John Campbell’s Advisees

Dissertations in progress

Tyler Haddow
Jes Heppler
Urte Laukaityte

Berkeley dissertations advised, 1997–present

2021 Alex Kerr Ways of Perceiving
2019 Adam Bradley Sensitive Subjects: Bodily Awareness, Pain, and the Self
2019 Jackson Kernion Constraining Consciousness
2018 James Hutchinson Frege’s Systematic Conception of Truth and its Consequences
2018 Antonia Peacocke Knowing Yourself is Something You Do
2017 Peter Epstein Sensible Concepts: Experience and the A Priori
2017 Umrao Sethi Perception and the Dual Nature of Appearances
2017 Austin Andrews Transparency in Perception
2017 Dylan Murray Hijacking Reason: Implicit Attitudes and Moral Responsibility
2017 Quinn Hiroshi Gibson On the Fringes of Moral Responsibility: Skepticism, Self-Deception, Delusion, and Addiction
2015 Katrina Winzeler Theories of Mental Disorders Remain Scientific in Spite of Both the Absence of Reductive Explanations and the Presence of Interventional Mental Autonomy
2014 Luke Misenheimer The Publicity of Concepts
2013 Michael Rieppel Being Something: Prospects for a Property-Based Approach to Predicative Quantification
2012 Joshua Beattie Evolutionary Naturalism and the Normativity of the Mental
2011 James Stazicker Visual Attention as a Source of Knowledge
2009 James Genone Appearance as Reality: Direct Realism and Perceptual Error
2009 Josh Sheptow Coordination and Exclusion: Two Problems of Mental Causation
2009 Jennifer Smalligan Explanation and Belief in David Hume’s A Treatise of Human Nature
2009 John Schwenkler Space and Self-Awareness