Splitting the difference: One person, two minds

Schecter’s book on ‘split’ consciousness out June 1 From the WashU Newsroom… Each of them, despite being two thinking things, is one of us — one person. It is an odd sentence to most, but not to Lizzie Schechter, assistant professor of philosophy and philosophy-neuroscience-psychology, both in Arts & Sciences, at Washington University in St. Louis. Schechter […]