Eric Mandelbaum

Assistant Professor

Phone: 646 312-4379

Location: VC 5-297


Eric Mandelbaum, an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy and Psychology department, has conducted research focusing on foundational issues in cognitive science, particularly on cognitive architecture, implicit racism, belief acquisition, and belief change. His areas of expertise are related to the philosophy of cognitive science, the philosophy of psychology and the philosophy of the mind. Professor Mandelbaum is a member of the American Philosophical Association, the Network for Sensory Integration, and the Implicit Bias and Philosophy Project. He earned a B.A. from Rutgers University and an MA and Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Prior to coming to Baruch College, he held positions at Oxford University, Yale University, and Harvard University.

Most recent or current research:

Cognitive Architecture, Implicit Racism, Belief Acquisition, Belief Change

Subject Matter Expertise (topics):

Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Psychology, Philosophy of Mind

Degrees (with institution):

BA: Rutgers University; MA, Ph.D.: UNC Chapel Hill

Affiliations (boards, organizations):

American Philosophical Association; Network for Sensory Integration; Implicit Bias and Philosophy Project

Most recent publications (articles and/books) or exhibitions:

“Against Alief”; “Numerical Architecture”; “The Powers That Bind: Doxastic Voluntarism and Epistemic Obligation”

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