Rotem Herrmann

Rotem Herrmann
BA – Philosophy and History – New York University 2013
MSc – Mind, Language and Embodied Cognition – University of Edinburgh 2014
MA – Bioethics – New York University 2015
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Areas of Interest

Philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of cognitive science, bioethics.


Rotem’s primary interests surround the intersection of philosophy and empirical studies of the mind and brain. More recently, her research has focused on memory; i.e. it’s effects on autonomy (especially in addiction), as well as its relationship to imagination, intuition, dreaming and hallucination.