Dr Charlie Pelling
Charlie Pelling got his PhD from Reading University in 2008. Before coming to Birkbeck, he held an Analysis Studentship at the University of Warwick. He has written on various issues in epistemology, philosophy of language, and philosophy of mind. His main current interests concern the metaphysics and epistemology of assertion and telling.
Areas of research supervision
- Philosophy of language
- Philosophy of mind
- 'Assertion, Telling, and Epistemic Norms' Forthcoming in Australasian Journal of Philosophy.
- 'Assertion and The Provision of Knowledge' Forthcoming in Philosophical Quarterly.
- 'Assertion and Safety' Forthcoming in Synthese.
- 'Testimony, Testimonial Belief, and Safety' Forthcoming in Philosophical Studies.
- 'Paradox and The Knowledge Account of Assertion' Forthcoming in Erkenntnis.
- 'Indeterminacy, Indiscriminability, and Overlap' Consciousness and Cognition 21 (2012), 639-640.
- 'A Self-Referential Paradox For The Truth Account of Assertion' Analysis 71 (2011), 688-688.
- 'Characterizing Hallucination Epistemically' Synthese 178 (2011), 437-459.
- 'Exactness, Inexactness, and The Non-Transitivity of Perceptual Indiscriminability' Synthese 164 (2008), 289-312.
- 'Concepts, Attention, and Perception' Philosophical Papers 37 (2008), 213-242.
- 'Conceptualism and the (Supposed) Non-Transitivity of Colour Indiscriminability' Philosophical Studies 134 (2007), 211-34
- 'Conceptualism and The Problem of Illusory Experience' Acta Analytica 22 (2007), 169-182.