Milo Phillips-Brown
I am a PhD student in philosophy at MIT. I work on desire and digital ethics.

I am a graduate director of PIKSI Boston,
a summer program for undergraduates from underrepresented groups in philosophy.

I am also a junior fellow in digital ethics at the Jain Family Institute

Email me at milopb@mit.edu. My CV.

Research
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Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21 (2017)
Shows that standard accounts mishandle strongly
conflicting desire ascriptions; gives a new one.
Paper w/Lyndal Grant on desire satisfaction (email me)
Gives a new argument that desire satisfaction is
specific, in Fara’s (2013) sense.
Paper on anankastic conditionals (email me)
Argues that no one has given an adequate
semantics for conditionals like ‘If you want to
go to Harlem, you have to take the A train’.