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Teaching Fellow in Early Modern Philosophy, Durham University

I am a Teaching Fellow in Early Modern Philosophy at Durham University. Previously, I completed my PhD at Trinity College Dublin. My research focuses on questions about knowledge, perception, and the mind in the history of philosophy. I'm also interested in the ways that philosophy can contribute to public discourse.

Experience

  • 2020–present
    Teaching Fellow in Early Modern Philosophy, Durham University
  • 2019–2020
    Visiting Teaching Fellow in Philosophy, University College Dublin
  • 2015–2020
    PhD in Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin
  • 2018–2020
    Lecturer in Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin

Education

  • 2020 
    Trinity College Dublin, PhD
  • 2014 
    University of Edinburgh, Master's

Publications

  • 2021
    On Susan Stebbing and the Role of Public Philosophy, Aeon
  • 2020
    The Irish Context of Berkeley's Resemblance Thesis, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements
  • 2020
    Why Can An Idea Be Like Nothing But Another Idea? A Conceptual Interpretation of Berkeley's Likeness Principle, Journal of the American Philosophical Association
  • 2019
    Reid and Berkeley on Scepticism, Representationalism, and Ideas, Journal of Scottish Philosophy

Professional Memberships

  • British Society for the History of Philosophy
  • American Philosophical Association
  • New Voices on Women in the History of Philosophy
  • Extending New Narratives in the History of Philosophy