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Philosophers have long preferred abstract thought experiments to the world of clipboards and laboratories. But a new generation of academics is embracing innovative research techniques and technology, and challenging long-held assumptions about free-will, ethics and what it means to be a good person. Kojo talks with Kwame Anthony Appiah about practical uses for philosophy in today’s world.
- Kwame Anthony Appiah Laurence S. Rockefeller Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University; author of "Experiments in Ethics" (Harvard)
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