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).
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
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