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Dr Patrick Greenough

Arché role: Arché Advisory Committee

Current Projects: Epistemology: Current Themes (Member)



Patrick is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy,  University of St Andrews.

He is currently writing two books:

Against Conceptual Engineering.

Knowledge: In Sickness and in Health.

For 2003-4, he was an Arché Research Fellow in the AHRC Project Vagueness: Its Nature and Logic. In 2007-8, he was a Research Fellow in the ARC Epistemic Warrant ProjectAustralian National University. From 2009-11, he was a Research Fellow at the Centre for Time, University of Sydney. He was a network member for Perspectival Thoughts and Facts (PETAF), 2010-13. He was also the UConn Distinguished Visiting Professor for 2010. He was the co-investigator (with Crispin Wright) for the Leverhulme Project Relativism and Rational Tolerance, University of Aberdeen, 2014-15. Patrick was a visiting research fellow at ConceptLab, University of Oslo, April 23rd – July 2nd 2017, and for April – July 2018. He was a member of the LOGOS Project Fallibility, Rational Belief, and Knowledge, (FARBEK), University of Barcelona, 2014-18.

He is also the PhilPapers editor for Truth.

Selected publications