Antonia Peacocke [home page]
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Dissertation advisors: John Campbell and Barry Stroud
Antonia thinks about mind, knowledge, and literature. This fall she will join the Philosophy Department at New York University as a Bersoff Faculty Fellow. The following year (2019) she will join the Philosophy Department at Stanford University as an Assistant Professor.
Antonia’s dissertation is about self-knowledge. A version of the foundational chapter is published as “Embedded mental action in self-attribution of belief” in Philosophical Studies.
For more, see Antonia’s home page.
Antonia is currently on fellowship.
This summer, in Session D, Antonia will teach Philosophy 25B: Modern Philosophy as a primary instructor.
In the past, Antonia has taught for Philosophy 125: Metaphysics, Philosophy 110: Aesthetics, Philosophy 119: Feminism and Philosophy, for Philosophy 3: The Nature of Mind, for Philosophy 100: Philosophical Methods, for Phil 12A: Introduction to Logic, and for L&S 22: Sense and Sensibility and Science.