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Dr Alexander Geddes 

Research Fellow

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Alexander is a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton, working on the ERC-funded project 'Better Understanding the Metaphysics of Pregnancy’.

In the recent past, he was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre for Philosophical Psychology, part of the University of Antwerp, as well as a non-stipendiary Lecturer in Logic at The Queen’s College, Oxford. In the slightly more distant past, he completed a PhD at UCL and the BPhil at Oxford.

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Research interests

Alexander works primarily on issues in metaphysics and the philosophy of mind that have a bearing on the nature of the human self and/or the human perspective.

Research group

Philosophy of Language, Logic and Metaphysics

Research project(s)

Better Understanding the Metaphysics of Pregnancy (BUMP): Organisms, Identity, Personhood and Persistence

Pregnancy presents us with fascinating philosophical problems: what, during the pregnancy, is the nature of the relationship between the foetus and the maternal organism? What is the relationship between the pregnant organism and the later baby? And when does one person or organism become two? A 1.2 million Euro research grant from the ERC allows Elselijn Kingma and her research team to address these and other questions in a 5 year research project starting in spring 2016.

Philosophy of Pregnancy and Early Motherhood

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