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Maja Sidzińska

I'm a PhD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania (Philosophy) and I work primarily in the area of contemporary and historical metaphysics of science. My dissertation work concerns different ontological understandings of pregnancy and its upshots for discussions of biological individuality. I am currently working on a side project exploring questions of methodology for the metaphysics of science. I have interests in metaphysics and philosophy of science generally, as well as in the philosophy of biology, feminist philosophy, and political/economic philosophy.


I am a founder of Philosophy in the Wild. And I have a philosophical soft spot for Leopold Kohr.


I was formerly a lecturer at San Francisco State University and at Mills College. I am also a former Managing Editor for Hypatia Reviews Online

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