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Kaija Mortensen presents research at national conference

Kaija Mortensen, assistant professor of philosophy, presented original research at the Buffalo Experimental Philosophy Conference in Buffalo, NY, on September 19, 2014.

In her talk, “Knowing-How, Multiple Interpretations, and Order Effects”,  she presented preliminary results from research she is conducting with Chad Gonnerman at the University of Southern Indiana on everyday usage of the term “know how”. Under what conditions do we say that a person knows how to do something? Does knowing how to do something require being able to do that thing?

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