The Department of Philosophy at Warwick has an international reputation for excellence in both teaching and research, and is fortunate in belonging to one of Britain’s most dynamic and prosperous universities, having a substantial and coherently developed Undergraduate and Graduate Programme with an active student community.
In conjunction with the recent appointment of Bill Brewer as a professor in the Warwick Philosophy Department, we are launching a whole range of initiatives designed to support graduate study, and research activities generally, in the area of philosophy of mind, metaphysics and epistemology.
More information about the new initiatives is available from the Philosophy department website.
If you are interested in Undergraduate courses in Philosophy visit the Undergraduate Directory for more information.
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The department has arranged a series of at least six distinguished visitors over three years to come and work in Warwick for 1-2 weeks, give a colloquium, a couple of graduate seminars and the odd one-off graduate supervision.
The department will be appointing a 3-4 year Research Fellow in philosophy of mind/metaphysics/epistemology). This is in addition to the recent appointment of a new permanent member of staff in philosophy of mind/metaphysics/epistemology: Dr. Stephen Butterfill.
Interdisciplinary seminars in connection with the AHRB interdisciplinary research project on causal understanding. See the causal list for more information
Members of the philosophy of mind, metaphysics and epistemology group in Warwick include Naomi Elian, Christoph Hoerl, Michael Luntley, Johannes Roessler, and a New Research Fellow (application details are here).
Further Information about Graduate Study at Warwick
For further information on the opportunities to study at Warwick, please see our website on www.warwick.ac.uk/study or contact:
Student Recruitment and Admissions Office
The University of Warwick
Tel: 024 7652 3523
|Bill Brewer's main research is in mind, metaphysics and epistemology. His forthcoming book will be called "Perception and its Objects".|
|Stephen Butterfill's main research is in philosophy of mind and psychology, especially developmental psychology.|