Congratulations Dr Nefdt
29 June, 2016
We are pleased to announce that Ryan Nefdt passed his viva. Ryan successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis 'The Foundations of Linguistics: Mathematics, Models and Structures'.
Congratulations Dr McKeever
27 June, 2016
We are pleased to announce that Matthew McKeever passed his viva. Matthew successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis 'Against Type E'.
Publication: Sebastian Becker
20 June, 2016
Sebastian Becker has recently had his paper 'Resolving Turri's Puzzle about Withholding' accepted for publication in journal dialectica . It can be accessed online here.
Publication: Patrik Hummel
7 June, 2016
Patrik Hummel has recently had his paper 'Against the Complex vs. Simple Distinction' accepted for publication in Erkenntnis. It can be accessed online here.
Congratulations Dr Becker
27 May, 2016
We are pleased to announce that Sebastian Becker passed his viva. Sebastian successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis 'Perspectives On What to Believe'.
Papers accepted for The 2016 Joint Session
6 April, 2016
Matthew McKeever and Joshua Habgood-Coote have both had papers accepted to the postgraduate session of the Joint session. Matt will present his paper 'Predicativism about Names and Stage Theory About Objects: A Match Made In Heaven', and Joshua will present his paper 'Knowledge-how, Abilities, and Questions', in Cardiff in July. Congratulations to both of them!.
For more information please see the Conference website:
Fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Honour for Katherine Hawley
9 March, 2016
Katherine Hawley is one of five very distinguished St Andrews academics elected this year to the fellowship of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. For more information please view the press release.
Congratulations Dr Jacinto
7 March, 2016
We are pleased to announce that Bruno Jacinto passed his viva. Bruno successfully passed his disputation on his doctorate thesis 'Necessitism, Contingentism and Theory Equivalence'.
Research Grant Success
27 January, 2016
Herman Cappelen, in collaboration with Oystein Linnebo and Camilla Serck-Hanssen, has received a £2.5 million, 5 year grant from the Norwegian Research Council for a project on Conceptual Engineering.