1. I first met Harry at some faculty gathering in the late 80s. I knew he was an artist, and I was struck by a child-like combination of spacey-ness and genuineness in the way he spoke.
2. Please add a brief autobiographical statement — I grew up in a large family of liberal activists. Have been passionate about philosophy ever since I went to college. My work is in the philosophy of mind –focusing on such topics as ambivalent emotions, various forms of rationality and irrationality, the role of imagination in perception, what it takes to see people as people, possibility/impossibility of choosing what to believe.
— December/January, 2007/8