The Brains blog is a leading forum for research in the philosophy and science of mind. It was founded in 2005 by Gualtiero Piccinini, administered by John Schwenkler from late 2011 to mid 2020 (with Robert Briscoe, Cameron Buckner, Daniel Burnston, Nick Byrd, Aaron Henry, Kristina Musholt, and Katrina Sifferd as contributing editors), and co-managed by Daniel Burnston and Nick Byrd since mid 2020 (with continued contribution from Robert Briscoe and Aaron Henry as well as some new contributing editors—TBA).
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