Samuel D. Taylor
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Düsseldorf as part of the SFB991.
I work at the intersection of the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of cognitive science.
In my research, I am interested by the nature of cognitive scientific explanation and the relation between such explanations and theories of conceptual structure and content.
I have also worked on topics in the philosophy of education and on developing Bayesian models of cognitive capacities.
I spent Autumn 2018 as a visiting graduate student at Rutgers Department of Philosophy.
Details of the funding for my research and my teaching experience can be found in my CV.