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The Splintered Mind

reflections in philosophy of psychology, broadly construed.

  • By Eric Schwitzgebel
  • Roughly one post per week
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Most recent posts

Could We Eventually Have Moral Obligations to Non-Conscious Artificial Microbes?
The field of Artificial Life (ALife) aims to create artificial life forms with increasing levels of sophistication from the bottom up. A few years ago, ALife researcher Olaf Witkowski and I began talking about whether …
On , by Eric Schwitzgebel, 616 words
Formal Decision Theory Is an Optional Tool That Breaks When Values are Huge
Formal decision theory is a tool -- a tool that breaks, a tool we can do without, a tool we optionally deploy and can sometimes choose to violate without irrationality. If it leads to paradox …
On , by Eric Schwitzgebel, 1,289 words
AI and Democracy: The Radical Future
In about 45 minutes (12:30 pm Pacific Daylight Time, hybrid format), I'll be commenting on Mark Coeckelbergh's presentation here at UCR on AI and Democracy (info and registration here). I'm not sure what he'll say, …
On , by Eric Schwitzgebel, 1,121 words