Bryce Huebner is a Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Georgetown University. He is primarily interested in questions about the structure of human cognition and agency, the different kinds of minds we find in our world, and the implications of cognitive scientific research for ethical theorizing. 

By drawing upon tools from the cognitive and biological sciences, and by taking inspiration from the work of a wide range of philosophers (from Benedict de Spinoza, to Śāntideva, to Emma Goldman and Paulo Friere), he aims to develop a theory of distributed and situated cognition, which can provide a better account of the shared world in which we live. 

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