Assistant Professor, Indiana University, Bloomington
Ann-Sophie Barwich is a cognitive scientist and empirical philosopher. She is assistant professor at Indiana University, Bloomington with a joint appointment in the department of history and philosophy of science and medicine and the cognitive science program. She is the author of Smellosophy: What the Nose Tells the Mind (2020).
Thinkers and theories
The lady vanishes
The history of ideas still struggles to remember the names of notable women philosophers. Mary Hesse is a salient example
Cognition and intelligence
It’s hard to fool a nose
Theories of perception are heavily tilted to the visual: we have much to learn from our surprisingly acute sense of smell