Lenny Moss

Lenny Moss holds doctoral degrees in Comparative Biochemistry (Berkeley) and Philosophy (Northwestern), is the author of What Genes Can’t Do (MIT) and is currently a professor of philosophy at the University of Exeter (UK). Recently, he has been working to renew the (mostly German) tradition of philosophical anthropology based upon current scientific research and to bring it into dialogue with both theoretical and philosophical biology and critical social theory.

Recent Posts

January 18, 2019 in Biology, Philosophy

The Consciousness of Detachment and the Detachment of Consciousness

To speak of an evolution of consciousness as a natural event is to be committed to the idea that consciousness can be a further expression of something which is not…
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