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Logic and its philosophy (especially modal logic and higher-order logic), metaphysics (especially modality and existence), philosophy of language, and philosophy of mathematics.
Political philosophy, ethics, environmental philosophy, history of philosophy (especially modern natural law and the Enlightenment)
Political philosophy, philosophy of law (especially Kant), history of philosophy (especially the Enlightenment), human rights, ethics, theory and methodology in the study of history of philosophy
Ancient philosophy (especially Plato and Aristotle), ethics (especially Kantian ethics and virtue ethics), history of ethics (especially Antiquity and Kant), metaethics and moral psychology.
Continental philosophy (especially Heidegger and phenomenology), aesthetics, Kant and Post-Kantian philosophy, feminist philosophy and ethics.
Feminist Philosophy, Moral and Political Philosophy, Normative Ethics, Feminist Ethics (especially Ethics of Care, Health Care Ethics, Ethics and Oppression), Existentialist Ethics, Existentialism, Simone de Beauvoir, Social Epistemology, Feminist History of Philosophy.
Ancient, late antique and Byzantine philosophy (metaphysics, philosophical theology, cosmology, mysticism, Byzantine aesthetics) and philosophy of religion.
Ancient philosophy, especially the Presocratics, Plato and Aristotle
The philosophy of mind and language, metaphysics, the philosophy of psychology and cognitive science, and aesthetics.
Philosophy of mind (esp. consciousness, perception, mental content), philosophy of psychology and cognitive science, philosophy of neuroscience, philosophy of biology (esp. evolutionary biology, biology and cognition, etc.), as well as parts of metaphysics (e.g. identity through time; realisation, constitute, reduction), and meta-ethics.
Philosophy of language, philosophy of linguistics, philosophy of mind (esp. conceptual ethics/engineering), philosophy of social science (esp. structural explanation; social construction), metaphysics (esp. genericity, kinds, modality), philosophy of psychology and cognition (esp. theories of categorisation, induction and generalisation; semantic cognition; implicit bias), philosophical logic (esp. defeasible reasoning).
Philosophies of logic and mathematics, early analytic philosophy (esp. Frege), metaphysics (esp. modality and ontology), as well as parts of the philosophy of language (esp. questions about reference and truth) and of the philosophy of science (esp. questions of realism/anti-realism, spacetime, and quantum mechanics).
Philosophy of language, philosophical methodology, meta-philosophy, conceptual engineering, and the nature of the first-person perspective in language and thought. I also work on a range of related issues in philosophy of mind, epistemology, and metaphysics.
Ancient Philosophy, esp. Plato and Aristotle, Normative Ethics, esp. virtue ethics, Moral Psychology, esp. as such questions intersect with empirical psychology, and Philosophy and Literature.
History of philosophy, especially ancient and 17th century rationalism. He has also done work in aspects of ethics, philosophy of mind and metaphysics.
Normative ethics and meta ethics, Philosophical aesthetics, History of philosophy (1600 - 1800)
Principal areas of research: philosophy of perception, the metaphysics of truth and the conceptual foundations of vision science. I also have a more than passing interest in Frege's philosophy of thought.
History of philosophy 1600-1900, in particular Spinoza, Leibniz, Kant, Hume, Heidegger; metaphilosophy; conceptual engineering; ethics of war
Metaethics, including normative reasons and rationality; analytic aesthetics and contemporary ethics (in this order of preference)
Pragmatism, philosophy of science, philosophy of psychology (human and animal), philosophy of psychiatry, moral psychology, philosophy of action, hermeneutics, existentialism, philosophy of literature
Moral, social and political philosophy; environmental philosophy, philosophy of nature; phenomenology, hermeneutics, existentialism; post-Hegelian German philosophy; Critical Theory; moral psychology, esp. emotions; philosophy and psychiatry; philosophy and psychoanalytic theory.
Medical ethics: abortion, euthanasia, concepts of harm and benefit in medicine, concepts of health/need/disease, any other applied aspect of medical ethics.
Bioethics: moral theory and expertise in bioethics; reproductive ethics, genetic engineering, arguments from nature in bioethics; animal ethics.