Susanna Siegel

Paper: The Epistemological Significance of Anti-Modularism

If perceptual experiences arise as much from unreasonable prior beliefs as they do from contact with the world, then can those experience be assessed for rationality, just like beliefs can?

Susanna Siegel is Edgar Pierce Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University. She joined Harvard’s faculty in 1999, and in 2010 published a book called “The Contents of Visual Experience” (Oxford University Press).