Amia Srinivasan teaches philosophy at St John's College, Oxford. Her non-fiction writing – on topics including sex, feminism, octopuses, death, suicide, equality, anger, North Korea and higher education – has appeared in the London Review of Books (where she is a contributing editor), The New York Review of Books, Harper's, The Nation, The Times Literary Supplement, The New York Times, and elsewhere. Raised in London, New York and Singapore, she did her undergraduate degree at Yale and a BPhil and DPhil at Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar.

  • @danielwharris @ThisAmerLife I take it that it's really about discrimination against invertebrates (for which we do know the base rate).

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