The Philosopher's Nest
1 year ago

S1E2 - Jen Semler on AI, Icelandic Studies, Women in Philosophy, and Publishing

Jen Semler is a graduate philosophy student at the University of Oxford. Jen's research is focussed on the moral status of AI and population ethics. In this episode, we discuss Jen's work on AI and moral agency, her experiences studying Medieval Icelandic Literature, her experiences as a woman in philosophy, and her thoughts on publishing as an incoming graduate student.

You can find Jen at www.jensemler.com, on Twitter at @jensemler, or via email at jen.semler@philosophy.ox.ac.uk.

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1 year ago

S1E1 - Jordan Scott on Applying to UK & US Grad Programs, Race, and Publishing

Jordan Scott is a graduate philosophy student at Rutgers University. Jordan's research is focussed on the philosophy of race, epistemic normativity, and the relationship between the two. In this episode, we discuss Jordan's experiences as a British student studying in the USA, his work on defining racism, and his experiences publishing in Analysis as a first-year graduate student.

If you want to get in touch with Jordan, you can find his email address listed on the graduate students page on the Rutgers Philosophy website.

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1 year ago

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The Philosopher's Nest is a podcast dedicated to showcasing the work, insights, and experiences of graduate students in philosophy. This podcast is generously supported by the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Oxford and Linacre College, Oxford.

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