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I was Professor of Philosophy at MIT from 2004-2013.
I was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2013, and to the British Academy in 2014.
He is also interested in applied anthropology, and connections between policy, practice, and academia.
Specific focus was placed on the potential factors associated with offending, participants’ relationships with the Internet, participants’ perceptions of childhood and children online and offline, and societal and institutional efforts to respond to the above.A speech act approach to language and social life prompts questions at the intersection of philosophy of language, politics and law; and sheds light on the politics of gender and race, hate and violence.I also work in ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, and the history of philosophy.With this in mind, we see that certain forms of speech, including hate speech and some pornography, can subordinate people, altering social norms and authority patterns, and legitimating inequality.Some speech can also silence, by making certain speech acts difficult or impossible—for example, when ‘No’ doesn’t count as a sexual refusal.