Bringing together Ethics Researchers from across the University
The University of Southampton has reaffirmed its position as one of the leading research universities, following publication of the latest national assessment of research. And Philosophy are delighted with the recognition that their research has received in REF 2014, where Philosophy at Southampton was ranked 4th in the UK for producing research which was world-leading or internationally excellent.
Philosophers at Southampton work across the breadth of the subject and we have particular expertise in the History of Philosophy; Analytic Aesthetics and the History of Aesthetics; Wittgenstein and Early Analytic Philosophy; Ethics; Epistemology; and Language, Logic and Metaphysics.
Philosophers at Southampton collaborate with colleagues in other disciplines at Southampton, and with philosophers elsewhere. Home to the Southampton Ethics Centre, we are also apart of a number of other groups, featured below;
Philosophy at Southampton welcomes enquiries from potential externally funded postdoctoral and visiting researchers, especially from those with projects that complement our existing research strengths. Those interested might consider funding their projects by applying for the following fellowships:
Informal enquiries are very welcome and can be directed to Dr Lee Walters: mailto: email@example.com
Southampton has a vibrant community of research students working on a range of issues in analytic and post-Kantian philosophy. Current PhD students are working on topics as diverse as self-knowledge, inferentialism, Collingwood’s account of art, Nietzsche’s conception of truth, emotion in music, and consequentialism.
Southampton is a member of the South, West & Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (SWW DTP). Applicants for the PhD who wish to apply for AHRC funding through the SWW DTP should note that they have to apply both to Southampton for a place on the PhD, and to the SWW DTP for funding. The competition for funding has closed for 2014/15. Please check back in October 2015.
More information for potential research students can be found here.
Informal enquiries are very welcome and can be directed to Dr Lee Walters: mailto: Research Students