Jonathan Keats is an experimental philosopher who gives speeches on subjects such as the importance of curiosity. Keats is originally from New York City and studied philosophy at Amherst College.
Keats was dissatisfied with the way philosophy was being taught at an academic level in the sense that there were simply too many answers to big philosophical questions. Keats' rejection of this style of philosophy is what earned him his title as an experimental philosopher.
Keats is known for his interesting perspective on philosophical teachings and his unusual experiments. For example, in 2003 Keats copyrighted his mind, claiming that it was a structure that he had shaped and created. Interesting experiments like these make Keats a good philosophical speaker.