Philip Robbins

Philip Robbins
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies & Admissions
418 Strickland Hall
573-882-2764
Faculty
Education

PhD University of Chicago

Research

Social Cognition, Moral Psychology, Cognitive Architecture

Select Publications

"Crime, punishment, and causation: The effect of etiological information on the perception of moral agency" (with P. Litton), Psychology, Public Policy, and Law (2018)

"Modularity of Mind," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2017)

"Philosophizing the social brain," Cognitive Systems Research (2015)

"More than a feeling: Counterintuitive effects of compassion on moral judgment" (with A. I. Jack et al.), in J. Sytsma (ed.), Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind, Bloomsbury Academic (2014)

"Modularity and mental architecture," WIREs Cognitive Science (2013)

"The phenomenal stance revisited" (with A. I. Jack), Review of Philosophy and Psychology (2012)

"Experimental philosophy" (with J. Knobe et al.), Annual Review of Psychology (2012)

The Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition (edited, with M. Aydede). Cambridge University Press (2009)

"A short primer on situated cognition" (with M. Aydede), in The Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition. Cambridge University Press (2009)

"Consciousness and the social mind," Cognitive Systems Research (2008)

"Minimalism and modularity," in G. Preyer and G. Peter (eds.), Context-Sensitivity and Semantic Minimalism. Oxford University Press (2007)

"The ins and outs of introspection," Philosophy Compass (2006)

"The phenomenal stance" (with A. I. Jack), Philosophical Studies, 127 (2006)

"The myth of reverse compositionality," Philosophical Studies, 125 (2005)

Office Hours

Monday 1:00-2:00 pm and by appointment