Dr Keith Hossack
Keith Hossack’s research interests are in philosophical logic, epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of mind and philosophy of mathematics. His book The Metaphysics of Knowledge was recently published by Oxford University Press. His next major research project is a book on the philosophy of mathematics.
Areas of research supervision
Philosophical logic; philosophy of language; philosophy of mathematics.
- ‘Plurals and Complexes’. British Journal for Philosophy of Science 51 (2000): 411-43.
- ‘Self-Knowledge and Consciousness’. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 102 (2002): 163-181.
- ‘Consciousness in Act and Action’. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 2, (2003): 187-203.
- ‘Vagueness and Personal Identity’. In F. MacBride (ed.) Identity & Modality: New Essays in Metaphysics, Oxford, Oxford University Press (2006): 221-241.
- ‘Reid and Brentano on Consciousness’. In M. Textor (ed.) The Austrian Contribution to Analytic Philosophy, Abingdon, Routledge (2006): 36-63.
- ‘Actuality and Modal Rationalism’. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 107 (2007): 421-44.
- ‘Seeing an Individual’. In M.M.McCabe and M. Textor (eds.) Perspectives on Perception Ontos Verlag (2007).