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A podcast about the philosophy of cognitive science and the cognitive science of philosophy.

A podcast about the philosophy of cognitive science and the cognitive science of philosophy.
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United States

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A podcast about the philosophy of cognitive science and the cognitive science of philosophy.

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@byrd_nick

Language:

English

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Episodes

Ep. 3 - Not All Who Ponder Count Costs

9/2/2019
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Welcome to the third episode of Upon Reflection, a podcast about what we think as well as how and why we think it. In this podcast, I'll be reading my paper about moral dilemmas entitled, "Not all who ponder count costs: Arithmetic reflection predicts utilitarian tendencies, but logical reflection predicts both deontological and utilitarian tendencies". In this paper we find that—contrary to some dual process theories' claims—consequentialist responses to moral dilemmas may not be more...

Duration:01:19:34

Ep. 2 - What We Can Infer About Implicit Bias From Debiasing Experiments

8/19/2019
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Welcome to the second episode of Upon Reflection, a podcast about what we think as well as how and why we think it. In this podcast, I'll be reading my paper entitled, "What We Can (And Can't) Infer About Implicit Bias From Debiasing Experiments". I argue that implicit bias is not entirely unconscious or involuntary, but it probably is associative. As with all of my papers, the free preprint of the paper can be found on my CV at byrdnick.com/cv under "Publications". If this sounds like the...

Duration:00:53:22

Episode 1 - Welcome to Upon Reflection with Nick Byrd

7/29/2019
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Welcome to the first, introductory episode of Upon Reflection, a podcast about the philosophy of cognitive science and the cognitive science of philosophy. In this podcast I'll be sharing my own and others' research with you. For instance, I'll talk about the differences between intuition and reflection and how intuitive reasoning predicts different philosophical beliefs than reflective reasoning. I'll also discuss topics like implicit bias and how—contrary to what you may have...

Duration:00:01:24