Where Is My Mind?: An Interview with Andy Clark

Is your smartphone a part of your brain? Andy Clark discusses his mind-expanding ideas.

Andy Clark is currently a professor of philosophy at the University of Sussex and, along with collaborator David Chalmers, is a leading figure in the literature on consciousness, artificial intelligence, embodied cognition and technology's impact on what it means to have a mind and be a person.

Dispelling all stereotypes of the fusty old British academic, with his distinctive spiked hair and a colourful array of patterned shirts, as well as a penchant for electronic music and rave, his body of work is widely lauded as both startlingly ambitious and hugely influential across disciplines. To that end, his academic career has seen him occupy prominent roles around the globe, with notable tenures at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, University of Edinburgh, and the Washington University in St. Louis. 

In this interview, we discuss t

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