Martin Cohen

#53,602
Most Influential Person

British philosopher

Why Is Martin Cohen Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)

According to Wikipedia, Martin Cohen is a British philosopher, an editor and reviewer who writes on philosophy, philosophy of science and political philosophy. Biography He studied philosophy and social science at Sussex University where his tutors included some of the early group of philosophers who launched the university's pioneering language and values programme, including Terry Diffey and Bernard Harrison. He obtained a teaching qualification at Keele University and his PhD in philosophy of education from the University of Exeter. After research posts at universities in Britain and Australia, Cohen moved to France to concentrate on his writing, which typically blend "psychological and social studies with philosophical theory ... eschewing technical jargon and using easily understood scenarios to demonstrate the theme". The first of these, 101 Philosophy Problems has been published in a dozen languages and is now in its third edition. His book on thought experiments, Wittgenstein's Beetle and Other Classic Thought Experiments was selected by The Guardian as one of its 'books of the week' and the Times Literary Supplement said that 'With its sense of history, Wittgenstein's Beetle provides the opportunity to consider which thought experiments last.'

Other Resources About Martin Cohen

What Schools Are Affiliated With Martin Cohen ?

Martin Cohen is affiliated with the following schools:

What Are Martin Cohen 's Academic Contributions?

Martin Cohen is most known for their academic work in the field of philosophy. They are also known for their academic work in the fields of

Martin Cohen has made the following academic contributions:

Martin Cohen 's Academic­Influence.com Rankings