Shen-yi Liao is an associate professor at University of Puget Sound in the philosophy department, and also affiliated with the Asian studies, bioethics, gender & queer studies, and neuroscience interdisciplinary programs. His research interests are in cognitive science and social philosophy. At Princeton, he will continue to write about oppressive objects and spaces that extend, but also distort, our cognitive capacities, such as photographic technologies that bias how we see and medical devices that bias how we diagnose. You can find his work in academic journals such as American Journal of Bioethics and Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, and also popular outlets such as The Emancipator and Psyche. He also has research interests in imagination, experimental philosophy, aesthetics, and language.
Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellow
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