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Dr Alex Gregory BA, MA (Nottingham), PhD (Reading)

Lecturer (On Research Leave)

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Dr Alex Gregory is a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Southampton.

Alex completed his PhD at the University of Reading in 2011, and lectured there until Summer 2013, when he took up his present post at Southampton.

For further information, please see his personal webpage.

 

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Alex works primarily in ethics. His present research divides broadly into three categories: First, he is working on the role that desires play in explaining and/or justifying behaviour, and related questions about moral motivation and reasons for action. Second, he is working on how reasons for action relate to value. Third, he is beginning to work on the nature of wellbeing, presently focusing primarily on happiness and disability.

He would be happy to supervise PhD students in any of these areas.

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  • Hedonism - Alexander, Gregory. In The Routledge Guidebook To the Philosophy of Wellbeing
    Published:
    2015
    Published by:
    Florence, US
  • Hedonism - Gregory, Alex. In The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Well-Being - Fletcher, Guy (ed.)
    Published:
    2015
    Published by:
    London, GB
    Page Range:
    113-123
  • Might desires be beliefs about normative reasons? - Alexander, Gregory. In The Nature of Desire
    Published:
    2015
    Published by:
    Oxted, GB

PHIL2028 Appearance and Reality
PHIL3041 Happiness and Wellbeing

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Room Number: 65/1041

Telephone: (023) 8059 9396
Email: A.M.Gregory@soton.ac.uk


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