Professor Barry C. Smith

Research

Barry C Smith is co-director and founder of the Centre for the Study of the Senses. He works mainly in the philosophies of mind, language and psychology where he works on self-knowledge, knowledge of language, the nature of taste and the multisensory perception of flavour. He has written about relativism and contextualism concerning predicates of taste, and he has also written on the emotions, consciousness, and wine. He is the editor of Questions of Taste: the philosophy of wine, Oxford University Press (2007), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Language, Oxford University Press 2008 (with Ernest Lepore), and Knowing Our Own Minds Oxford University Press 1998 (with Crispin Wright and Cynthia Macdonald).

 

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