Eric Lormand

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Lormand

Associate Professor

  • Fields of Study
    • Philosophy of Mind, Cognitive Science, and Language
  • About

    Professor Lormand's research concerns those mental phenomena that inspire philosophical challenges to cognitive science, including consciousness and qualia, self-knowledge, meaning, mental representation, emotions, skills, and rationality. Currently he is working on the epistemic justification of logic, of inference to the best explanation, and of evaluations. He is also interested in pursuing related issues in phenomenology and metaphysics.

  • Education
    • Ph.D., Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990
    • B.A., Philosophy/Cognitive Studies, B.S., Mathematics/Computer Science, Tulane University, 1986