For the 89th episode of NEOHUMAN, Agah is chatting with Peter Ludlow. Peter, who also writes under the pseudonym Urizenus Sklar, is an American philosopher of language. He is noted for interdisciplinary work on the interface of linguistics and philosophy, and has worked on the application of analytic philosophy of language to topics in epistemology, metaphysics, and logic, among other areas. He has also established a research program outside of philosophy and linguistics. Here, his research areas include conceptual issues in cyberspace, particularly questions about cyber-rights and the emergence of laws and governance structures in and for virtual communities, including online games, and as such he is also noted for influential contributions to legal informatics. In recent years Ludlow has written nonacademic essays on hacktivist culture and related phenomena such as WikiLeaks.
Peter Ludlow – MIT Press: https://mitpress.mit.edu/contributors/peter-ludlow
Peter Ludlow – The Nation: www.thenation.com/authors/peter-ludlow