Bryce Huebner


Associate Professor


Department of Philosophy


I am primarily interested in the ways that distributed cognitive mechanisms can be coordinated and integrated to yield flexible, goal-directed behavior.

In previous research, I have argued that some groups can be in genuinely cognitive states; I have defended a radically anti-Cartesian account of individual mentality; and, I have argued that thought experimental methods should not be given pride of place in either philosophy or cognitive science.

My research is highly interdisciplinary and I publish in both philosophical and psychological venues. I believe that doing philosophy well often requires the integration of tools and methods that cross-cut philosophical, scientific, and commonsense domains of discourse.