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Recent PhD

  • Charlotte Knowles
    Title: 'Becoming Oneself: A Heideggerean Analysis of Complicity'
    Awarded: 2016
  • Alya Khan
    Title: "A 'Good Enough' Autonomy: Personal Autonomy as Social Practice".
    Awarded: 2014
  • Frederik Willemarck
    Title: 'On Individuals and Collectives: The Case Against Non-Reductive Individualism'
    Awarded: 2013
  • Chris Chappell
    Title: ''Socially Useless': Assessing the Moral Responsibility of Companies and their Members for Harmful Corporate Action'
    Awarded: 2013
  • Simon Hewitt
    Title: 'A Plural Intepretation of Full Second-Order Logic'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Kevin Reuter
    Title: 'Awareness of experiences: a tripartite theory of introspectionc'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Christoph Schuringa
    Title: 'Nietzsche's Historical Philosophy'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Tom Woodward
    Title: 'First and Second Nature in Mind and World'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Dan Cavedon-Taylor
    Title: 'Representations of the Real: An Inquiry into the Epistemology
    of Photographic Pictures'
    Awarded: 2011
  • Alexander Douglas
    Title: 'Spinoza’s Vindication of Philosophy: Reshaping Early Modern Debate about the Division between Philosophy and Theology'
    Awarded: 2011
  • Nicholas Jones
    Title: 'Too many cats: the problem of the many and the metaphysics of vagueness'
    Awarded: 2011
  • Paul Crichton
    Title: 'Self-realization An Exploration'
    Awarded: 2010
  • Sam Lebens
    Title: 'On Judgement: A Multiple Relation'
    Awarded: 2010
  • Naomi Goulder
    Title: 'Authority and the individual'
    Awarded: 2009
  • Benedict Rumbold
    Title: 'Subjectivity and objectivity in Spinoza's ethical philosophy'
    Awarded: 2009
  • Alan Coffee
    Title: 'Independence: Freedom as Non-Domination and Recognition'
    Awarded: 2009

Recent MPhilStud

  • Robert Basset
    Title: 'Types and Tokens: Towards an Abstractionist Typology'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Ryan Dawson
    Title: 'The Question of Realism in Wittgenstein's Later Philosophy of
    Mathematics'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Toby Friend
    Title: 'Causation, Laws and Deviance: A New Theory of Causation'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Adam Goodyer
    Title: 'Liberal Toleration: A Critical Analysis'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Nathan Hauthaler
    Title: 'Naïve Action Theory and Its Ontology'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Imogen Le Patourel
    Title: 'Nietzschean Selfhood: Inner Conflict and Unification'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Steven Montgomery
    Title: 'The Many Principles of Political Obligation'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Peter Morgan
    Title: 'The Political 'We''
    Awarded: 2012
  • Gavin Roberts
    Title: 'Linguistic Content and Explanatory Psychological Content'
    Awarded: 2012
  • Tim Allman
    Title: 'The Phenomenology of Memory’
    Awarded: 2011
  • Eric Hansen
    Title: 'The Role of the Self in Nietzsche's Critique of Modernity’
    Awarded: 2011
  • David Hexter
    Title: 'The character, continuity and intelligibility of British political conservatism’
    Awarded: 2011
  • Dan Harkin
    Title: 'Non-Domination and Discursive Control: Ought the Republican State to tolerate Separate Schools?’
    Awarded: 2011

Recent scholarships, fellowships and lectureships won by Birkbeck Ph.D. students

  • Dan Cavedon Taylor
    Lectureship, Department of Philosophy, University of St. Andrews, 2012-14.
  • Alex Douglas
    Jacobsen Fellowship, KCL, 2011-13
  • Simon Hewitt
    Postdoctoral Fellowship, Heythrop College London, 2012-13
  • Nick Jones
    Jacobsen Fellowship 2010-12; postdoctoral research fellowship, Merton College Oxford 2011-14. Lecturer in Philosophy at University of Birmingham.
  • Kevin Reuter
    Postdoctoral Fellowship, Institute of Philosophy II, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum
  • Christoph Schuringa
    DAAD Scholarship, Department of Philosophy, Technische Universitat Berlin, 2011-12.

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