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Neil Van Leeuwen

Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Neuroscience

Georgia State University

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Georgia State University

125 Decatur Street Suite 130

Atlanta, Georgia,30303

United States

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Georgia State University, founded in 1913, has a mission of excellence in teaching, cutting-edge research and service. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, this major research university has an enrollment of more than 26,000 undergraduate and graduate stu...more

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Stanford University


Affiliations

Rutgers University

Mind and Culture Fellow


Education

Stanford


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Philosophy Talk

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Neil Van Leeuwen


Philosophy Talk

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Neil Van Leeuwen (Director of Research) email: neil@philosophytalk.org


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posted by Neil Van Leeuwen I've gotten some nice responses on my previous blog on Self-Deception and Moral Dilemmas.


Philosophy Talk: The Blog

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by Neil Van Leeuwen I’d like to talk frankly about why research on the topic of self-deception hasn’t made much progressâ€"as far as I can seeâ€"despite a steady-stream of on-going interest.
Those are just some of the questions we’ll put to this week’s guest --   Neil van Leeuwen.  Besides being one of the world’s up and coming authorities on self-deception,  Neil has deep connections to Philosophy Talk.   When he was a graduate student at Stanford,  working on his very fine dissertation on self deception â€" he served as Philosophy Talk’s  Director of Research.  He’s now gone on to bigger and better things, obviously.  But we’re really pleased to welcome him home. 


Self-Deception

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Neil Van Leeuwen, Guest Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Johannesburg. What is it? Self-deception sounds like a contradiction: intentionally convincing yourself of something you know to be untrue. But it is a pervasive aspect of human nature. What is the nature of self-deception, and what are its main patterns? Does it serve any purpose? Ken and John confront the truths of self-deception with Neil Van Leeuwen from the University of Johannesburg.


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