Apr 13, 2020
Professor Richard Brown is a philosopher at the City University of New York. In particular he is a Professor in the Philosophy Program and an Adjunct Professor in the Psychology Program at LaGuardia Community College. His work is focused on the philosophy of mind, consciousness studies, and the foundations of cognitive science but he also has interests and projects in the philosophy of language, meta-ethics, philosophy of physics, logic and the philosophy of logic, as well as the history of philosophy.
Today we talk with Prof Brown about his work on the consciousness of emotions and "representations of representations"!
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