University of Pittsburgh
Graduate Student

Zina Ward


My interests lie in philosophy of cognitive science, moral psychology, social epistemology, and general philosophy of science. Recently I've been thinking about whether there are mathematical, non-causal explanations in neuroscience; how to naturalize philosophical accounts of weakness of will; the role of non-epistemic values in climate science; and nineteenth-century debates about the morality and usefulness of vivisection. I have a BA in Philosophy and in Economics from Williams College and an MPhil in HPS from Cambridge University.