Bryce Gessell is a PhD student at Duke University studying the history and philosophy of science. His research concerns the mind-body problem and how discoveries in brain anatomy and physiology influence theories in psychology, both historically and in modern science. His work has appeared in venues such as Biology and Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, and Teorema. He has an MA degree from Tufts University and a BA degree from Brigham Young University, both in philosophy.
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