Alex Byrne

 

 


 

Alex Byrne is chair of the philosophy section. He did his graduate work at Princeton before arriving at MIT in 1994 via a postdoc at Caltech. His main interests are philosophy of mind (especially perception and consciousness), epistemology (especially self-knowledge), and metaphysics (especially color). He also dabbles in other areas, including philosophy of language, metaethics, and Wittgenstein. He has written widely in philosophy of mind and epistemology, and recently co-edited The Norton Introduction to Philosophy.

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