Dr. Daniel Shargel works on the philosophy of mind and cognitive science. He is currently developing and defending an embodied theory of emotions, in which peripheral bodily states partially constitute the emotion. He is exploring implications of this view for a wide range of emotional phenomena, such as intentionality, normativity, and the relationship between emotions and desires. His other philosophical interests include moral psychology, consciousness and perception. He joined LTU in 2015 after completing a PhD in philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Personal website: danielshargel.com