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Antonia Peacocke

Dissertation advisors: John Campbell and Barry Stroud

Antonia thinks about mind, knowledge, and literature. See her home page.


Antonia’s dissertation is about self-knowledge and mental action.

A version of the foundational chapter of Antonia’s dissertation is published as “Embedded mental action in self-attribution of belief” in Philosophical Studies.

For more, see Antonia’s home page.


Antonia will be a GSI for Aesthetics in Summer Session D, and she will be a GSI for Metaphysics in Fall 2017.

Antonia has taught for 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.

Curriculum Vitae

You can find Antonia’s CV here.