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Jenny Judge
Philosopher and musician, New York University

Jenny Judge is a philosopher, musician and writer-at-large whose work has appeared in The Guardian, the Philosopher's Magazine and Medium's subscription programme. She holds a PhD in musicology from the University of Cambridge, and is currently working on a second PhD in philosophy at NYU. Her research interests include the philosophy of mind, cognitive science and aesthetics. When she’s not busy writing words, Jenny plays, sings and produces original music in New York City. 

Written by Jenny Judge

Essay/
Philosophy of mind
Getting in the groove

Music reminds us that the mind is more than a calculator. We are resonant bodies as much as representing machines

Jenny Judge