Sally Haslanger
Ford Professor of Philosophy and Women's & Gender Studies
Philosophy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sally Haslanger is a Professor of Philosophy at MIT, and the Director of the MIT Women’s and Gender Studies program. Her philosophical interests are broad. She began her life in philosophy interested in metaphysics, epistemology and ancient philosophy; over time she has developed her interests in social and political philosophy and feminist theory. She has an adorable dog named ‘Sparky’.

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The Problem of Evil

Sally discusses a classic argument that God does not exist, called 'The Problem of Evil'. Along the way, she distinguishes different ways in which people believe that God exists, and discusses what's bad about having contradictory beliefs.

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A Toolkit for Building a Better Mind.