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Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Dundee

Dominic wrote his PhD in Philosophy on tensions between Deleuze and Badiou. Since graduating, he has taught philosophy at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at the Universities of Dundee and Edinburgh. His current work at Dundee involves teaching as part of the Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practices (APCP) course run by the Philosophy department in conjunction with Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.

Dominic has published on Deleuze and Badiou, and he's currently working toward papers on Deleuze’s relationship to Sartre and the changing status of thinking in the age of the Internet. His big project concerns Internet technology (how the idea of the Internet functions to shape contemporary human behaviour). He also recently had the great pleasure to write the catalogue essay for ‘Still’, an exhibition by the contemporary Scottish artist Phil Braham, to be shown at this year’s Edinburgh Festival.

Dominic has a fascination with literature, and with how it can develop philosophical ideas. In particular, he loves the work of Proust, Perec, Céline, Vonnegut, Foster Wallace, and the poetry of Dylan Thomas. He also loves walking, and plays guitar in a band called Kaddish, bits of which can be found all over the virtual ether.

He is a member of the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy:


  • –present
    Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Dundee