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Learning about taste to make us healthier

Obesity is one of the biggest health problems facing this nation. Since taste is a major determinant of whether we eat something or not, the study of taste is crucial to understanding what people choose to eat and why. What Professor Patricia Di Lorenzo is learning from taste studies can lead to a change in people’s eating habits.
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Bat-Ami Bar On
Professor of Philosophy and Women Studies; Director of IASH; Chair of Judaic Studies
20th century European philosophy; philosophy of social sciences, feminism, and Marxism
http://www2.binghamton.edu/philosophy/people/faculty-pages/bar-on.html

Nkiru Nzegwu
Professor of Africana Studies
History of philosophy; contemporary epistemology
http://africana.binghamton.edu/nzegwu.html

Maxim Pensky
Professor & Chair of Philosophy
19th and 20th century continental social and political philosophy; Western Marxism and critical theory; Philosophy of social science, Literature, Religion; Aesthetics; History of modern philosophy
http://www2.binghamton.edu/philosophy/people/faculty-pages/pensky.html

Anthony Preus
Professor of Philosophy & Faculty Master of Residential Life
Ancient, medieval, and early Greek philosophy; philosophy of education and religion; Aristotle and his school; Plato; Socrates
http://www2.binghamton.edu/philosophy/people/faculty-pages/preus.html
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Last Updated: 6/22/10