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Henry Shevlin

Research Fellow; Course Co-lead (MSt)

Biography

Henry Shevlin (PhD, CUNY Graduate Center, 2016; BPhil, Oxford, 2009) is a Research Fellow with the Kinds of Intelligence programme and Course Co-lead of the MSt AI Ethics and Society. His work focuses on issues at the intersection of philosophy of mind, cognitive science, and animal cognition, with a particular emphasis on perception, memory, and desire. Since 2015, he has been serving as a student committee member of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. For more more information on his research, visit www.henryshevlin.com

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