SH10 Philosophy of Perception - lecturer and tutor in 2018-19.

1A: How should I think? - addresses three key questions: How do I think critically? How do I think critically about subjects that matter?  How do I reason formally? I have tutored on this first-year course since 2018.

2A: What am I? - covers the mind-body problem, free will, and social identity. I have tutored on this second-year course since 2019.

2B: What does it all mean? - examines logic, metaphysics, science, and religion. I have tutored on this second-year course since 2019.

MLitt Metaphysics  - lecturer and tutor for the metaphysics component of Glasgow University’s Philosophy MLitt in 2016-17 and 2017-18.

 

JH8: Metaphysics – lecturer and tutor in 2016-17 and 2017-2018. Tutor in 2018-19.

 

2K: Knowledge, Meaning, and Inference – focussed on Russell’s The Problems of Philosophy, elementary formal logic, and the philosophy of science. I lectured the philosophy of science component in 2016-17 and 2018-19. I also tutored on this second-year course (2010-2011; 2015-2018).

 

JH1: History of Modern Philosophy – examines epistemology and metaphysics in the modern period, especially the work of Hume, Locke, and related thinkers. I tutored on this third-year course for the first semester of 2016-17.

 

JH7: Philosophy of Mind – introduces core topics in the philosophy of mind. I lectured on a short mental causation component for this third-year course for the second semester of 2015-16. I tutored in 2018-19.

 

1k: Knowledge and the World – covered Descartes’ Meditations and related topics in epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophy of mind, and perception. I lectured on the Perception module of this course in 2017. I tutored on this 1st year course from 2007-2017.

 

1M Right and Wrong – introduced normative and applied ethics, Plato’s Republic, and some topics in political philosophy including democracy and punishment. I tutored on this 1st year course 2007-2011, 2014-2016.

 

 

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