Harry Collins, PhD, FBA
Harry Collins is Distinguished Research Professor and directs the Centre for the Study of Knowledge, Expertise and Science (KES) at Cardiff University. He is Fellow of the British Academy and winner of the Bernal prize for social studies of science. Harry Collins has been a participant in the “science wars,” a dispute between scientists and the sociologists who, like Collins, have chosen to study the process by which scientists reach their conclusions.
Maya Goldenberg, PhD
Maya Goldenberg is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Guelph, with a cross-appointment to the Bachelor of Arts and Science Program, and Graduate Faculty in the Institute for History and Philosophy of Science and Technology at University of Toronto. Her research addresses the fundamental epistemic question, “How do we know what to believe about health care?” (or “when are knowledge claims justified in health care?”)
Steven Sloman, PhD
Steven Sloman is a cognitive scientist at Brown University. He studies how people think. He has studied how our habits of thought influence the way we see the world, how the different systems that constitute thought interact to produce conclusions, conflict, and conversation, and how our construal of how the world works influences how we evaluate events and decide what actions to take.