Metacognition — 3:16

Joelle Proust interviewed by Richard Marshall.

Joëlle Proust is a Janus-faced mutant naturalistic philosopher of metacognition. She broods on what metacognition is, on two different ways ‘meta’ could be used, the problem with attributivism, on the mistake of thinking mental and ordinary action have the same normative structure, on how ‘acceptance’ can help brng out the relevant contrast, on where she parts company with Cohen and Stalnaker, on whether non-human animals can mind read, on why Peter Carruthers is wrong to conflate mind-reading with metacognition, on the evidence that non-human…

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Walter Veit

Walter Veit

Scientist, philosopher, and writer at the University of Sydney. Homepage: walterveit.com | You can follow me on https://www.facebook.com/WalterVeitOfficialPage