new episode of Philosophy TV with Marti and Machery discussing experimental philosophy of reference. This is part of a series of debates involving contributors to another fantastic new volume on x-phi, Current Controversies in Experimental Philosophy edited by Machery and O’Neill.

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