responsibility and punishment — 3:16

Katrina Sifferd interviewed by Richard Marshall.

[Photo: Marcela Rafea Photography]

Katrina Sifferd is a funky philosopher of law and stuff, and is always brooding on what difference eliminating folk psychology would have on criminal law, on what’s wrong with the scientific viewpoint regarding this issue, on making neuroscientific data…




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