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Values in Cognitive Science – The Brains Weblog


We’re delighted to announce the following in our collection of Brains Weblog Roundtables. The subject of this dialogue is values in cognitive science!

Please be a part of us and our nice panelists, Sam Liao (College of Puget Sound), Uwe Peters (College of Bonn and Cambridge College), and Morgan Thompson (Bielefeld College), for an ideal dialogue! We discuss concerning the difficulties in finding out value-laden ideas, how values form cognitive science inquiry, controversies surrounding implicit bias, and even some aesthetics!

Please see under for hyperlinks to materials cited within the video. Earlier roundtables will be seen at

Sam Liao

Web site:

Shen-yi Liao and Bryce Huebner. Oppressive issues. Philosophy and Phenomenological Analysis.

Shen-yi Liao and Vanessa Carbonell. Materialized Oppression in Medical Instruments and Applied sciences. American Journal of Bioethics.

Shen-yi Liao and Nat Henson. ‘Extraordinarily Racist’ and ‘Extremely Sexist’: An Empirical Response to the Cost of Conceptual Inflation. Journal of the American Philosophical Affiliation.

Shen-yi Liao, Aaron Meskin, and Joshua Knobe. Twin Character Artwork Ideas. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly.

Uwe Peters

Web site:

Uwe Peters. Algorithmic political bias in synthetic intelligence programs. Philosophy and Expertise.

Morgan Thompson

Web site:

Morgan Thompson. Psychological Analysis on Racial Microaggressions: Neighborhood Science and Idea Explication. In Microaggressions and Philosophy. Eds. Lauren Freeman and Jeanine Weekes Schroer. Routledge.

Liam Kofi Brilliant, Daniel Malinsky, and Morgan Thompson. Causally decoding intersectionality idea. Philosophy of Science.

Different Works Cited:

Robyn Bluhm. Self‐fulfilling prophecies: The affect of gender stereotypes on practical neuroimaging analysis on emotion. Hypatia.

Katherine Phillips. What’s the actual worth of variety in organizations? Questioning our assumptions. In S. Web page (Ed.), The range bonus (pp. 223–245). Princeton: Princeton College Press.

Patricia Hill Collins. Black Feminist Thought: Information, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment. Routledge.

Michael Stuart, David Colaço, and Edouard Machery. P-curving x-phi: Does experimental philosophy have evidential worth? Evaluation.

Different Students Cited:

Peter Carruthers:

Elizabeth Anderson:

Meena Krishnamurthy:  meenakrishnamurthy.internet/

Sally Haslanger:

Bryce Huebner:

Peter Railton:

Edouard Machery:

Jennifer Saul:

Valerie Quickly:

Keith Payne:


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