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Benedict Eastaugh

Research

My research is primarily in logic and the philosophy of mathematics, where my research interests revolve around using computability theory and reverse mathematics to study foundational questions concerning mathematical knowledge and ontology. My current project extends the use of these tools to investigate the limits of rational belief and decision-making, in contexts like formal epistemology and social choice theory.

More information about my research can be found on my personal website.

Teaching

2022–23
2021–22
2020–21

Photo of Benedict Eastaugh in front of white bookshelves containing logic and philosophy books

Mathematics and Philosophy Convenor

Advice & Feedback Hours

Tuesday 15:00–17:00 during term time, or by appointment. Meetings can be in person or on Teams.

Email

Benedict.Eastaugh@warwick.ac.uk

Office

S2.70