Short CV/Education and training

  •  
    B.A. Physics and Philosophy

  •  
    M.Phil. History and Philosophy of Science

  • 1998
    PhD. Philosophy, University of Cambridge

  • 1997 – 1999
    Sidgwick Research Fellow, Newnham College Cambridge

  • 1999 – 2008
    Lecturer, then Senior Lecturer, University of St Andrews

  • Since 2008
    Professor of Philosophy, University of St Andrews, Scotland

Selected publications

Books:

  • Trust: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2012) (121 pp.)

  • How Things Persist, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2001) (xi + 221 pp.) Selections reprinted in Haslanger and Fay (eds.) Persistence, MIT Press (2004).

Selected Articles:

  • ‘Trust, Distrust and Commitment’, Noûs 48.1: 1-20 (2014).

  • ‘Ontological Innocence’ in Composition as Identity, edited by A.J. Cotnoir and Donald L.M. Baxter, Oxford University Press, 70-89 (2014).

  • ‘Partiality and Prejudice in Trusting’, Synthese 191.9, 2029-2045 (2014).

  • ‘What are Natural Kinds?’ (first author, with Alexander Bird) Philosophical Perspectives 25.1 (2011), 205-221.

  • ‘Knowing How and Epistemic Injustice’, in Knowing How: Essays on Knowledge, Mind and Action, edited by John Bengson and Marc A. Moffett, Oxford University Press, 283-99. (2011)

  • ‘Testimony and Knowing How’, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science Part A 41.4: 397-404. (2010)

  • ‘Mereology, Modality and Magic’, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 88, 117-33 (2010).

  • ‘Identity and Indiscernibility’, Mind 118.1, 101-119, (2009).



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • Trustworthiness and Competence

  • Self-Control Through Accountability to Others

  • Social Metaphysics

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Deputy chair of UK REF panel for Philosophy, 2014

  • Member of UK RAE panel for Philosophy, 2008

Contact

You can only see the contact information of the academics in the database if you are a registered user of AcademiaNet.
Please register here

Testimonials

  1. Read what our members say about AcademiaNet.

No more excuses!

  1. Please download the brochure "No more excuses" and read more about female experts in Europe, and about AcademiaNet.

Similar profiles

  1. Dr. Elisabeth Anstett

    Humanities, Social and behavioural sciencesSocial anthropology of mass violence and genocide

  2. Prof. Rikke Andreassen

    HumanitiesMedia and communication in relation to race/ethnicity, gender, sexuality, minorities, majorities and power.

  3. Prof. Dr. Caroline Arni

    Humanitiessocial history, cultural history, historical anthropology, history of science, gender history

  4. Dr. M.D. Aloni

    Languages, HumanitiesFormal semantics and pragmatics, philosophy of language, logic