Justin is a Birmingham Fellow and an Honorary Research Fellow at Monash University. He specializes in metaethics, epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophy of mathematics. You can find more information about him from his personal webpage.
2005 - 2011 PhD. Philosophy, New York University
2001 - 2005 B.A. Philosophy/Mathematics, New College of Florida
Before joining the Birmingham philosophy department, Justin taught at Monash University from 2011-2013. In October 2012, he was Visiting Scholar at the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne. He received his Ph.D. from NYU in 2011.
Time, Self, and Mind (with Josh May), 2012
Introducing Logic (with Monima Chadha), 2012
Life, Death, and Morality (with Toby Handfield), 2012
Metaphysics: Meta-Modality, 2012
Thesis Preparation Seminar, 2012
Justin is happy to supervise postgraduates in ethics, metaethics, epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophies of mathematics and logic.
Justin’s research centers on metaphysical and epistemological problems surrounding traditionally a priori domains such as morality, modality, mathematics, and logic. His current interests include:
Debunking arguments, the Benacerraf-Field challenge, and their relationship
The reality, determinacy, and significance of metaphysical possibility
The semantic and epistemological significance of disagreement
Foundational problems with platonism in metaphysics
Revisionary theories of moral responsibility
Logic and the foundations of mathematics