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Dr Andrew Stephenson 

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Dr Andrew Stephenson is a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Southampton.

Andrew completed his DPhil in 2013 at Merton College, University of Oxford. He then taught at Trinity College, Oxford, until 2015, when he moved to Humboldt University in Berlin on a Leverhulme Trust award. Before joining Southampton in 2017, he briefly held a research fellowship at Aarhus University in Denmark.

Andrew grew up in Yorkshire and spent a year at music college in London before discovering philosophy.

More information about his work, including downloadable papers, can be found at his personal website.

 

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Tuesday 11:00-12:00

Thursday 10:00-11:00

In room 1141 at Avenue (building 65).

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Research interests

Andrew’s research focuses on the theoretical philosophy of Immanuel Kant and related topics in contemporary philosophy of mind, epistemology, metaphysics, and logic. He is particularly interested in the nature of mental representation and imagination, in the relation between anti-realism and transcendental idealism, and in modality and the epistemology of modality - he thinks all of these things are connected.

Research group

History of Philosophy

Affiliate research groups

Wittgenstein and Early Analytic Philosophy, Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, Logic and Metaphysics

Dr Andrew Stephenson
Humanities University of Southampton Avenue Campus Highfield Southampton SO17 1BF United Kingdom

Room Number:65/1141

Telephone:(023) 8059 2479
Email:Andrew.Stephenson@soton.ac.uk

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