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Visiting Graduate Students

2012-2013

Dominik Balg (University of Cologne) will be a Visiting Doctoral Fellow for the academic year. His interests are in epistemology.

2011-2012

Aaron Segal (Notre Dame) will be a Visiting Doctoral Fellow for the academic year. His interests are in metaphysics.

2009-2010

Georgi Gardiner (Edinburgh University) will be a visiting M.A. student during Winter term. Her interests are in epistemology, axiology, and British empiricism.

Carl Messenger (Edinburgh University) will be a Visiting Doctoral Fellow for the academic year. His interests are in epistemology, especially skepticism.

Nathalie Monot (EHESS: School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, France) will be a Visiting Doctoral Fellow for the academic year. Her interests are in philosophy of mind, especially consciousness.

2008-2009

Laure Moure Cecchini (National Autonomous University of Mexico) will be a visiting M.A. student during the Fall and Winter terms.

Michael Horton (University of Kentucky) will be a Visiting Doctoral Fellow during the Fall term. His interests include philosophy of language, Davidson-style truth-theories of meaning, and theory of truth.

Chris Waterhouse (St. Andrews University) will be a Visiting Doctoral Fellow for the academic year. His interests include closure principles, warrant transmission, and Moorean responses to skepticism.

2007-2008

J. Adam Carter (Edinburgh University) will be a Visiting Doctoral Fellow during Winter term. His research interests include Epistemology and Axiology; especially epistemic value, virtue epistemology and epistemic luck.

Ekain Garmendia of the University of Barcelona Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science will be a visiting PhD student during the Spring term. His research interests include issues with semantic externalism and first-person authority.