Ian Hacking

LRC Contributor

Ian Hacking is a Canadian philosopher with wide interests. He discusses autobiographies written by people with autism in an essay soon to appear in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.

Articles by Ian Hacking

  • Private Thoughts in Public Language (April 2009)
    A review of JPod by Douglas Coupland, The Language of Others by Clare Morrall, Daniel Isn’t Talking by Marti Leimbach, Eye Contact by Cammie McGovern, and So Odd a Mixture: Along the Autistic Spectrum in “Pride and Prejudice” by Phyllis Ferguson Bottomer