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Yoel and Mickey welcome Nina Strohminger, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies & Business Ethics at the Wharton School of Business, to the show. Nina delivers entertaining takes on digust and morality, the true self, adventures in academia, and writing heroic book reviews. Do incidental emotions reliably impact decision making? What aspect of mind is at the core of one's identity? Which neurodegenerative diseases are the most difficult for caregivers to cope with? What does Nina really think about Colin McGinn's book, The Meaning of Disgust?
Bonus: What is worse: pop-psychology or pop-philosophy?
Special Guest: Nina Strohminger.
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- Home/Neuigkeiten - Helios-Braustelle
- Why We love to be grossed out
- Disgust Talked About - Strohminger - 2014 - Philosophy Compass - Wiley Online Library
- Would You Rather Lose Your Morals or Your Memory? | The New Republic
- Neurodegeneration and Identity - Nina Strohminger, Shaun Nichols, 2015
- Author Reply: Grasping the Nebula: Inelegant Theories for Messy Phenomena - Nina Strohminger, 2014
- An Exchange on Disgust - Daily Nous
- The Meaning of Disgust: A Refutation
- (5) 乇乂ㄒ尺卂 ㄒ卄丨匚匚 (VIII) (@NinaStrohminger) / Twitter