Todd Ganson Presents at American Philosophical Association
April 29, 2022
Professor of Philosophy Todd Ganson presented his paper, "Do selective forces favor sensory accuracy?" at the Pacific meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Vancouver.
Todd Ganson Gives Talk at University of Basel, Switzerland
October 25, 2021
Professor of Philosophy Todd Ganson gave the talk, "Not All Sensory Systems are Information Channels," at the conference “Green Intelligence? Debating Plant Cognition” at the University of Basel, Switzerland.
Todd Ganson publishes review of 'Representation in Cognitive Science'
August 27, 2021
Professor of Philosophy Todd Ganson has published a review of the book Representation in Cognitive Science in the journal Mind.
Todd Ganson publishes paper, 'Aristotle on Perception as Representation'
January 21, 2021
Professor of Philosophy Todd Ganson publishes a chapter titled "Aristotle on Perception as Representation" in the book Philosophical Problems in Sense Perception: Testing the Limits of Aristotelianism.
Todd Ganson Publishes Article
July 17, 2020
Professor of Philosophy Todd Ganson published the article, "A role for representations in inflexible behavior," in the journal Biology & Philosophy.
March 19, 2021