Sharot and Sunstein propose a framework of information-seeking, whereby individuals decide to seek or avoid information based on combined estimates of the potential impact of information on their action, affect and cognition.
Walter ValdevinoHow people decide what they want to know - Tali Sharot & Cass R. Sunstein | Nature Human Behaviour, volume 4, pp. 14–19 (2020), Published: 13 January 2020
Discussions about biological individuality and immunogenicity continue the long history of dialogue between philosophers and immunologists.
Walter ValdevinoPhilosophy of Biology: Immunology and individuality - Thomas Pradeu (@pradeu) (Université de Bordeaux; Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne), Immunology and Inflammation, Apr 5, 2019
Regia Rini is the Canada Research Chair in Philosophy of Moral and Social Cognition at the York University. Her research resides at the intersections of moral philosophy, psychology, and political epistemology. She also publishes popular work on...
Walter ValdevinoIs social media killing democracy? — Regina Rini (York) talks about it with Robert Talisse (Vanderbilt)
Walter ValdevinoPolitical differences in free will belief are driven by differences in moralization - Cory Clark, Jim Everett, Jamie B Luguri, Brian Earp, Peter H Ditto & Azim Shariff (August 01, 2017)