Edward Baggs

DIAS Fellow of Humanities, Assistants Professor at the Department for Language and Communication

Edward Baggs
02/03 2022
12:15-13:15, DIAS Auditorie (V24-501a-0)
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About Edward Baggs

Edward Baggs completed his Ph.D in 2015 at the University of Edinburgh, in the School of Informatics. He was a Marie Curie postdoctoral fellow at University College London’s Bartlett School of Architecture, as part of which he also spent two years as visiting fellow in Psychology at the University of Cincinnati. He was then a postdoctoral fellow at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario.

His main interest is in the psychology of how humans and other animals perform tasks within social interactions, within an environment that is populated with other animals. This interest has led him to work on fundamental philosophical problems such as how it is that separate individual animals can perceive the same shared world. It has also led him to work on specific problems ranging from language development in childhood to the design of urban infrastructure and buildings.


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